Disability and Religion: Studies and Overview | Publication List

Summary: Our data table below features 28 published articles, research papers, and documents from our Disability and Religion category. While certain items in the list may have undergone updates, rewrites, replacements, or revisions, the default order of the table below organizes data by descending publication date. However, you can search and sort the information by clicking on the column headers - data sorting requires JavaScript to be enabled in your browser.

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Disability and Religion Publications
Title of
Document
Publication
Type
Publish
Date
Updated / Revised
Predicting Science Denial Through Religious IntoleranceFindings2024/04/30
Claims of Anti-Christian Bias: A Cloaked Form of Racial Messaging?Informative2024/04/15
Places of Worship Linked to More Neighborhood CrimeSurvey / Analysis2023/03/092023/07/04
Abortion Opinions Tied to Religion and Race Views2023/02/102023/02/14
Teaching of Evolution Not Influenced by Religion in Schools2022/12/142023/07/04
Churches Must Diversify Usage or PerishSurvey / Analysis2022/11/152023/07/04
Religious Trauma Syndrome (RTS)Informative2022/09/302023/09/21
How Digital Religion is Shaping Millennial SpiritualityInformative2022/07/272023/07/04
Spirituality Equals Better Health Outcome and Patient Care2022/07/122023/01/04
The Basis of Antiscience Beliefs2022/07/112023/01/04
You Are Indispensable! God Needs YouOpinion Piece / Editorial2021/07/242023/09/13
God, Religion and the Socially Disconnected2021/06/132023/07/04
Religious Freedom Laws Linked to Poor Health in LGBT People2018/10/212021/06/13
Disabled God: Disability Ethics Research PaperResearch Paper2018/05/062023/07/19
Why We Believe in Gods: Religious Beliefs Not Linked to Rational ThinkingSurvey, Analysis2017/11/082024/05/31
Neurological Link Between Religious Experiences and Epilepsy2017/03/092021/06/13
Creation, Evolution, and the Handicapped: Crushing the Death ImageLiterature / Review2016/06/232024/04/15
The Delusional World of Man Made DeitiesOpinion Piece, Editorial2016/05/242024/06/03
Conflict Between Science and Religion is All in Our MindSystematic Review2016/03/242023/07/04
Muslims with Disabilities in UK, US and Canada2015/12/132021/06/13
Online Church for Deaf and Hard of Hearing2015/07/312021/08/07
Spirituality and Patient Recovery Time2014/11/102021/06/13
Mental Illness: Are Churches in the Dark?2014/05/122023/07/19
Loss of Faith and Family Struggles When Relative DyingResearch, Study, Analysis2013/02/182024/05/31
Face to Face with God by Jim Maxim2013/01/102021/12/30
U.S. Supreme Court Considers Religious Exception to Anti-Discrimination LawsAnnouncement2011/11/252024/05/31
Physicians Face Ethical Conflicts With Religious HospitalsResearch, Study, Analysis2010/04/092024/05/31
Faith Communities and Respite Care Fact SheetInformative2009/04/282024/05/31

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