One is the possibility of rebellion, the hellion who rejected his parent's religion because of its strictness," said David Roozen, director of the Hartford Institute for Religion Research at Hartford Seminary in Connecticut, which was originally founded to train Congregationalist ministers.
What does HIRR stand for?
HIRR stands for Hartford Institute for Religion Research
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- High-Resolution Operational Model for the Baltic Sea
- Heads of International Research Organizations (medical research)
- Harpoon Imaging Infrared Program
- Health Insurance Reform Project (est. 1995; George Washington University; Washington, DC)
- High Intensity Readiness Program
- Hirschmann Industrial Routing Professional
- Hogwarts Interactive Roleplay (fan community)
- Human Placental Insulin Receptor Precursor (biochemistry)
- Hyperthermic Isolated Regional Perfusion
- Harrier Independent Readiness Review (Indiana)
- High-Resolution, Relational, Resonance-Based, Electroencephalic Mirroring (neurofeedback)
- High Resolution Research Limb Sounder
- Head Injury Rehabilitation and Referral Services, Inc. (Rockville, MD)
- Human Injury Research and Regenerative Technologies (Purdue University)
- Head Injury Rehabilitation Services (est. 1984; California)
- Health Information Resources and Services, Inc.
- Heron Island Research Station (Australia)
- High-resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder
- HIV Information Resources System
- High Resolution Infrared Sounder/Microwave Sounding Unit
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The following states tout the highest number of churches with church attendance of at least 2,000 people: California 178 churches Texas 157 churches Florida 85 churches Georgia 73 churches Illinois 46 churches Tennessee 44 churches Ohio 44 churches Michigan 43 churches North Carolina 39 churches Indiana 31 churches Source: Hartford Institute for Religion Research, 2005 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Hartford Seminary's Hartford Institute for Religion Research conducted the survey.