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American Protestantism

Winthrop Still Hudson

American Protestantism

by Winthrop Still Hudson

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Published by Univerisity of Chicago Press in Chicago, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Protestant churches -- United States.,
  • United States -- Church history.

  • Edition Notes

    Date of publication and edition statement from title page verso.

    Statementby Winthrop S. Hudson.
    SeriesChicago history of American civilization
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 198 p. ;
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21438082M

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      In The Lost Soul of American Protestantism, D. G. Hart examines the historical origins of the idea that faith must be socially useful in order to be valuable. Through specific episodes in Presbyterian, Lutheran, and Reformed history, Hart presents a neglected form of Protestantism--confessionalism--as an alternative to prevailing religious by: 6.   Last Updated on Mon, 30 Mar | American Protestantism Henry VIII died on Janu Under the terms of his will, his successor was beyond dispute: the nine-year-old Prince Edward, Henry's son by his third wife, Jane Seymour, was the only male Tudor heir to the throne after the death of his father.


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American Protestantism by Winthrop Still Hudson Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 /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.

"Everyone interested in the changing face of religion and society will want to read this engaging, empirically grounded, persuasively argued book."—Robert Wuthnow, author of The Restructuring of American Religion "[This is] a masterful study of American Protestantism.

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.

Protestantism came to the land we now call American to make America Protestant. It was assumed that what it meant to be American and Protestant was equivalent to a faith in the reasonableness of. American Protestantism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

This history skillfully evaluates the development of the Protestant 4/5. This fascinating book focuses on the production, marketing, and reception of one such set of religious illustrations, the art of Warner Sallman (), whose Head of Christ has been reproduced an estimated five hundred million times.

"Icons of. Cambridge Core - Religion: General Interest - American Protestantism in the Age of Psychology - by Stephanie Muravchik American Protestantism in the Age of Psychology; Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing : Stephanie Muravchik. D.

Hart's The Lost Soul of American Protestantism is the first book to flesh out the theology of 'Confessional Protestantism,' a concept formerly discussed primarily, if not exclusively, within the ethnic and political confines of 'ethno-cultural' political : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

This landmark study of American religion, recipient of the National Religious Book Award inis being brought back into print with an updated bibliography. The Modernist Impulse in American Protestantism traces the history of American Protestant thought from the early part of the Author: William R.

Hutchison. In The Lost Soul of American Protestantism, D. Hart examines the historical origins of the idea that faith must be socially useful in order to be valuable. Through specific episodes in Presbyterian, Lutheran, and Reformed history, Hart presents a neglected form of Protestantism, confessionalism, as an alternative to prevailing religious theory/5.

The book is one of three topical books in the series “The Chicago History of American Civilization,” edited by Daniel Boorstin and published by the University of Chicago Press during the s and s.

The other two topical books are American Catholicism and American Judaism. American Protestantism was published in Hudson’s book. American Protestantism. [Chicago] University of Chicago Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Winthrop S Hudson.

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[Winthrop S Hudson] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Winthrop S Hudson. Find more information about: ISBN: # The Chicago history of American civilization\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. This landmark study of American religion, recipient of the National Religious Book Award inis being brought back into print with an updated bibliography.

The Modernist Impulse in American Protestantism traces the history of American Protestant thought from the early part of the nineteenth century to the present. 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. Chapter 1:. In The Lost Soul of American Protestantism, D.

Hart examines the historical origins of the idea that faith must be socially useful in order to be h specific episodes in Presbyterian, Lutheran, and Reformed history, Hart presents a neglected form of Protestantism—confessionalism—as an alternative to prevailing religious : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

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.

Read this book on Questia. This study attempts to sketch some of the social attitudes of American Protestantism during the decades of prosperity and depression, to note how the Protestant churches faced up to the most fundamental problems confronting. The years immediately following the Civil War opened a new era in American life.

During the period of "reconstruction" the forces of industrial revolution, stimulated by the demands of the great conflict, swept triumphantly to victory over the agricultural economy that remained from the nation's youth.

In The Lost Soul of American Protestantism, D. G. Hart examines the historical origins of the idea that faith must be socially useful in order to be valuable.

Through specific episodes in Presbyterian, Lutheran, and Reformed history, Hart presents a neglected form of Protestantism—confessionalism—as an alternative to prevailing religious theory.Protestantism is the second-largest form of Christianity with a total of million to 1 billion adherents worldwide or about 37% of all Christians.

It originated with the 16th century Reformation, a movement against what its followers perceived to be errors in the Catholic Church.

Protestants reject the Roman Catholic doctrine of papal supremacy and sacraments, but disagree among themselves. It is virtually impossible to understand the history of the American experience without Protestantism.

The theological and religious descendants of the Protestant Reformation arrived in the United States in the early 17th century, shaped American culture in the 18th century, grew dramatically in the 19th century, and continued to be the guardians of American religious life in the 20th : John Fea.