- RELIGION--DOES IT DISRUPT THE STATE? BLAKELY, PAUL L. // America;8/22/1936, Vol. 55 Issue 20, p465
The author reflects on the statement made by Frank Kingdon of the University of Newark on the influence of religion on the society. He states Dr. Kingdom considers religion as the most powerful disruptive force in the community. The author believes religious belief educates man of his...
- EDITOR'S NOTE. // Real Simple;Dec2002, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p20
The article author speculates about people's and her own attitude towards religion and faith. The author's soul searching began this past fall, after she saw a documentary called "Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero." Filmmaker Helen Whitney examined how peopleâ€”atheists, agnostics, and members...
- Deal with it. Nettleton, Pamela Hill // U.S. Catholic;Feb2016, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p32
The article talks about the attitude of some of today's college students towards other people's belief. The author observed that a growing number of students in class resist any point of view that is not theirs, avoid encountering other perspectives, and believe that controversy in the classroom...
- Religious Doubt and Health: Exploring the Potential Dark Side of Religion. Krause, Neal; Wulff, Keith M. // Sociology of Religion;Spring2004, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p35
The purpose of this study is to test two hypotheses about the relationship between religious doubt and health. The first hypothesis specifies that people who have more doubts about their faith will be less satisfied with their health, and experience more symptoms of depression than individuals...
- Up for review. Buchanan, John M. // Christian Century;6/1/2004, Vol. 121 Issue 11, p3
Criticizes the integration of popular culture into religious belief in the context of modern society. Opinion on the popularity of "The Passion of the Christ," directed by Mel Gibson; List of recommended books on popular culture.
- Foreword by Dr. Peter McLaren. // Theory in Action;Jul2013, Vol. 6 Issue 3, preceding p1
A foreword to "Theory in Action" is presented.
- OPINION. // Boise Weekly;4/2/2014, Vol. 22 Issue 41, p4
A cartoon strip related to the religious beliefs of the corporations related to begining of life, eating habits, and living habits is presented.
- Enough is enough. Mairs, Nancy // Christian Century;06/18/97, Vol. 114 Issue 19, p593
Discusses the relationships between faith, perception of need, spending and a person's effort to earn. Dependence of abundance on perception; Biblical parables on abundance; Fear of deprivation related to faith.
- Doubling the wager. Garvey, John // Commonweal;1/13/95, Vol. 122 Issue 1, p9
States that doubting is an essential element of faith. Loss of eternity if Christianity is true; Taking a chance with real faith; Emotional risk in believing.