Talking the talk

May 2000
Christian Century;05/03/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 14, p497
Presents the result of a study conducted by Purdue University on how parents influenced the religious beliefs of students. Recommendations to parents; Methodology; Parent-child relationship.


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