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by Gary Shepherd,Gordon Shepherd

  • Author: Gary Shepherd,Gordon Shepherd
  • ISBN: 0874802334
  • ISBN13: 978-0874802337
  • ePub: 1922 kb | FB2: 1428 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Religious Studies
  • Publisher: Univ of Utah Pr; No Additional Printings Stated edition (May 1, 1984)
  • Pages: 307
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A Kingdom Transformed: Themes in the Development of Mormonism ePub download

Gordon Shepherd (Author), Gary Shepherd (Author).

Gordon Shepherd (Author), Gary Shepherd (Author).

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Sociologists Gordon and Gary Shepherd believe that leader rhetoric is generally an accurate reflection of organizational and ideological change, especially in regard to Mormonism

Sociologists Gordon and Gary Shepherd believe that leader rhetoric is generally an accurate reflection of organizational and ideological change, especially in regard to Mormonism. Hoping to learn something about how the LDS church has changed and maintained itself, they made a detailed analysis of general conference addresses. The Shepherds divided Mormon history into five thirty-year periods beginning in 1830 and systematically recorded the themes and subthemes which appeared in each paragraph of each address sampled from conference records.

by Gordon Shepherd and Gary Shepherd. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780874802337. Release Date:May 1984.

Gordon Shepherd A Kingdom Transformed: Themes in the Development of Mormonism.

Through a case study of early Mormonism, this article addresses the question of how embattled new religions survive and may even flourish in the face of fierce and sustained opposition to their "heretical" beliefs and practices  . A Kingdom Transformed: Themes in the Development of Mormonism.

Cardell Jacobson, Gordon Shepherd, Gary Shepherd. Keywords: Kingdom Transformed, Development of Mormonism, Themes in the Development.

Gordon Shepherd is Professor of Sociology at the University of Central Arkansas Their books include A Kingdom Transformed: Themes in the Development of Mormonism (1984), Mormon Passage: a Missionary Chronicle (1998), Talking with th. .

Gordon Shepherd is Professor of Sociology at the University of Central Arkansas. where he teaches courses in statistics, social movements, social theory and the sociology of religion. Their books include A Kingdom Transformed: Themes in the Development of Mormonism (1984), Mormon Passage: a Missionary Chronicle (1998), Talking with the Children of God: Prophecy and Transformation in a Radical Religious Group (2010) and Binding Earth and Heaven: Patriarchal Blessings in the Prophetic Development of Early Mormonism (2012).

Shepherd, Gordon; Shepherd, Gary (1984), A Kingdom Transformed: Themes in the Development of Mormonism, Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, ISBN 0-87480-233-4. Shepherd, Gordon; Shepherd, Gary (June 1984), "Mormon Commitment Rhetoric", Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 23 (2): 129–39, doi:10. 2307/1386104, JSTOR 1386104.

Gordon and Gary Shepherd identify and elucidate these changes through .

Gordon and Gary Shepherd identify and elucidate these changes through statistical analysis of the rhetoric from General Conference proceedings in their book.

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