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         Sociology Of Religion:     more books (100)
  1. Religion in Society: A Sociology of Religion (8th Edition) by Ronald L. Johnstone, 2006-02-15
  2. Sociology of Religion: A Reader by Susanne C. Monahan, William A. Mirola, et all 2000-09-29
  3. Sociology of Religion: Contemporary Developments by Kevin J. Christiano, 2002-01-15
  4. Handbook of the Sociology of Religion
  5. Invitation to the Sociology of Religion by Phil Zuckerman, 2003-07-28
  6. The Sociology of Religion by Max Weber, 1993-04-15
  7. An Introduction to the Sociology of Religion: Classical And Contemporary Perspectives by Inger Furseth, Pal Repstad, 2006-09-30
  8. The SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Religion
  9. Religion and the Secular: Historical and Colonial Formations
  10. The Blackwell Companion to Sociology of Religion (Blackwell Companions to Religion)
  11. The Western Construction of Religion: Myths, Knowledge, and Ideology by Daniel Dubuisson, 2007-11-27
  12. A Sociology of Spirituality (Theology and Religion in Interdisciplinary Perspective Series in Association With the Bsa Sociology of Religion Study Group)
  13. The Sociology of Religion: Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives by Malcol Hamilton, 2001-09-21
  14. The Sociology of Religion (BSA New Horizons in Sociology) by Grace Davie, 2007-05-09

1. Association For The Sociology Of Religion
International scholarly association that seeks to advance theory and research inthe sociology of religion.
The Association for the Sociology of Religion (ASR) is an international scholarly association that seeks to advance theory and research in the sociology of religion. Formed in 1938 as the American Catholic Sociological Society, ASR traces its roots to scholars in search of a hospitable place for both empirical study and social criticism animated by the social teachings of the church. Our 700+ members come from all continents of the world, and their interests and perspectives are just as diverse and global. The Association encourages and communicates research that ranges widely across the multiple themes and approaches in the study of religion, and is a focal point for comparative, historical and theoretical contributions to the field. In addition, the Association facilitates the sharing of members’ interests with sociologists in other associations and scholars of religion in other disciplines. 2006 Call for Papers Learn More About the ASR Apply for ASR Membership Annual ASR Lectures, Research Grants, and Student Paper Awards ... Links: Other Societies and Pages of Interest Contact the ASR Office
William H. Swatos, Jr., Ph.D., Executive Officer

2. Association For The Sociology Of Religion
International scholarly association that seeks to advance theory and research in the sociology of religion.

3. Sociology Of Religion A Quarterly Review The Association S
International in scope, sociology of religion is widely read by scholars spreadthroughout the Editor sociology of religion Department of Sociology
Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review T he Association's quarterly review is the only English language publication devoted exclusively to the sociology of religion. It carries a broad range of articles on theoretical and empirical issues and has distinguished itself as a forum for scholarship in the classic tradition of comparative, historical and theoretical work. Recent topics addressed in the journal include:
  • Spirituality and Community Religion in Multicultural Societies Religion and Democracy in Churches and States
International in scope, Sociology of Religion is widely read by scholars spread throughout the world. Some 800 libraries regularly receive this journal. Inquiries concerning manuscripts should be addressed to: Professor David Yamane
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4. Religion Online
Topics include Old and New Testament, Theology, Ethics, History and sociology of religion, Communication and

5. Weberian Sociology Of Religion
Max Weber is the real founder of sociology and the sociology of religion. This is the main project of Weberian sociology of religion Homepage.
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Max Weber's Approach to Religion Max Weber is the real founder of sociology and the sociology of religion. His conceptions, analyses and constructs have a universal significance in the history of science.
Max Weber's Texts
This is the main project of Weberian Sociology of Religion Homepage . The goal is to make Weber's texts available all over the world. Some of them are a HTML edition of a printed text, and some of them are entirely revised edition by Moriyuki Abukuma.
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Basic Concepts in Sociology Translated by H. P. Secher; The Citadel Press, 1962
The Theory of Social and Economic Organization
Translated by Talcott Parsons; Oxford University Press, 1947
The Rational and Social Foundations of Music
Translated by Don Martindale, Gertrude Neuwirth and Johannes Riedel; Southern Illinois University Press, 1958

6. Sociology Of Religion At Hartford Institute
Home sociology of religion About the Field This section contains a brief description of the discipline of sociology of religion.

7. Sociology Of Religion
The sociology of religion by Max Weber Table of Contents (A) ORIGINS OF RELIGION (A.1)Primordial Notions Of Religion (A.1.a) Viewpoint (A.1.b) Thisworldly
The Sociology of Religion by Max Weber Table of Contents (A) ORIGINS OF RELIGION (A.1) Primordial Notions Of Religion (A.1.a) Viewpoint (A.1.b) This-worldly Orientation (A.1.c) Magic (A.1.d) Charisma (A.1.e) Belief in Spirits (A.1.f) Ecstasy and Orgy (A.1.g) Soul and Supernatural Power (A.2) Symbolism (A.2.a) Fear of Soul (A.2.b) Displacement of Naturalism (A.2.c) Spread of Symbolism (A.2.d) Stereotyping Effect (A.2.e) Transitions (A.2.f) Mythological Analogy (A.3) Concepts Of God (A.3.a) Enduring Being (A.3.b) Pantheon (A.3.c) Roman Gods (A.3.d) Gods of Economy (A.3.e) Earthly and Heavenly Gods (A.3.f) Specialization of Gods (A.3.g) Gods of Household (A.3.h) Political God (A.3.h.1) God of Israel (A.3.h.2) Local God and Foreign God (A.3.h.3) City-state God (A.3.h.4) Bands and God (A.3.i) Monotheism (A.3.i.1) Primary God (A.3.i.2) Divine Order (A.3.i.3) Universalism (B) EMERGENCE OF RELIGION (B.1) Religion And God (B.1.a) Coercion of God (B.1.b) Worship Of God (B.1.b.1) Prayer (B.1.b.2) Sacrifice (B.1.c) Definition Of Religion (B.2) Priest (B.2.a) Cult (B.2.b) Enterprise (B.2.c) Doctrine (B.2.d) Sociological Definition (B.3) Development Of The Notion Of Supernatural (B.3.a) Demonstration Of Power (B.3.b) Attribute of Failure

8. Online Articles By Sociologists Of Religion
This collection of links offers access to many sociology of religion articles available on the web. Articles are listed by author's last name.

9. World Religions Religion Statistics Geography Church Statistics is a growing collection of church membership and religion adherent statistics. Over 44 000 statistics for over 4 300 faith groups from

An annotated selection of sociological resources on religion (Western, Easternand Alternative) and atheism. Editor Albert Benschop (Univ. of Amsterdam).
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Western Religions The Bible Christianity
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Western Religions The Bible
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    Search the Bible in nine languages and multiple Bible versions. A service of the Gospel Communications Network (GCN). In German, Swedish, Latin, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Tagalog, Norwegian and English. What The Bible Says About...
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  • Bible links Christian Biblical Studies and Research on New Testament of the Bible.
  • An attempt to place the entire resources of Scripture in all languages on the WWW. You will not only find the old King James Bible but also the Net Bible (even for your PalmPilot). And then there are online Bibles in many languages.
  • Virtual Christianity: Bibles A collection of links to bibles in different languages. Editor: Stephen Adkins.

11. Virtual Religion Index
Large link collection from Rutgers University, categorised by religion. Also includes resources for ancient religions, archaeology, philosophy, sociology of religion, and psychology of religion.
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12. Religion Gateway - Academic Info
Directory of Internet resources. Includes categories for specific faiths, world regions, alternative spirituality, and the relation of religion to

13. Sociology Of Religion At Hartford Institute
The Institute s work is guided by a disciplined understanding of the interrelationshipbetween the inner life and resources of American religious
About the Field
This section contains a brief description of the discipline of Sociology of Religion.
Professional Associations
A listing of academic associations and societies with connections to the sociology of religion can be found in this section.
Sociologists of Religion
This section supplies links to web sites of many sociologists of religion (both current and historic).
Online Syllabi
Find links to web-based syllabi of professors teaching sociology of religion.
Online Articles
This section offers links to articles written by sociologists of religion.
Research Resources
This section offers a variety of diverse links to census information, surveys of religion beliefs and attitudes, research institutes, and other resources to facilitate the scientific study of religion.
Search our bibliography of recommended books and articles in the field of sociology of religion. Practical Resources for Sociologists - A section designed to offer tips on a variety of subjects including presentation skills, interacting with the media, and job searching for sociologists of religion.
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14. American Religion Data Archive
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15. Home Page Of The Religious Research Association
An interfaith and international association focusing on the intersection of religion and society.

16. SOSIG: Sociology Of Religion
sociology of religion, Editor University of Surrey. You are here Home Sociology sociology of religion. About SOSIG What s new. in Sociology
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17. American Religious Experience At WVU
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19. Journals In Sociology Of Religion
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20. Religious Movements Homepage: The Old Catholics
Part of the Religious Movements Homepage. Written by a college student in a sociology of religion course. Historical and doctrinal profile of Old Catholics, and a bibliography.
Old Roman Catholics
I. Group Profile
  • Name: Old Catholics/ Old Roman Catholics
  • Founder: Cornelius Jansen
  • Date of Birth/Death:
  • Year Founded: Established in 1871 with the Declaration of Catholic Congress at Munich.
  • History The Old Catholics arrival is fairly recent in theUnited States when compared to their involvement in Europe; many first generation Old Catholics in America are still active in their congregations, while the history of the Old Catholics begins in Europe a few centuries ago. Some argue the basic beliefs and motivations of Old Catholicism began in the sixteenth century with Cornelius Jansen and the incidents at Port Royal. Cornelius Jansen (1585-1638) believed that after the time of St. Augustine, the Catholic Church began to decline in practice and beliefs. Abbe de St. Cyran (1581-1641) also agreed with Jansen and claimed only the Port Royal Community in France with their extremely conservative lifestyle were the true devotees of Catholicism. In turn, the community lost the support of friends and Pope Clement XI. On September 8, 1713 the Pope issueda bill called "Unigentius" which contained the misconduct of Jansen's teachings and punishments for following these teachings. Many fled to Protestant Holland where they were received although the Protestants had more serious issues and concerns of their own and they did not fully agree with the credence of Jansen. The common thread they shared that bonded them was their antipathy for the Jesuits.
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