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  • Non-Renunciation: Themes and Interpretation of Hindu Culture.
    Madan, T.N. (1996)
    New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

    Focuses on Householder religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Hindu, India; Householder; India
  • Sozialgeschichtlicher Hintergrund und ekklesiologische Relevanz der neutestamentlich-frühchristlichen Haus- und Gemeinde-Tafelparänese--ein Betrag zur Soziologie des Frühchristentums.
    Laub, Franz (1986)
    Münchener theologische Zeitschrift 37: 249-271.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Household
  • The Household of God: The Social World of the Pastoral Epistles.
    Verner, David C. (1983)
    Chico, California: Scholars Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Household; Early Christian; Stratification
  • Householder and Wanderer.
    Heesterman, J.C. (1981)
    Contributions to Indian Sociology 15: 251-271.

    Associated Search Terms: Life cycle; Renouncer; Hindu, India; India; Householder
  • Householders and Renouncers in the Brahmanical and Buddhist Traditions.
    Tharpar, Romila (1981)
    Contributions to Indian Sociology NS 15: 273-298.

    Associated Search Terms: India; Buddhist, India; Hindu, India; Householder; Renouncer
  • The Social Pattern of Christian Groups in the First Century. Some Prolegomena to the Study of New Testament Ideas of Social Obligation.
    Judge, Edwin A. (1960)
    London: Tyndale.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Polis; Household; Network
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