Righteous empire : the Protestant experience in America / Martin E. Marty.


New York : Dial Press, [1970] .

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Subjects Église -- Histoire -- États-Unis.
Églises protestantes -- États-Unis.
Geschichte.
Protestant churches -- United States.
Protestant churches.
Protestantisme.
Protestantismus.
USA.
United States -- Church history.
United States.
Series Two centuries of American life.
Description 295 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Today people are curious about who the WASPs really are and were. With searing objectivity, shaded by a compassionate intelligence, Marty exposes the racism, intellectual complexity, and peculiar flexibility that helped to make up the unique institution American Protestantism was at its height. The author structures his investigation around problems of conflict: between races, social classes, between denominations and "schools."
Contents Clearing space: the removal of the Native American: the American Indian -- The builders of the empire: the white Anglo-Saxon -- The overlooked Protestants: the black American -- A charter for the empire: the civil and religious settlement -- Enlarging the territory: from the east to west -- Dividing the territory: north and south -- The invention of forms: denomination, parish, education -- The command of Christ, interpreted: theological interpretation -- Forays for reform: means of reformation and serving -- The great transformation: present city, the industrial beginnings -- The fire from the fringes: Protestants beyond the evangelical churches -- The beginning of the end: stresses and strains before the civil war -- The failure to bind: reconstruction and after -- A decorous worldliness: popular Protestant accommodation -- Perils: the city: a bewildering urban-immigrant environment -- A private place for religion: life in the churches -- The two-party system: a division within Protestantism -- From providence to progress: a new theology -- Protestant for protest: progressives, reformers, the social gospel -- Conflicting experiences: controversies through the twenties -- Two styles of complacency: Southern and urban ways of life -- The church against the world: the recovery of protest and realism -- Any number can play: the rise of ecumenism and pluralism -- Everything can become almost anything else: the revival and the revolution.
Genre Church history.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)102834
(OCoLC)ocm00102834
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Marty, Martin E., 1928-
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