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Reinterpretation in American church history

Reinterpretation in American church history

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby R. Pierce Beaver ... [et al] ; edited by Jerald C. Brauer.
ContributionsBrauer, Jerald C. 1921-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20572765M

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II. Secondary Sources A. Published Materials. 1. books and pamphlets. Ahlstrom, Sydney E. A Religious History of the American People. New Haven, Conn.: Yale. The book begins with a survey of American Catholicism's rich and sophisticated heritage of moral reasoning on war, peace, and political community. In a major reinterpretation of American Catholic history, Weigel shows how the American Bishops' development of a theology of democracy in the nineteenth and twentieth. Christian History Institute (CHI) provides church history resources and self-study material and publishes the quarterly Christian History Magazine. Our aim is to make Christian history enjoyable and applicable to the widest possible audience.

The “civilizing” process had been going on for centuries but accelerated up and down the social structure during the 19th century. See Norbert Elias, The History of Manners, trans. Edmunds Jephcott (New York, ); Georges Vigarello, Concepts of Cleanliness: Changing Attitudes in France since the Middle Ages, trans. Jean Birrell (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press and Editions de la. Few constitutional issues have been as contentious in modern times as those concerning school prayer and the public funding of religious schools. But as Steven K. Green reveals in The Bible, the School, and the Constitution, this debate actually reached its apogee just after the Civil War, between and Generally accepted as a groundbreaking biography, the book places Emma Smith into a context that has better explained the trials and sacrifices of the members of the early Latter Day Saint church. The work made possible, along with other more recent historical works, a major reinterpretation of the formative period of her: Doubleday & Company, Inc.


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