Revivalism and social reform in mid-nineteenth-century America. Chapters I-XI and XIV comprise the Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer prize essay for 1955, the American Society of Church History.


New York, Abingdon Press [1957] .

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Subjects Church and social problems -- United States.
Church and social problems.
Opwekkingsbewegingen.
Revivals -- United States.
Revivals.
Sociale hervormingen.
United States -- Church history -- 19th century.
United States.
Description 253 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1957]
Notes "Critical essay on the sources of information": pages 238-248.
Contents The inner structure of American Protestantism -- The social influence of the churches -- The resurgence of revivalism : 1840-57 -- Annus mirabilis : 1858 -- The fruits of fervor -- Evangelical Unitarianism -- The holiness revival at Oberlin -- Sanctification in American Methodism -- Revivalism and perfectionism -- The evangelical origins of social Christianity -- The churches help the poor -- Christian liberty and human bondage : the paradox of slavery -- The spiritual warfare against slavery -- The gospel of the kingdom.
Genre Church history.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)381691
(OCoLC)ocm00381691
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WorldCat Identities Smith, Timothy Lawrence, 1924-
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