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Institutions: Church

The Institutional Organization of Churches

Antisemitism and the Institutional Catholic Church

From the Jesus Movement toward Institutional Church

Continuity and Change in the Institutional Church

Liberal Piety, Social Reform, and the Institutional Church

Revisiting Religious Power: The Korean Evangelical Church as a Disciplinary Institution

The Catholic Church and Politics: Historical and Institutional Background

An English Institution? The Colonial Church of England in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century

The Role of the Catholic Church and Other Religious Institutions in the Guatemalan Peace Process, 1980–1996

BOOTH, William (1829 - 1912), General and Commander-in-Chief of Salvation Army and director of its social institutions for destitute, vicious, and criminal classes; formerly Minister of the New Connection Church

LANKESTER, Edwin Ray (1847 - 1929), Hon. Fellow of Exeter College and Hon. Student of Christ Church, Oxford; Emeritus Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy in the University of London; President of British Association, York, 1906; Fullerian Professor of Physiology and Comparative Anatomy in the Royal Institution of London, 1898–1900

CHEETHAM, Anthony Kevin (born 1946), Goldsmiths’ Professor of Materials Science, University of Cambridge, since 2008 (Professor of Materials Science, 2007–08); Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge, 2007–14; Professor of Solid State Chemistry, Royal Institution, 1986–2007; Emeritus Student, Christ Church, Oxford, since 1991

 

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1. early medieval;2. medieval;3. post‐Reformation;4. Presbyterian Church and factions, 1649–1690;5. Presbyterian Church and denominations, post‐1690;6. Highlands.

1. early medieval;

2. medieval;

3. post‐Reformation;

4. Presbyterian Church and factions, 1649–1690;

5. Presbyterian Church and denominations, post‐1690;

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