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  • American Behavioral Scientist, http://journals.sagepub.com/home/abs) Remnant Church emerges as bearer of Mormon restoration With its headquarters close to the Independence Temple and the headquarters
  • Salguero concludes that scientists need to study the effects of these practices just as much as they have focused on meditation. (Tricycle, http://tricycle.org/) 3 ReligionWatch Vol. 31, No. 8
  • of exorcism in the Catholic Church has been growing worldwide, with the U.S. being no exception, according to a report in The Atlantic (December). Both belief in demonic possession 2 ReligionWatch
  • with an impact on Muslim communities worldwide. (Culture et politique arabes -http://cpa.hypotheses.org; The Straits Times, http://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/creating-frankenstein-
  • Christian Solidarity Worldwide). She adds that how they will contribute shaping future legislation will be a test of Christianity’s influence on society. The latest issue of Hinduism Today magazine
  • cal s for evolutionary scientists to study religious diversity using a “cultural ecosystem approach,” where religious communities are treated as “functional y organizational units” that cooperate,
  • thereby strengthening local congregations worldwide. In each local congregation, the leadership would be consolidated and simplified. Another change cut the paperwork and bureaucracy surrounding the
  • the contributors, mostly political scientists, do not share any consensus about what 2016 really means for evangelical politics. A chapter by Djupe and Brian Calfano suggests that the gap between lay
  • political actors. Political scientist Jonathan Fox opens the issue with a survey of how state religion policies are becoming more common throughout the world, with only a smal minority of countries
  • political scientist Paul Djupe estimates that the United Methodists stand to lose more members and clergy than did the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) in its schism of a decade ago, when
  • grown to “tens of thousands” worldwide, as ex-Christians encounter forms of Jewish learning online. The movement has gained currency especially among those attracted to Judaism in the developing
  • Political scientist Jonathan Fox opens the issue with a survey of how state religion policies are becoming more common throughout the world, with only a small minority of countries making no changes in
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    scientists” or “ascetic-scientists;” ancient saints are alleged to have become aware of quantum mechanics long before modern science was born, for instance. Such views have become widespread among
  • the contributors, mostly political scientists, do not share any consensus about what 2016 really means for evangelical politics. A chapter by Djupe and Brian Calfano suggests that the gap between lay
  • calls for evolutionary scientists to study religious diversity using a “cultural ecosystem approach,” where religious communities are treated as “functionally organizational units” that cooperate,