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  • South Africa's Newest 'Jews.' The Moemedi Pentecostal Church and the Construction of Jewish Identity.
    Andersen, Nicole, and Scott London (2009)
    Nova Religio 13:1: 92-105.

    Associated Search Terms: Hebrew Christian; African Christian; South Africa, Johannesburg; Moemedi Pentecostal Church; Pentecostal, South Africa
  • The Jesus People: Fundamentalism and Changes in Factors Associated with Conservatism.
    Stones, Christopher R. (1978)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 17:2: 155-158.

    Studies English-speaking members of the Jesus movement in Johannesburg; conversion made them more biblically fundamentalist, less ecclesiastically fundamentalist, less conservative, less militarist, & less antihedonist.

    Associated Search Terms: Fundamentalist, South Africa; Jesus movement; South Africa, Johannesburg; Conversion
  • The Jesus People: Changes in Security and Life-style as a Function of Nonconformist Religious Influence.
    Stones, Christopher R. (1977)
    Journal of Social Psychology 97: 127-133.

    Studies Jesus movement members in Johannesburg.

    Associated Search Terms: Jesus movement; South Africa, Johannesburg
  • The Jesus People in South Africa. A Personal Encounter.
    Stones, Christophr R. (1977)
    Odyssey 1:5: 28-32.

    Studies Jesus movement members in Johannesburg.

    Associated Search Terms: South Africa, Johannesburg; Jesus movement
  • Differential Fertility Outlook and Patterns among Major Religious Groups in Johannesburg.
    Higgins, Edward (1964)
    Social Compass 11:1: 1-23.

    Associated Search Terms: Fertility; Denomination (organizational entity); South Africa, Johannesburg
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