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Religiosity is associated with affective and immune status in symptomatic HIV-infected gay men.
This study examines the relationship between religiosity and the affective and immune status of 106 HIV-seropositive mildly symptomatic gay men (CDC stage B). All men completed an intake interview, aExpand
Religiosity is Associated with Affective Status in Symptomatic HIV-infected African-American Women
This study examined the relationship between religiosity and the affective and immune status of 33 HIV-seropositive mildly symptomatic African-American women (CDC stage B) in a replication of a priorExpand
Conversion to Christianity
The Bible and the People
The Bible in History: How the Texts Have Shaped the Times
No one can doubt that the Bible has exerted a tremendous influence on Western civilisation since the dawn of Christianity. But few of us have considered the precise nature of that influence inExpand
New Divinity School of the Prophets, 1750-1825: A Case Study in Ministerial Education.
Scholars have long recognized the Great Awakening (circa 1735-45) as an important moment in the history of American higher education. As increasing numbers of young men experienced conversion andExpand
A Field of Divine Wonders: The New Divinity and Village Revivals in Northwestern Connecticut, 1792–1822
It began as a trickle in 1792, but by century's end northwestern Connecticut was awash in revival. In 1799 Edward Dorr Griffin wrote that he could stand at his doorstep in Litchfield County andExpand
The New Divinity and Williams College, 1793-1836
The story is a familiar one, found in nearly every narrative text of American religious history. In the summer of 1806, five Williams College students met in a grove of trees to pray for divineExpand
The New Divinity and the Origins of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions1
  • D. Kling
  • History
  • Church History
  • 1 December 2003
The theological influence of the New Divinity in the formation and character of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM) is uncontested among scholars of American religiousExpand
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