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  • Awesome Families. The Promise of Healing Relationships in the International Churches of Christ.
    Jenkins, Kathleen E. (2005)
    New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: International Churches of Christ; Family; Participant observation
  • Intimate Diversity: The Presentation of Multiculturalism and Multiracialism in a High-Boundary Religious Movement.
    Jenkins, Kathleen E. (2003)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 43:3: 393-409.

    Based on field studies of International Churches of Christ congregations, with comparisons to Baha'i & Peoples Temple. High boundary groups that are diverse offer greater exposure to intimate diversity, but in limited contradictory ways.

    Associated Search Terms: Parish; Diversity; Ethnic; Participant observation; Race; International Churches of Christ; Baha´i; Jonestown; Polity
  • The Role of Social Change in the Rise and Development of New Religious Groups in the Pacific Islands.
    Ernst, Manfred (1996)
    Münster: LIT-Verlag.

    Surveys the growth of evangelical & fundamentalist Christian churches in the South Pacific.

    Associated Search Terms: South Pacific; Campus Crusade for Christ; Wycliffe Bible Translators International; New Apostolic Church; Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee); Assemblies of God; Christian Fellowship Church; Jehovah´s Witness
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