2 edition of Story of American Protestantism. found in the catalog.
Story of American Protestantism.
Andrew Landale Drummond
Bibliography: p. 407-413.
|LC Classifications||BR515 .D8 1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 418 p.|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||49029434|
The History of the Protestant Reformed Churches () The following is from the "Red Book": The History of the Protestant Reformed Churches, written by the late Herman Hoeksema and published first in It has been copied and posted on the internet by Rev. Martin VanderWal, currently pastor of the Protestant Reformed Church of Wingham, ON, Canada. Popular Protestant Books Showing of The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts (Kindle Edition) The Story of the King James Version, (Hardcover) by. How American Protestants Fought for Freedom at the Movies (Hardcover) by.
History of Protestantism, the inquisition, and all martyrs that died so that we may have a Bible in our own language. The King James Version Bible still the choice among Protestant Christians. How the Roman Catholic Church has slaughtered some million bible believing Christians. This is the true story of the remnant church. Protestant diversity --The common heritage --The concept of denominationalism --Shaping a Protestant America, --The churches in the post-Revolutionary era --The task of the churches defined --The Protestant counteroffensive --The realignment of American Protestantism --A Protestant America --Protestantism in post-Protestant America.
Still, even in this country, the Protestant imagination was formed by works such as John Foxe’s Book of Martyrs, and it retained a collective image of the Reformation as a time when Protestants of every stripe were martyred for their faith by the Jesuitical priests of the Roman Antichrist. Delbanco sees American Protestantism as leading first to nationalism, and then to individualism. Delbanco sums up his story about America near the end of his book: Before making the connection between all this and my theme of the Protestant structure of American culture, which I think is a close one, I want to look at Putnam’s effort.
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The story of American Protestantism—through one man’s incredible family history. Bill Griffeth had been a TV journalist covering Wall Street and the /5(9). It is a welcome guide to American Protestantism at the beginning of the twenty-first century. -- Robert Bruce Mullin, Journal of Religion.
Balmer and Winner boldly take hold of the large and complex topic of Protestantism in America by its most ungainly part, evangelicalism. -- /5(2). This book has a provocative thesis that engages the question of the corpus Christianum in a new and engaging manner.
Recommended., CHOICE D. Hart's argument is original, important, and provocative. The book forces us to re-examine our assumptions concerning the fissures that define the history of American by: 6.
OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: I. Colonial genesis The southern colonies --Virginia --Maryland and the Carolinas --Georgia The middle colonies --Pennsylvania --New York The New England way --Sifted seed-corn --"With flame of freedom in their souls" --The Puritan outlook --From the fall of the wilderness Zion to the Great Awakening II.
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages 23 cm. American Protestantism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This history skillfully evaluates the development of the Protestant 4/5. This book seeks to provide students with a concise yet comprehensive account of Protestant Christianity in America, for there is a lack of such studies for seminary students.
Protestantism in America can be characterized in terms of a full, free experimentation and an enduring biblicism. As America has become more pluralistic, Protestantism, with its long roots in American history and culture, has hardly remained static.
This finely crafted portrait of a remarkably complex group of Christian denominations describes Protestantism's history, constituent subgroups and their activities, and the way in which its dialectic with American culture has shaped such/5(13).
This was originally published as a large 24 book set. All 24 books are published here in one volume. There is a linked table of contents to all 24 book at the beginning of the volume, as well as a fully descriptive table of contents at the beginning of each book.
The History of Protestantism' by J. Wylie, is an incredibly inspiring work/5. The History of Protestantism VOLUME FIRST Books BY Rev. James Aitken Wylie, LL.D author of "The Papacy," "Daybreak in Spain," &c.
"Protestantism, the sacred cause of God's Light and Truth against the Devil's Falsity and Darkness." -Carlyle. Cassell. Genre/Form: Church history History (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Drummond, Andrew Landale.
Story of American Protestantism. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, For that is a major theme of his impressive and powerfully argued book—that in the decades following the American Revolution it was American Protestantism and not any sort of classical republicanism that was most important in shaping the development of American nationalism.
As America has become more pluralistic, Protestantism, with its long roots in American history and culture, has hardly remained static.
This finely crafted portrait of a remarkably complex group of Christian denominations describes Protestantism's history, constituent subgroups and their activities, and the way in which its dialectic with American culture has shaped such facets of the wider.
Books shelved as protestantism: The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism by Max Weber, The Reformation: A History by Diarmaid MacCulloch, Martin. The author is a premier historian and an excellent writer.
He blends a strong institutional sensitivity with his study of primary sources, making this a unique and extremely valuable documentation of North American Pursuit of the Almighty's Dollar: A History of Money and American Protestantism (Caravan Book)/5(12).
The author is a premier historian and an excellent writer. He blends a strong institutional sensitivity with his study of primary sources, making this a unique and extremely valuable documentation of North American Pursuit of the Almighty's Dollar: A History of Money and American Protestantism (Caravan Book)Cited by: The story of evangelicalism is just one chapter in the story of God’s amazing grace around the world.
The author is an accomplished evangelical historian and theologian, and this work fulfills its purpose admirably. Experts and novices in evangelical historiography will benefit from reading this book. While a widespread understanding of the birth of Protestantism and its expansion in theological and social contexts throughout the modern era is at the heart of Ryrie’s work, the book’s final section on the Global Age of Protestant expansion is most compelling, and likely forward-looking.
The American Protestant Association was formed in Philadelphia in Its founders were alarmed at the spread of Roman Catholicism in the United States, feeling as they did that it was "subversive of civil and religious liberty.".
The "First Great Awakening" (or sometimes "The Great Awakening") was a wave of religious enthusiasm among Protestants that swept the American colonies in the s and s, leaving a permanent impact on American religion.Protestantism, form of Christian faith and practice that originated with the principles of the term is derived from the Protestatio delivered by a minority of delegates against the () Diet of Speyer, which passed legislation against the Lutherans.
Since that time the term has been used in many different senses, but not as the official title of any church until it was.Baptists account for about one third of American Protestants. The Southern Baptist Convention is the largest single Protestant denomination in the United States with one-tenth of American Protestants.
Twelve out of the original Thirteen Colonies were Protestant, only one (Maryland) was Catholic.