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Adam, Raoul J. (2013) 'The Devil Wears Nada': The Simpsons and the demythologisation of the apocalypse. In: Ashton, James, and Walliss, John, (eds.) Small Screen Revelations: apocalypse in contemporary television. The Bible in the Modern World, 50 . Sheffield Phoenix Press, Sheffield, UK, pp. 179-202.

Adam, Raoul J. (2009) ‘Losing my Religion’: religious development and the dynamics of apostasy. In: Miner, Maureen, Proctor, Marie-Therese, and Dowson, Martin, (eds.) Spirituality in Australia: directions and applications. Australasian Centre for Studies in Spirituality, Roselands, NSW, NSW, pp. 36-57.

Adam, Raoul J. (2009) ‘Leaving the Fold’: apostasy from fundamentalism and the direction of religious development. Australian Religion Studies Review, 22 (1). pp. 42-63.

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Case, Peter, Höpfl, Heather, and Letiche, Hugo (2012) Belief and Organization. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK.

Case, Peter, and Gosling, Jonathan (2010) The spiritual organization: critical reflections on the instrumentality of workplace spirituality. Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion, 7 (4). pp. 257-282.

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Dunn, Rosemary (2008) Book review of "Interpreting Christian History. The Challenge of the Churches' Past" by Euan Cameron, Wiley-Blackwell, UK. Journal of Religious History, 32 (4). pp. 477-478.

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Floyd, Louise (2009) Book review of "God Actually: why God probably exists, why Jesus was probably divine, and why the 'rational' objections to religion are unconvincing" by Roy Williams, ABC Books. Hearsay, 33. pp. 1-3.

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Hall-Matthews, Anthony (2005) A remarkable venture of faith : an examination of the fiduciary relationship between the Anglican Church of Australia and the Missionary Diocese of Carpentaria. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Murphy, Peter (2012) Daniel Bell and the need for the sacred. Quadrant, 56 (1/2). pp. 38-42.

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