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"James J. Keene"
- Bahá'í World Faith: Redefinition of Religion, by James J. Keene, in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 6:2 (1967). Baha'is consistently differ from Jews and Christians in the structure of their religious behavior and its relation to personality. Only the Baha'is evidenced a "fully balanced" religious activity. Published Articles. [about]
- Religious Behavior and Neuroticism, Spontaneity, and Worldmindedness, by James J. Keene, in Sociometry, 30:2 (1967). Baha'is were included in a broad survey of religious thoughts and actions, and their attitudes statistically compared with followers of other faiths. Published Articles. [about]
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