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- More Lutherans. // Time;8/4/1961, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p61
The article focuses on the spiritual condition and the trend of denominational group in the U.S. It stresses the annual statistical summary released by the National Lutheran Council depicting the growth of the North American Protestantism. It reveals the growth of the number of Lutherans to...
- QUIZZICAL CORNER. // Chartered Accountants Journal;Apr2013, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p8
The article presents a quiz titled 'What's in a name?' that focuses on famous names, popular culture, and pseudonyms.
- Evangelicke Kalendare V â€œDlouhemâ€ 19. Stoleti. Nespor, Zdenek R. // Cesky Lid: etnologicky casopis;2010, Vol. 97 Issue 2, p113
The almanacs represented an important source and constituent part of the popular culture in the â€œlongâ€ nineteenth century. The text focuses on the by now slightly studied almanacs of Czech Protestants and, as a supplement, also contains its register. First Protestant calendars were...
- IMÃGENES O PALABRAS. UNA VISIÃ“N PROTESTANTE DEL CATOLICISMO POPULAR. González Martínez, José Luis // Archives of Clinical Microbiology;2011, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p33
The author investigates the history of popular devoutness and its ties with Protestantism and the Catholic Church. This text's premise is to establish a greater understanding of Popular Catholicism as a protestant variant facing orthodoxy and dogma.
- THE 'DESERT' SOCIETY IN LANGUEDOC (1686-1704) AS POPULAR CULTURE AND THE ROOTS OF FRENCH QUAKERISM. Louis, Jeanne Henriette // Quaker Studies (Quaker Studies Research Association);Sep2004, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p54
The 'Desert' society in CÃ©vennes, Languedoc, was an offshoot of the persecution of French Protestants by Louis XIV. The clandestine assemblies that met in the ravines gave rise to lay ministry, as the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes (1685) had forced professional ministers to flee abroad....
- Conservative Lutherans organize after vote on gays. // Gay & Lesbian Times;10/1/2009, Issue 1136, p16
The article reports on the voting made by the Conservative members of the U.S. Lutheran on gay clergy.
- what does your screen name say about you? Connor, Katie L. // Cosmo Girl;Apr2008, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p90
This article explains the personality behind the online names used by teenage girls. When a girl uses her own name or her name with a number, it means that she is an straightforward girl that friends know they can always count on to tell the truth, the author said. She also said that using the...
- Here they stand. Kantzer, K.S. // Christianity Today;11/3/89, Vol. 33 Issue 16, p14
Editorial. Looks at the character of the Lutheran Church in the 20th century. Emphasis on education and the catechism; Distinctive qualities of Lutheran worship; Doctrinal emphasis.
- Book reviews. Ownby, Ted // Journal of American History;Jun97, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p285
Reviews the books `Icons of American Protestantism: The Art of Warner Sallman' edited by David Morgan, and `Material Christianity: Religion and Popular Culture in America,' by Colleen McDannell.