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by Mark Chaves,Sharon L. Miller

eBook Financing American Religion download ISBN: 0761990372
Author: Mark Chaves,Sharon L. Miller
Publisher: AltaMira Press (November 12, 1998)
Language: English
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Financing American Religion. Chaves and Miller provide a well-integrated, systematic, cohesive, and unified discussion of various aspects of religious financing.

Financing American Religion. ISBN-13: 978-0761990376. Laura Vance, (Georgia Southwestern State University) Nova Religio: The Journal Of Alternative And Emergent Religions).

By Mark Chaves, Sharon L. Miller. Pages displayed by permission of Rowman Altamira.

Sociologists, historians, economists, and theologians ask who gives, how much, and why. They investigate how money moves and how it affects religious organizational behavior. And throughout they explore how attitudes toward money have altered over time. Religious leaders and scholars of American religion will welcome this much-needed volume. By Mark Chaves, Sharon L.

CHAVES (Mark), MILLER (Sharon ., ed. Financing American Religion. Nicolas de Bremond d’Ars.

Financing American Religion book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Financing American Religion as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Money always has been a subject of deep concern for religious.

Mark Chaves, associate professor of sociology at the University of Arizona, and Sharon Miller, a doctoral candidate in sociology at the University of Notre Dame, have gathered essays by such prominent scholars as Dean Hoge, John and Sylvia Ronsvalle, Robert Wuthnow, Loren Mead and John.

Mark Chaves, associate professor of sociology at the University of Arizona, and Sharon Miller, a doctoral candidate in sociology at the University of Notre Dame, have gathered essays by such prominent scholars as Dean Hoge, John and Sylvia Ronsvalle, Robert Wuthnow, Loren Mead and John Mulder. The essays will stimulate discussion, since the writers' assessments of the state of religion and money in the contemporary . Their practical orientation also makes the essays valuable.

Publishing Symposium. Congregations in America. Chaves, Mark, and Sharon L. Miller, eds.

Financing American Religion Walnut Creek, CA, AltaMira Press/Sage Publications, 1999, 196 . ISO 690. de Bremond D’Ars Nicolas, CHAVES (Mark), MILLER (Sharon .

Financing American Religion Walnut Creek, CA, AltaMira Press/Sage Publications, 1999, 196 p. by Nicolas de Bremond d’ars. Walnut Creek, (C., AltaMira press/Sage publications, 1999, 196 p. , Archives de sciences sociales des religions, 2000/2 (No 110), p. 15-15. MLA. de Bremond D’Ars, Nicolas. CHAVES (Mark), MILLER (Sharon . To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate

Books and monographs. with Dennis R. Young) Educating Managers of Nonprofit Organizations. Religious Nonprofits in California. In Mark Chaves and Sharon L. Miller (ed., Financing American Religion. Walnut Creek, C. Alta Mira Press, 1999, pp. 131-137.

Books and monographs. New York: Praeger, 1988. The Third America: The Emergence of the Nonprofit Sector in the United States. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1989. Ethics in Nonprofit Management: A Collection of Cases.

Money always has been a subject of deep concern for religious leaders. In recent decades, however, this perennial concern has taken on a new urgency as a crisis situation is perceived. Financing American Religion brings together short, readable essays representing the best, most up-to-date research and thinking on the intersections of money and religion. Sociologists, historians, economists, and theologians ask who gives, how much, and why. They investigate how money moves and how it affects religious organizational behavior. And throughout they explore how attitudes toward money have altered over time. Religious leaders and scholars of American religion will welcome this much-needed volume.