The Function of Religious Chapel in the Religious Adjustment of Students at the University of Redlands
Religion, religious practice, Redlands, students, chapel attendance
Comparative Methodologies and Theories | Religion | Religious Education | Social and Behavioral Sciences
The problem of this study is to discover the function of religious chapel convocations in the religious adjustment of students at the University of Redlands.
Religious adjustment is a subjective, personal matter, which lies primarily in the interest sphere of religion and theology. It is assumed in this study that every individual must, at some time in his development toward social and intellectual maturity, develop a unique religious adjustment which is characteristic of that one individual.
Department 1 Awarding Honors Status
Molnar, C. (1955). The Function of Religious Chapel in the Religious Adjustment of Students at the University of Redlands (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/276