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The Background of Adult Education in
Marginality and the Religious Institution 87
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acceptance activities administrative adult education affiliation American American Baptist Convention authority Baptist Church Bay Area churches become bureaucratic C. H. Dodd Chapter character characteristics Christ Christian education church school church-sect typology churchmen clergy clergyman confidential interview congregation contemporary Council of Churches cultural denominational distinctive ecumenical ecumenical movement educa educational program embodiment emerged Ernst Troeltsch Eugene Carson Blake fact frequently functions Ibid indicated individual insti interdenominational interest Jesus laity laymen leaders leadership ligious marginality meet membership minister ministry needs and problems nine Bay Area offices organization organizational structure patterns Philip Selznick polity preaching Presbyterian Church U.S.A. program of adult Protestantism purpose rationale recruitment relationship religion religious enterprise religious institution response Richard Niebuhr role sect secular Selznick seminary significant small groups social stratification society sociological sources sponsorship staff status stratification Sunday morning teaching tend theological tion tional tution worship service