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  • Neoorthodoxie--eine religiöse Intellektuellen strömung im heitigen Griechenland.
    Makrides, Vasilios N. (1989)
    In Peter Antes and Donate Pahnke (eds.) Die Religion von Oberschichten: Religion, Profession, Intellektuelismus. Marburg: Diagonal-Verlag.

    Focuses on a progressive intellectual movement in dialogue with younger Greek Orthodox theologians.

    Associated Search Terms: Greek Orthodox, Greece; Change; Theologian; Greece
  • Are There Two Catholicisms?
    Johnson, Byron R., Dennis M. Doyle, and Michael H. Barnes (1989)
    Sociological Analysis 49;4: 430-439.

    Compares beliefs of professional Catholic theologians in North America with those of parishioners in Dayton, Ohio; there were differences, but not a polarization.

    Associated Search Terms: Theologian; Belief; Catholic, North America; United States, Ohio, Dayton
  • L'Institution de la Théologie: Essai sur la Situation du Théologien.
    Dumont, Fernand (1987)
    Montréal: Fides.

    Associated Search Terms: Theologian
  • Religion als Beruf.
    Marhold, Wolfgang, et al. (1977)
    Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.

    Associated Search Terms: Clergy; Theologian; Vocation
  • Berufspositionen und Berufsvorstellungen promovierter katholischer Laientheologen.
    Bindereif, Elisabeth (1971)
    In Günter Dux, Thomas Luckmann, and Joachim Matthes (eds.), Internationales Jahrbuch für Religionssoziologie 7. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, pp. 212-251.

    1969 interview data from lay doctors of theology in West Germany, on their occupational experience, 1954-69.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Germany; Germany, West; Theologian
  • The Sacred School," and "Religious Scholars."
    Znaniecki, Florian (1968)
    In Florian Znaniecki, The Social Role of the Man of Knowledge. New York: Harper Torchbooks, pp. 91-98 and 98-117.

    Articulates a general sociology of scholars whose knowledge is an end in itself rather than some practical potential.

    Associated Search Terms: Theologian; Scholar
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