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Piety and profession : American Protestant theological education, 1870-1970

Author: Glenn T Miller
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub., 2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From the urbanization of the Gilded Age to the upheavals of the Haight-Ashbury era, this encyclopedic work by Glenn Miller takes readers on a sweeping journey through the landscape of American theological education, highlighting such landmarks as Princeton, Andover, and Chicago, and such fault lines as denominationalism, science, and dispensationalism. --from publisher description.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Glenn T Miller
ISBN: 9780802829467 0802829465
OCLC Number: 76901832
Description: xxiv, 821 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: A new understanding forms. The compleat seminary ; Seminaries face a reordered world ; The birth of the classical disciplines ; Spiritual crisis and the new science ; The new biblical studies : round one ; The changing world of schools : a new ecology ; The case of Andover Theological Seminary ; The impact of the social awakening ; Before fundamentalism : the educational dynamics of dispensationalism ; Training women for mission ; Doing it right : the early years of the University of Chicago Divinity School ; Methodism and the university ; The presidency --
Embodying the dream. An appraisal at the end of the era of crusades ; The progressive movement at its height : what Kelly found ; African American theological education : from Emancipation to the Depression ; Troubled decade, troubled churches ; The denominations impacted, 1917-1930 ; Reform in many places : the beginning of AATS ; Brown-May ; Seminaries and the second righteous empire ; A reborn theological discussion ; The rural church ; Religious education ; Field education and clinical training --
Questions in the midst of triumph. American conservative Protestantism recovers ; The Second World War, ideological struggle, and the advance of theological education ; Mr. Niebuhr speaks : seminaries advance ; Transformation : the birth of religion departments ; The sixties : the dawn of a new age ; Conclusion.
Responsibility: Glenn T. Miller.
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From the urbanization of the Gilded Age to the upheavals of the Haight-Ashbury era, this encyclopedic work by Glenn Miller takes readers on a sweeping journey through the landscape of American theological education, highlighting such landmarks as Princeton, Andover, and Chicago, and such fault lines as denominationalism, science, and dispensationalism. --from publisher description.

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