History of religion in the United States.


Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1960.

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Subjects Christendom.
États-Unis -- Histoire religieuse.
États-Unis -- Religion.
Religion.
USA.
United States -- Church history.
United States -- Religion.
United States.
Description 628 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Summary The European heritage -- The Spanish and French missions -- The rise and progress of colonial Anglicanism -- The Puritan adventure in New England -- Religious minorities in the English colonies -- The transplanting of continental Protestantism -- The Scotch-Irish Presbyterians -- The Great Awakening -- The aftermath of the revival -- Religion in the Revolutionary era -- The churches in a period of reorganization -- Western expansion and the Second Awakening -- The great missionary enterprise -- Christian contributions to education -- Conflicts in religious thought and practice -- Immigration and the changing religious scene -- The emergence of religious cults and movements -- Evangelism and social reform -- The churches and the slavery controversy -- The house divided -- Denominational consolidation and expansion -- Americanism and the immigrant faiths -- Christian idealism in national life -- Social religion in modern America -- The churches and crusading internationalism -- Religious cults since the Civil War -- Movements toward Christian unity -- The retreat to normalcy -- Religion in an era of crisis.
Contents The European heritage -- The Spanish and French missions -- The rise and progress of colonial Anglicanism -- The Puritan adventure in New England -- Religious minorities in the English colonies -- The transplanting of continental Protestantism -- The Scotch-Irish Presbyterians -- The Great Awakening -- The aftermath of the revival -- Religion in the Revolutionary era -- The churches in a period of reorganization -- Western expansion and the Second Awakening -- The great missionary enterprise -- Christian contributions to education -- Conflicts in religious thought and practice -- Immigration and the changing religious scene -- The emergence of religious cults and movements -- Evangelism and social reform -- The churches and the slavery controversy -- The house divided -- Denominational consolidation and expansion -- Americanism and the immigrant faiths -- Christian idealism in national life -- Social religion in modern America -- The churches and crusading internationalism -- Religious cults since the Civil War -- Movements toward Christian unity -- The retreat to normalcy -- Religion in an era of crisis.
Genre Church history.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)382571
(OCoLC)ocm00382571
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Olmstead, Clifton E.
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