Organized religion in the United States / edited by Ray H. Abrams.

; Abrams, Ray H. (Ray Hamilton), 1896-
Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1948.

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Other Authors Abrams, Ray H. 1896-
Subjects Religion.
Sects -- United States.
United States -- Religion.
United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 256.
Description vii, 265 pages ; 24 cm.
data file rda
Copyright Date 1948.
Notes "Suggested readings in organized religion": pages 169-172.
Contents Religious institutions / J.O. Hertzler -- Characteristics of American organized religion / Winfred E. Garrison -- Judaism / Bernard Harrison -- Roman Catholic Church / John Courtney Murray -- Protestant churches / William W. Sweet -- Sects / Charles S. Braden -- Present status of foreign missions / Kenneth Scott Latourette -- Organized religion, the state, and the economic order / Harry F. Ward -- Religion and the class structure / Liston Pope -- Religion and the family / Ray E. Baber -- Churches and social problems / Paul Hanly Furfey -- Churches and the clergy in World War II / Ray H. Abrams -- Press and public relations of religious bodies / Alfred McClung Lee -- Religion and science in conflict / Oliver L. Reiser and Blodwen Davies -- Religion and science in accord / G. Bromley Oxnam -- Churches and the liberal tradition / John Herman Randall Jr. -- Census of religious bodies in United States reprinted from World Almanac, 1948.
Genre Electronic books
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)171671
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