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Studying Local Churches

Helen CameronPhilip RichterDouglas James DaviesFrances Ward

Studying Local Churches

Helen CameronPhilip RichterDouglas James DaviesFrances Ward

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This practical handbook - aimed at final year undergraduates, Masters-level students, student ministers, church leaders and policy makers interested in local faith communities - guides readers through the various tools, methods of analysis and research skills needed for studying local churches. This resource takes full account of the UK context and is an ideal basis for students undertaking research projects and dissertations.

- Publisher This practical handbook guides readers through the various tools, methods of analysis and research skills needed for studying local churches. It is aimed at final year undergraduates, Masters level students, student ministers, church leaders and policy makers interested in local faith communities.

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About "Studying Local Churches"

This practical handbook - aimed at final year undergraduates, Masters-level students, student ministers, church leaders and policy makers interested in local faith communities - guides readers through the various tools, methods of analysis and research skills needed for studying local churches. This resource takes full account of the UK context and is an ideal basis for students undertaking research projects and dissertations.
- Publisher

This practical handbook guides readers through the various tools, methods of analysis and research skills needed for studying local churches. It is aimed at final year undergraduates, Masters level students, student ministers, church leaders and policy makers interested in local faith communities.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Helen Cameron

Helen Cameron is Public Affairs Officer for the Salvation Army and a Research Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Ecclesiology and Practical Theology

Douglas James Davies

Douglas James Davies, PhD., (University of Nottingham) M.Litt, D.Litt (Oxon) is Professor in the Study of Religion in the Department of Theology and Religion at the University of Durham. He is an authority in the history, theology and sociology of death. His fields of expertise also include anthropology, the study of religion, the rituals and beliefs surrounding funerary rites and cremation around the globe, and Mormonism. His research interests cover identity and belief, and Anglican leadership.

His published works include The Theology of Death, 2008, A Brief History of Death, 2005, Encyclopedia of Cremation, editor, 2005, An Introduction to Mormonism, 2003, Anthropology and Theology, 2002, Death, Ritual and Belief, 2002, Modern Christianity: Reviewing its Place in Britain Today, 2000, The Mormon Culture of Salvation, 2000, and Private Passions: Betraying Discipleship on the Journey to Jerusalem, 2000.

Frances Ward

Frances Ward is Dean of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich and is an inter-faith specialist. She was formerly a Canon of Bradford Cathedral.

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  • Catalogue Code 230801
  • Product Code 0334029600
  • EAN 9780334029601
  • Pages 288
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Church Life/issues
  • Publisher Scm Press
  • Publication Date Mar 2005
  • Sales Rank #18952
  • Dimensions 234 x 156 x 386 mm
  • Weight 0.022kg

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