Ph.D. thesis The Quest for Equilibrium in an Established Sect; a Study of Social Change in the General Conference Mennonite Church
Bound Ph.D. thesis written by Leland David Harder: The Quest for Equilibrium in an Established Sect; a study of social change in the General Conference Mennonite Church, written in 1962 in Evanston, Illinois for Northwestern University.
- Harder, Leland, 1926- (Person)
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Author seeks to "understand and explain" the way religions sects develop and change. The growth and development of early Mennonitism in America is examined, as well as subsequent changes from the middle 1800's to contemporary times.
RH MS D93
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Gift, Leland David Harder, ca.1963.
368 pages, 28cm, includes appendix and bibliography
- Guide to the Leland David Harder Collection
- Ph.D. thesis The Quest for Equilibrium in an Established Sect; a Study of Social Change in the General Conference Mennonite Church
- lgg 26 April 1973 mg 2004
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