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Stone--Jon R.

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1 Losing faith.
Public Relations News Release 1992:741, p.1
7/12/1993 Jon Stone explains the 25 percent decline in membership of the Presbyterian Church between 1960 and 1990.
2 What boomers believe.
Public Relations News Release 1992:690, p.1
6/7/1993 Jon Stone notes that many approximately 25% of baby boomers are returnees to religion, now that they have children.
3 Jon R. Stone
Campus News Network 3:17, p.3
5/3/1993 Publishes book on eschatology.
4 Similar scenarios.
Public Relations News Release 1992:567, p.1
4/26/1993 Jon Stone says both Jim Jones and David Koresh had tremendous control over their followers.
5 Sources
Public Relations News Release 1992:492, p.1
4/5/1993 Topics for discussion this week at UNI include; don't rush yard work, spring cleaning, and cults & popular religious movements.
6 A wacko in Waco?
Public Relations News Release 1992:412, p.1
3/15/1993 Jon Stone states that people that join cults are average everyday people.
7 So whose side is God on?
Public Relations News Release 1992:68, p.1
9/21/1992 Jon Stone predicts protests and rebellion among the more liberal Catholics if the issues of women in the priesthood and priests being allowed to married are not addressed.
8 "It's just a minor error in addition--God's even forgiven me already!"
Public Relations News Release 1991:486, p.1
3/23/1992 Jon Stone reports that Robert Tilton, a TV evangelist, is following in the footsteps of Jim Bakker and Jimmy Swaggart. Corruption in televangelism will continue as long as money from supporters keeps pouring in.
9 "Future of World Religion" topic of philosophy and religion forum Wednesday (February 13) at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1990:339, p.1
2/7/1991 The third UNI Philosophy and Religion Forum will be held February 13.

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