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Reinterpretation in American church history
|Statement||by R. Pierce Beaver ... [et al] ; edited by Jerald C. Brauer.|
|Contributions||Brauer, Jerald C. 1921-|
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Church, state, and the American Indians: two and a half centuries of partnership in missions between Protestant churches and government by R. Pierce Beaver (Book). Since the earliest explorers set foot on North American soil, myriad cultures and movements have shaped American Christianity. From sixteenth-century Spanish Catholics to New England Puritans and Wesleyan revivalists, the history of these diverse groups is the history of the American church.
Reinterpretation in American church history by R. Pierce Beaver; Religion in American culture, a sociological interpretation by William Seward Salisbury; Religious conflict in America; studies of the problems beyond bigotry by Earl Raab; The American religious depression, ; (Facet books.
Historical series, 9) by Robert T. Handy. Another of the particular strengths of this text is a significant treatment of Christianity in the global East and South. The thorough treatment of Latin American church history in the Story of Christianity is a rare and valuable contribution for a survey text.
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What I would like to do now is something similar with church history. The first series of posts will cover general works on church Author: Keith Mathison. Early American Church History SHARE. Course Sections.
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History and Eschatology charts the shift away from an ancient cyclical interpretation of history to teleological and eschatological alternatives. Bultmann explains the fundamental shift in historical understanding introduced in the Judeo-Christian tradition and explains why the disappointment faced by the early church in Christ’s belated return prompted a reinterpretation of history.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. In a major revision of accepted wisdom, this book, originally published by UNC Press indemonstrates that American social Christianity played an important role in racial reform during the period between Emancipation and the civil rights movement.In part one, the author traces the concept of a Christian nation from to today; part two focuses on the American Revolution, from the British colonies' points of view to the constitutional "wall of separation between church and state." Part three, the most fluid and 5/5(1).All who are interested in American church history and in the influence of the Episcopal Church on American history will find David Holmes's account fascinating and helpful.
David L. Holmes is Professor of American Religion and Church History at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.3/5(1).