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From State church to pluralism : a Protestant interpretation of religion in American history

Author: Franklin H Littell
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Anchor Books, 1962.
Series: Anchor Books, A294.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Church history
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Littell, Franklin H. (Franklin Hamlin), 1917-2009.
From State church to pluralism.
Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Books, 1962
(OCoLC)588852050
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Franklin H Littell
OCLC Number: 1191316
Description: 174 pages ; 18 cm.
Contents: Part I. The colonial state churches. The Latin church --
English Christendom --
New England --
An example of Puritan statecraft: the Christian Indian villages --
Religion in the proprietary colonies --
The Great Awakening --
The rise of dissent --
Part II. The new nation. Statistics on church membership --
Mass evangelism --
The breakup of the New England standing order --
Restitution on the frontier --
Unitarianism: a permanent minority --
The revival churches --
The problem of church discipline --
The spread of the New England way. Part III. The Civil War and aftermath. Division in the churches --
Popular piety --
The Middle West as a Puritan power --
Sectionalism in the churches: a form of culture-religion --
The advance of the Christian Negroes --
A softened evangelism --
Mormonism --
Christian Science --
Jehovah's Witnesses --
The "Native American church" --
Positivism and pietism --
The triumph of home missions --
Part IV. American religion at floodtide --
European Metropolis and American Frontier --
The Great Plains --
The rise of secular higher education --
Pluralism on campus --
Experiments in religion in higher education --
The decline of standards of membership --
Protestant use of state power: anti-evolution laws and prohibition --
Protestant culture-religion. Part V. Mid-century encounter. John R. Mott and the flowering of foreign missions --
A crisis in Christian discipline: racial discrimination --
A crisis in evangelism: the rise of the city --
Late bloomers: Lutherans and Mennonites --
Defensive protestantism --
Catholic growth and nativist reaction --
Jewry leaves the ghetto --
"Post-Protestant" America --
The American religion: a popular heresy --
Protestant "moralism" --
The recovery of the tragic note --
The rediscovery of the dialogue.
Series Title: Anchor Books, A294.
Responsibility: by Franklin Hamlin Littell.

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