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40th anniversary of the Stanford Prison Experiment exposes human nature
40 years ago the Stanford Prison Experiment was conducted by psychology professor Philip Zimbardo. Volunteer students were randomly selected to become 'prisoners' or 'guards' in a roleplay prison simulation. It had to be cut short after 6 days...


Faith-Filled Prisoners in Bible Times
Men of God from Bible times who suffered imprisonment for their faith.


Theodulf of Orleans (ca. 760 – 821) : Christian History Institute
Theodulf of Orleans, while unjustly imprisoned, writes a hymn of praise which remains a favorite of the church. Christian History Institute shows the historical background of this quotation in context.


Prisoners - a Christian perspective
God has a special concern for those who live on the fringes of society. This includes prisoners, who are often abandoned and considered useless by society in general.