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|Statement||[by] Sydney E. Ahlstrom.|
|LC Classifications||BR515 .A4 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 1158 p.|
|Number of Pages||1158|
|LC Control Number||72151564|
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It is an account of American religion from earliest colonial beginnings to the nineteen-sixties. This classic work, winner of the National Book Award in Philosophy and Religion and Christian Century's choice. as the Religious Book of the Decade (), is now issued with a new chapter by noted religious historian David Hall, who carries the story of American religious history forward to 4/5(2).
A religious history of the American people by Sydney E. Ahlstrom,Yale University Press edition, in English - 2nd ed. / foreword and concluding chapter by David D.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by Yale University Press, New Haven, with a new pref. Description. Writing a history of the American people, covering over years, from the late 16th century to the end of the 20th, and dealing with the physical background and development of an immense tract of diverse territory, is a herculean Size: 3MB.
Books of interest to African Americans and people of color. Most are from a Christian perspective - biographies, devotionals, Bibles, children's books, urban christian fiction. Explore our list of History of Religion Books at Barnes & Noble®.
Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. The books that have most caught my eye this year track a wide-ranging and multivalent landscape and focus on groups that have not been prominent in the received narratives of U.S.
religious history—the great mythic mash-up that imagines pious but bighearted Pilgrims founding a Christian nation that nevertheless separated church from state and promoted religious freedom.
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America’s surprising religious history in a highly readable book. If you’ve wondered how anyone could insist that the United States is a “Christian nation” when so many other faiths are practiced within our borders—and so many Americans shun religion entirely—you should enjoy One Nation Under Gods: A New American History by Peter Manseau.
Eldon J. Eisenach, Journal of American History On a shelf groaning with books on politics and religion, Denis Lacorne's study will stand out for its distinct perspective and erudition.
Thomas E. Buckley, American Historical Review The book is quite thorough, considering the substantial historical period being covered. America’s True History of Religious Tolerance The idea that the United States has always been a bastion of religious freedom is reassuring—and utterly at odds with the historical record.
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The Christian Endeavor Society of Missouri, an early forerunner of the American Religious Right, instituted a campaign to ban movies depicting kissing between non-relatives.
Ma L. Ron Hubbard, science-fiction author and founder of Scientology, was born. Home» Browse» History» United States History» American Religious History American Religious History There are more than 2, primary religious organizations in the United States, taking a number of different forms including churches, sects, cults, temples, societies and missions.
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Pew Research Center does not take policy positions. People of almost every religious stripe have argued, debated, negotiated, and brought into being an ideal called American religious freedom, subtly transforming their own identities and traditions in the process.
In a post-9/11 world, Wenger reflects, public attention to religious freedom and its implications is as consequential as it has ever. “Cities of God” - Rodney Stark - Religious Books on Christian History. Many of the religious books on Christian history are written by well-informed people, but “Cities of God” is authored by one of the most prolific writers on the subject.
Rodney Stark focuses on the sociology of religion and how Christianity has affected the entire globe. Evangelism has played an integral part in the history of religion in America, from colonial times to the present, while its methods of dissemination have changed dramatically.
Spreading the “Good News" during colonial times was accomplished through books printed by the Puritans on the press brought to Boston inor carried across the. Religion in American Life explores the evolution, character, and dynamic of organized religion in America from to the present day.
Written by distinguished historians of religion, these books weave together the varying stories that compose the religious fabric of the United States, from Puritanism to alternative religious practices. The Religious History of America The Heart of the American Story from Colonial Times to Today.
by Edwin S. Gaustad, Leigh Schmidt. On Sale: 07/06/ The Bible is the holy scripture of the Christian religion, purporting to tell the history of the Earth from its earliest creation to the spread of Christianity in the first century A.D. The aim of this volume is to recount the role of religion in American life.
It proceeds from the assumption that religion has always been a significant factor in the American heritage, that an examination of the role of religion is as legitimate as the study of any other strand in American history; that religious history cannot be ignored without doing violence to the totality of American.
So wrote the first major black poet in American history and one of the nation's first major female poets, Phillis Wheatley.
She was born in Gambia, West Africa, stolen from her parents at age 7 Author: Mark Sidwell. The opening chapter, on Native American religion begins, as many American religious history texts now do, with the pre-Columbian diversity of indigenous people and their religious beliefs, but at the end of the chapter, featuring Cherokee President John Ross, Andrew Jackson, and the Trail of Tears, the Indians are effectively banished from Le.
The 50 most influential religious figures in American history are: Lee – founder of the Shakers (Update: Lee was actually born in Manchester, England.) Hutchinson – leader of Puritan women. Dulles – Jesuit priest and theologian. The Ultimate Guide to Religion in American History American history has strong ties with the history of religion.
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