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  • Tradition, Power, and Allegory: Constructions of the Past in Two Danish Religious Movements.
    Buckser, Andrew S. (1995)
    Ethnology 34:4: 257-272.

    As 19th century rural society disintegrated, Grundtvigianism organized a church voice for the rural farmers while Inner Mission offered them an introversionist withdrawal.

    Associated Search Terms: Grundtvigian, Denmark; Denmark, Mors Island; Inner Mission, Denmark; Rural; Lutheran, Denmark; Introversion; Activism
  • Political Oppression in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature: A Social-Scientific Approach.
    Esler, Philip Francis (1993)
    Listening. Journal of Religion and Culture 28;3: 181-199.

    Overview of Jewish & Christian apocalyptic, & comparisons with parallel phenomena.

    Associated Search Terms: Millenarian; Millennial; Apocalyptic; Introversion; Jewish; Early Christian
  • Démoins de Jéhovah et Étudiants de la Bible. Qui est schismatique?
    Rogerson, Alan T. (1977)
    Social Compass 24:1: 33-43.

    Analyzes schisms after Russell's death. The Pastoral Bible Institute was introversionist; the Laymen's Home Missionary Movement charismatic. Rutherford's Watch Tower Society/Jehovah's Witnesses evangelistic, the Dawn Bible Student Assn. denominational.

    Associated Search Terms: Jehovah´s Witness; Charisma; Proselytizing; Schism; Introversion; Sect
  • Sectarian Commitment and Withdrawal.
    Zinser, Raymond D. (1963)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.

    Associated Search Terms: Introversion; Sectarianism; Reorganized Latter-day Saints
  • Temperament and Religious Experience.
    Sward, Keith (1931)
    Journal of Social Psychology 2: 374-396.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from a Catholic seminary in the U.S. Midwest; compares to Dartmouth & University of Minnesota students, University of Minnesota faculty, & St. Paul businessmen. The seminarians showed more introversion & inferiority attitudes.

    Associated Search Terms: Seminarians; Inferiority attitudes; Introversion; Catholic, U.S.A.
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