RAMP Findings and Making Sense of the ’God Within Each Person, Rather than Out There’
mardi 20 janvier 2009 par Paul Heelas ; Dick Houtman
This research note provides selected ’belief’ data from the RAMP (Religious and Moral Pluralism) survey—data of an apparently arresting nature. The present discussion is primarily directed at offering several hypotheses to do with interpretations and explanations of the data. The overarching aim is to contribute to a research agenda which is of considerable significance for the sociological study of spirituality and religion, with profound implications for policy makers.
Published in Journal of Contemporary Religion, Volume 24, Issue 1 January 2009 , pages 83 - 98.