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Conservative Protestantism And Support For Corporal Punishment

C. Ellison, D. Sherkat
Published 1993 · Sociology

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L'A. cherche a determiner en quoi le protestantisme conservateur constitue un support ou un fondement aux châtiments corporels. Il part de la constatation que l'aile droite de cette confession chretienne tolere de facon disproportionnee ce genre de pratiques. Il tente de demontrer que cette attitude est liee a trois composantes de l'ideologie religieuse : une acceptation de la doctrine biblique dans sa litteralite, la conviction que la nature humaine, y compris celle des jeunes enfants, est pecheresse de facon inherente, la croyance que le peche de l'homme reclame punition
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