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Religion in the American experience: the pluralistic style. Edited by Robert T. Handy.


Columbia, University of South Carolina Press [1972] .
ISBN 0872492753, 9780872492752

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Subjects Religion.
Religiòˆser Pluralismus.
USA.
United States -- Religion -- Sources.
United States.
Description xxii, 246 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Contents Puritan bulwarks against pluralism -- Problems of southern establishments -- A Presbyterian accepts pluralism -- Methodist growth under Asbury's guidance -- A Catholic minority in a Protestant society -- The manifold transplantations of Lutheranism -- The growth of the Catholic Church in the nineteenth century -- Jews in America: a mid-nineteenth-century summary -- Judaism transformed by later immigration -- Eastern orthodoxy in a western land -- The great awakening -- The second great awakening -- Crusading for a Christian America -- The builder of modern revivalism -- The church and slavery: a southern view -- The church and slavery: a northern view -- Controversy over evolution -- Conflict over biblical criticism -- Religion among American Indians: two accounts -- Joseph Smith: a new revelation and a new church -- Alexander Campbell and the Disciples of Christ -- William Miller and the Adventists -- Mary Baker Eddy and Christian Science -- New thought for a new age -- Black Protestantism as indigenous religious expression -- An evangelical interpretation of the religious situation, 1893 -- The social gospel as a unitive force -- The Lutheran search for unity -- A Jew speaks to Christians -- Social idealism and interfaith cooperation -- Cooperation among conservatives -- The spread of the ecumenical spirit -- Quests for justice and peace.
Genre Sources.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)516175
(OCoLC)ocm00516175
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WorldCat Identities Handy, Robert T.,
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