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Brethren society : the cultural transformation of a "peculiar people"

Verfasser/in: Carl F Bowman
Verlag: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1995.
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Carl Bowman examines how and why members of the Church of the Brethren - historically known as "Dunkers" after their method of baptism - were assimilated faster and earlier than their Amish, Mennonite, or even Hutterite cousins. Brethren Society brings to light the members' own conversations and debates on a series of pivotal controversies. Bowman shows how Brethren dealt with issues such as membership in "outside"  Weiterlesen…
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Gattung/Form: History
Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Carl F Bowman
ISBN: 0801849047 9780801849046 0801849055 9780801849053
OCLC-Nummer: 185838732
Beschreibung: xii, 491 s. : ill. ; 23 cm
Inhalt: 1. Brethren Beginnings --
pt. I. An Overview of Traditional Dunker Culture, 1708-1850s. 2. The Faith Once Delivered to the Saints. 3. Dunker Rituals and Relationships. 4. Practicing the Primitive Faith --
pt. II. Pathways beyond Plainness. 5. Expansion and Dissent, 1850-1883. 6. Missionary Mobilization, 1880s-1900s. 7. Missionary Manners, 1880s-1900s. 8. Preserving the Primitive Order, 1880s-1910s. 9. Separation Under Siege, 1905-1917. 10. Purging the Past, 1890s-1920s. 11. Unity Unraveled, 1911-1930s. 12. Altered Authorities, 1920s-1950s --
pt. III. Analysis: The Binding and Loosing of Brethren Culture. 13. Brethren Moral Dynamics: A Historical Overview. 14. Brethren Cultural Transformation. 15. Pluralism, Particularism, and Purpose --
App. A: A Chronology of Change --
App. B: Personal interviews.
Verfasserangabe: Carl F. Bowman.
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In the first book ever written on the subject, Carl Bowman examines how and why members of the Church of the Brethren-historically known as "Dunkersafter their method of baptism-were assimilated  Weiterlesen…

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This model study of a small denomination's history, sociology and anthropology will inspire scholars who study larger, less definable religious groups... Bowman provides a good chronology of events Weiterlesen…

 
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Excellent historical account, although hairsplitting toward the end

von ericbradley (Veröffentlicht von WorldCat-Nutzern/innen 2009-08-05) Sehr gut Permalink

I've been surrounded by Brethren all my life, so the first third of the book was a breeze describing Brethren origins and stand apart doctrine...then it slowed down into every little thing the Brethren were splitting hairs over at the turn of the 20th Century, very informative, but not nearly as exciting.

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