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The religious background of American Culture,

Author: Thomas Cuming Hall
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Co., 1930.
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Genre/Form: Church history
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hall, Thomas Cuming, 1858-1936.
Religious background of American Culture.
Boston, Little, Brown, and Co., 1930
(OCoLC)647649074
Named Person: John Wycliffe; John Wycliffe
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Cuming Hall
OCLC Number: 1439505
Description: xiv, 348 pages 23 cm
Contents: The genesis of the English dissenting tradition --
John Wyclif, the father of the dissenting tradition --
The Lollard Movement --
Lollardism up to the time of Henry VIII --
Continental Protestantism and the Dissenting Tradition in England --
Henry VIII and Anglo-Catholicism --
The Elizabethan Purtitanism --
New England and its religious tradition in North America --
The religious tradition of Massachusetts Bay Colony --
The religious tradition of the colony of Virginia --
Religious toleration and colonial culture --
The Great Awakening and its influence upon American Culture --
Organized Christianity and the American Revolution --
The collapse of organized Protestantism in the New Republic --
The reorganization of American Protestantism --
Religious and American capitalism --
Religion and America's awakening intellectual life --
The lay element in Anglo-American dissent --
The Roman Catholic communion in American culture --
The continental type of Protestantism in America --
Religious denominations and the struggle for cultural unity in the United States --
Recent phases of Anglo-American Protestantism.
Responsibility: by Thomas Cuming Hall ...

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