Glenn M. Vernon

Glenn Vernon, whose text on the sociology of religion was published by McGraw-Hill in 1962, is head of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Maine. He serves as Sunday School teacher and chorister in the LDS branch in Bangor.

Religion In Its Social Setting | Thomas F. O’Dea, The Sociology of Religion

Articles/Essays – Volume 01, No. 3

The Mormon who reads a text on the sociology of religion such as this one by Thomas F. O’Dea of Columbia University, formerly of the University of Utah, will better appreciate the book if he…

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Racial Integration and the Church — A Comparative Note

Articles/Essays – Volume 02, No. 2

The Mormon position on certain racial issues is being given attention in the popular press and has become a matter of concern to various segments of the whole nation—Mormon and non-Mormon alike. There is a…

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