Browsing Atlantic School of Theology by Author "Clarke, Jody"

Browsing Atlantic School of Theology by Author "Clarke, Jody"

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  • Macintyre, Bill (Atlantic School of Theology, 2017)
    This Phenomenological Research study is an examination of data revealed through the lens of persons with an addiction, who are in recovery. Through a series of one on one interviews, this study focuses on how persons with ...

  • Ratcliffe, Caitlin Emma Louise (Atlantic School of Theology, 2017)
    This qualitative research study examines the experience of young, single clergywomen in congregations across Canada. Because women have only been able to serve as ordained clergy in certain denominations in the last few ...

  • Burke-Cole, Kymberly (Atlantic School of Theology, 2012)
    Interviews were conducted with members from two United Church of Canada churches: one church participated in the liturgical practice of passing the peace regularly every Sunday in their worship while one church did not ...

  • Atwood, David William (Atlantic School of Theology, 2017)
    Churches mosques and synagogues are under pressure in an increasing secularized world. Where do such communities find a sense of identity and hope, and does it have anything to do with prayer? This grounded theory study ...

  • McNulty, Falen (Atlantic School of Theology, 2017)
    This ethnographic study looks at the links between non-attending Christians and their tattoos. Why did they get a religious tattoo? Does it have any connection to spirituality? What does it represent to them? This ...

  • Carras, Shirley Lorraine (Atlantic School of Theology, 2017)
    This qualitative research study explores the experience of ordained clergy living out their vocational calling in a team ministry setting. Using a two-point case study methodology, and an ethnographic approach, the data ...

  • Jones, Kate (Atlantic School of Theology, 2017)
    “Who Am I? Bi-Vocational Ministers and Pastoral Identity” is a Hermeneutic Phenomenological study that examines the experience of bi-vocational ministers in the United Church of Canada as they navigate their vocational ...