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  • Comparison of Trends in Ten Denominations, 1950-75.
    Doyle, Ruth T., and Sheila M. Kelly (1979)
    In Dean R. Hoge and David A. Roozen (eds.), Understanding Church Growth and Decline 1950-1978. New York: Pilgrim Press, pp. 144-159.

    Associated Search Terms: Lutheran, Missouri Synod; United Church of Canada; Southern Baptist; Membership; Lutheran Church in America; United Church of Christ; Episcopal; United Methodist; Catholic, U.S.A.; United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.; American Lutheran Church
  • Church and Sect in Canada.
    Clark, S.D. (1948)
    Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

    Studies Canadian Methodism; shows high status laity promoting modernization & lowr classes becoming disaffected. Upper classes favored church-like religion & church unions; lower classes favored sect-like religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Ecumenism; Typology; Stratification; Methodist, Canada; Canada
  • The Religious Sect in Canadian Politics.
    Clark, S.D. (1945)
    American Journal of Sociology 51:3: 207-216. [Also in S.D. Clark, The Developing Canadian Community (Toronto: U. of Toronto Press, 1962) & B.R. Blishen et al. (eds.), Canadian Society, Sociological Perspectives, 3rd ed. (Toronto: Macmillan, 1971)]]

    Sects that merged into churches, not churches, inspired progressive politics: Baptists (N.S.), Methodists (Upper Canada), Bible Prophecy (Alberta).

    Associated Search Terms: Canada; Bible Prophecy movement, Canada; Politics, Canada; Methodist, Canada; Baptist, Canada; Sect
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