ARDA Dictionary
  • Lord's Prayer:The most popular prayer in Christianity, and widely recited by Christians today. It comes from a passage in the Gospel According to Matthew, where Jesus' disciples ask him how to pray. It begins (in the King James Bible): "Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.. (Prothero 2008: 246-247).
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Religious Membership County Reports
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Citations
Citations are taken from the Sociology of Religion Searchable Bibliographic Database, created and updated by Anthony J. Blasi (Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Notre Dame; University of Texas at San Antonio). The ARDA is not responsible for content or typographical errors.
  • Expressing religious idenities in the workplace: Analyzing a neglected diversity dimension.
    Gebert, Diether, Sabine Boerner, Eric Kearney, James E. King, Jr., K. Zhang, and Lynda Jiwen Song. (2014)
    Human Relations 67:5: 543-563.

    Associated Search Terms: Conflict; Discrimination; Identity
  • Historical events and spaces of hate: Hate crimes against Arabs and Muslims in post-9/11 America.
    Disha, Ilir, James C. Cavendish, and Ryan D. King (2011)
    Social Problems 58:1: 21-46.

    Associated Search Terms: Criminology; Hate crimes; Prejudice, anti-Islamic
  • Historical events and spaces of hate: Hate crimes against Arabs and Muslims in post-9/11 America.
    Disa, Ilir, James C. Cavendish, and Ryan D. King (2011)
    Social Problems 58:1: 21-46.

    Associated Search Terms: Criminology; Islam, U.S.A.; Prejudice, anti-Islamic
  • The Influence of Family and Peers on Adolescent Religiousness.
    King, Pamela Ebstyne, James L. Furrow, and Natalie Roth (2002)
    Journal for Psychology and Christianity 21: 109-120.

    Associated Search Terms: Peers; Adolescents; Family
  • Church, Sect, and Scripture: The Protestant Bible and Mormon Sectarian Retrenchment.
    Mauss, Armand L., and Philip L. Barlow (1991)
    Sociological Analysis 52:4: 397-414.

    Since 1950 the Mormons have, contrary to the usual sect-to-church evolution, reversed an earlier trend toward assimilation by emphasizing their unique doctrines, including a distinctive canonization of the King James Version bible.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Typology; Mormon, U.S.A.
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Questions/Variables on Surveys
  • RDSCBBL from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined
    What translation of the Bible do you most often read? Is it the King James Version, New International Version, New American Bible, New Revised Standard Version, Living Bible or some OTHER version?

    0) Inapplicable
    1) King James Version
    2) New International Version
    3) New American Bible
    4) New Revised Standard Version
    5) Living Bible
    7) Reina Valera
    8) English Standard
    9) Catholic
    11) Good News
    12) Children's
    13) New World
    14) Amplified
    20) Old/New Testament
    30) Other
    98) Don't know
    99) No answer

  • BBLFAV1 from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined
    Do you have a favorite book of the Bible? Please name.

    0) Inapplicable
    1) Acts
    8) 1 Corinthians
    9) 2 Corinthians
    10) Daniel
    11) Deuteronomy
    12) Ecclesiastes
    14) Ephesians
    17) Exodus
    18) Ezekiel
    20) Galatians
    21) Genesis
    24) Hebrews
    26) Isaiah
    27) James
    28) Jeremiah
    30) Job
    32) John
    33) 1 John (Epistle)
    36) Jonah
    37) Joshua
    42) 1 Kings (3 Kingdoms)
    46) Luke
    52) Mark
    53) Matthew
    66) Philippians
    67) Proverbs
    68) Psalms
    69) Revelation
    70) Romans
    71) Ruth
    73) 2 Samuel (2 Kingdoms)
    74) Sirach
    75) Song of Songs
    82) Wisdom
    85) New Testament
    90) Other
    98) Don't know
    99) No answer

  • BIBLPEW1 from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2
    What translation? Remarks: This item was asked only if congregation reported having Bibles in the pews or chairs for people to use during worship service (BIBLPEW=1). BIBLPEW1 was coded from verbatim responses to this question.

    1) King James Version
    2) New King James Version
    3) Revised Standard Version
    4) New Revised Standard Version
    5) New American Bible (includes New American Bible, Revised)
    6) Catholic, other (includes Jerusalem Bible, lectionary, and missal)
    7) English Standard Version
    8) New Living Translation
    9) New American Standard Bible
    12) Good News Bible
    13) Reina-Valera (Spanish)
    19) New International Version (NIV), 1984
    20) Today's New International Version (TNIV)
    21) New International Version, not specified
    22) Holman Christian Standard Bible
    25) Other English translation of the Tanakh (includes Artscroll, Etz Hayim)
    26) Multiple translations
    27) Translation in other language (not English or Spanish)
    28) Other (includes American Standard, Common English Bible, Amplified, and unspecified or unclear)

  • BIBLE1 from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2
    From what translation? Remarks: This item was asked only if congregation reported reading from the Bible during the main service (RDBIBLE=1). BIBLE1 was coded from verbatim responses to this question.

    1) King James Version
    2) New King James Version
    3) Revised Standard Version
    4) New Revised Standard Version
    5) New American Bible (includes New American Bible, Revised)
    6) Catholic, other (includes Jerusalem Bible, lectionary, and missal)
    7) English Standard Version
    8) New Living Translation
    9) New American Standard Bible
    10) New World Translation
    11) The Message
    12) Good News Bible
    13) Reina-Valera (Spanish)
    14) La Biblia de las Américas (Spanish)
    15) La Biblia Latinoamericana (Spanish, includes Latin American Bible, Latino American Bible)
    16) Other or unspecified Catholic (Spanish)
    17) Nueva Version Internacional (Spanish)
    18) Spanish version, other
    19) New International Version (NIV), 1984
    20) Today's New International Version (TNIV)
    21) New International Version, not specified
    22) Holman Christian Standard Bible
    23) Original Hebrew
    24) Jewish Publication Society
    25) Other English translation of the Tanakh (includes Artscroll, Etz Hayim)
    26) Multiple translations
    27) Translation in other language (not English or Spanish)
    28) Other (includes American Standard, Common English Bible, Amplified, and unspecified or unclear)

  • RDSCBBL from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined - Instructional Dataset
    What translation of the Bible do you most often read? Is it the King James Version, New International Version, New American Bible, New Revised Standard Version, Living Bible or some OTHER version?

    1) King James Version
    2) New International Version
    3) New American Bible
    4) New Revised Standard Version
    5) Living Bible
    7) Reina Valera
    8) English Standard
    9) Catholic
    11) Good News
    12) Children's
    13) New World
    14) Amplified
    20) Old/New Testament
    30) Other

  • RDSCBBL from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined, (Inapplicable Responses Coded as Missing)
    What translation of the Bible do you most often read? Is it the King James Version, New International Version, New American Bible, New Revised Standard Version, Living Bible or some OTHER version?

    1) King James Version
    2) New International Version
    3) New American Bible
    4) New Revised Standard Version
    5) Living Bible
    7) Reina Valera
    8) English Standard
    9) Catholic
    11) Good News
    12) Children's
    13) New World
    14) Amplified
    20) Old/New Testament
    30) Other
    98) Don't know
    99) No answer

  • BBLFAV1 from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined - Instructional Dataset
    Do you have a favorite book of the Bible? Please name.

    1) Acts
    8) 1 Corinthians
    9) 2 Corinthians
    10) Daniel
    11) Deuteronomy
    12) Ecclesiastes
    14) Ephesians
    17) Exodus
    18) Ezekiel
    20) Galatians
    21) Genesis
    24) Hebrews
    26) Isaiah
    27) James
    28) Jeremiah
    30) Job
    32) John
    33) 1 John (Epistle)
    36) Jonah
    37) Joshua
    42) 1 Kings (3 Kingdoms)
    46) Luke
    52) Mark
    53) Matthew
    66) Philippians
    67) Proverbs
    68) Psalms
    69) Revelation
    70) Romans
    71) Ruth
    73) 2 Samuel (2 Kingdoms)
    74) Sirach
    75) Song of Songs
    82) Wisdom
    85) New Testament
    90) Other

  • BBLFAV1 from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined, (Inapplicable Responses Coded as Missing)
    Do you have a favorite book of the Bible? Please name.

    1) Acts
    8) 1 Corinthians
    9) 2 Corinthians
    10) Daniel
    11) Deuteronomy
    12) Ecclesiastes
    14) Ephesians
    17) Exodus
    18) Ezekiel
    20) Galatians
    21) Genesis
    24) Hebrews
    26) Isaiah
    27) James
    28) Jeremiah
    30) Job
    32) John
    33) 1 John (Epistle)
    36) Jonah
    37) Joshua
    42) 1 Kings (3 Kingdoms)
    46) Luke
    52) Mark
    53) Matthew
    66) Philippians
    67) Proverbs
    68) Psalms
    69) Revelation
    70) Romans
    71) Ruth
    73) 2 Samuel (2 Kingdoms)
    74) Sirach
    75) Song of Songs
    82) Wisdom
    85) New Testament
    90) Other
    98) Don't know
    99) No answer

  • BIBLPEW1 from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2 - Instructional Dataset
    What translation? Remarks: This item was asked only if congregation reported having Bibles in the pews or chairs for people to use during worship service (BIBLPEW=1). BIBLPEW1 was coded from verbatim responses to this question.

    1) King James Version
    2) New King James Version
    3) Revised Standard Version
    4) New Revised Standard Version
    5) New American Bible (includes New American Bible, Revised)
    6) Catholic, other (includes Jerusalem Bible, lectionary, and missal)
    7) English Standard Version
    8) New Living Translation
    9) New American Standard Bible
    12) Good News Bible
    13) Reina-Valera (Spanish)
    19) New International Version (NIV), 1984
    20) Today's New International Version (TNIV)
    21) New International Version, not specified
    22) Holman Christian Standard Bible
    25) Other English translation of the Tanakh (includes Artscroll, Etz Hayim)
    26) Multiple translations
    27) Translation in other language (not English or Spanish)
    28) Other (includes American Standard, Common English Bible, Amplified, and unspecified or unclear)

  • BIBLE1 from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2 - Instructional Dataset
    From what translation? Remarks: This item was asked only if congregation reported reading from the Bible during the main service (RDBIBLE=1). BIBLE1 was coded from verbatim responses to this question.

    1) King James Version
    2) New King James Version
    3) Revised Standard Version
    4) New Revised Standard Version
    5) New American Bible (includes New American Bible, Revised)
    6) Catholic, other (includes Jerusalem Bible, lectionary, and missal)
    7) English Standard Version
    8) New Living Translation
    9) New American Standard Bible
    10) New World Translation
    11) The Message
    12) Good News Bible
    13) Reina-Valera (Spanish)
    14) La Biblia de las Américas (Spanish)
    15) La Biblia Latinoamericana (Spanish, includes Latin American Bible, Latino American Bible)
    16) Other or unspecified Catholic (Spanish)
    17) Nueva Version Internacional (Spanish)
    18) Spanish version, other
    19) New International Version (NIV), 1984
    20) Today's New International Version (TNIV)
    21) New International Version, not specified
    22) Holman Christian Standard Bible
    23) Original Hebrew
    24) Jewish Publication Society
    25) Other English translation of the Tanakh (includes Artscroll, Etz Hayim)
    26) Multiple translations
    27) Translation in other language (not English or Spanish)
    28) Other (includes American Standard, Common English Bible, Amplified, and unspecified or unclear)

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