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The social Gospel in black and white : American radical reform, 1885-1912

Auteur : Ralph E Luker
Éditeur : Chapel Hill and London : University of North Carolina Press, 1998. © 1991
Collection : Studies in religion.
Édition/format :   Print book : Anglais
Base de données :WorldCat
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In a major revision of accepted wisdom, this book, originally published by UNC Press in 1991, demonstrates that American social Christianity played an important role in racial reform during the period between Emancipation and the civil rights movement. As organizations created by the heirs of antislavery sentimentfoundered in the mid-1890s, Ralph Luker argues, a new generation of black and white reformers--many of  Lire la suite...
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Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Ralph E Luker
ISBN : 0807847208 9780807847206
Numéro OCLC : 542056305
Description : xiv, 445 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contenu : Introduction --
Christianizing the South --
The redemption of Africa --
In search of civil equity --
The savage end of an era: barbarism and time unredeemed --
Education for service --
Urban Mission --
A prophetic minority at the Nadir --
A Prophetic Minority from the Nadir to the NAACP --
theologies of race relations --
Conclusion.
Titre de collection : Studies in religion.
Responsabilité : Ralph E. Luker.

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As organizations created by the heirs of antislavery sentiment foundered in the mid-1890s, Ralph Luker argues, a new generation of black and white reformers - many of them representatives of American  Lire la suite...

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[T]his is the most thorough study yet done of religion and racial reform in the Social Gospel era.David W. Wills, Amherst College

 
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