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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.


Case, Peter (2013) Cultivation of wisdom in the Theravada Buddhist tradition: implications for contemporary leadership and organization. In: Küpers, Wendelin, and Pauleen, David J., (eds.) Handbook of Practical Wisdom: leadership, organization and integral business practice. Practical Wisdom in Leadership and Organization Series, 1 . Gower, London, UK, pp. 65-78.

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.


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.


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.

Freier, Philip L. (1999) Living with the Munpitch: the history of Mitchell River Mission, 1905 - 1967. PhD thesis, James Cook University.


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.


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

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