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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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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,
  • 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
  • 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-
  • calls for evolutionary scientists to study religious diversity using a “cultural ecosystem approach,” where religious communities are treated as “functionally organizational units” that cooperate,
  • 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
  • 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
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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
  • political scientist Ryan Burge looks at figures on frequent attenders across the conservative-moderate-liberal church spectrum and their social and political preferences. Overall, Trump won 83.2 percent
  • this development is uneven across Orthodox churches worldwide and still not receiving an official stamp of approval. That was the conclusion of scholars, women religious, and activists at an October conference