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Christian fundamentalism in America : a cultural history

Author: David S New
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book examines the history of conservative American Christianity as it interacts with liberal beliefs. With the Enlightenment, the Puritan sense of mission faded, but was rekindled with the Great Awakening. It is history with a human touch, emphasizing personalities from Jonathan Edwards and William Jennings Bryan to David Koresh and Jim Jones"--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Church history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David S New
ISBN: 9780786470587 0786470585
OCLC Number: 770876315
Description: v, 259 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: "As a city upon a hill" --
Great awakening --
Bonþre of the vanities --
American millennium --
Democratic evangelism --
Great disappointment --
Threat from abroad --
Birth of liberalism --
True church --
Made in the usa --
Fundamentalists --
Showdown in Dayton --
Conservatives resurgent --
Hidden culture --
Seventh angel --
False prophets --
True believers --
Book of sevens --
Millennium: hope for the future?.
Responsibility: David S. New.

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"This book examines the history of conservative American Christianity as it interacts with liberal beliefs. With the Enlightenment, the Puritan sense of mission faded, but was rekindled with the Great Awakening. It is history with a human touch, emphasizing personalities from Jonathan Edwards and William Jennings Bryan to David Koresh and Jim Jones"--Provided by publisher.

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