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by Butter Stout
Author: Butter Stout
Publisher: Oxford Univ Pr; Teachers Guide edition (October 30, 2007)
Subcategory: Religious Studies
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An interesting, provocative, and highly readable treatment of various expressions of American religion from an historical perspective.
An interesting, provocative, and highly readable treatment of various expressions of American religion from an historical perspective. Written by two esteemed scholars in the field, this book will cause historians of American religion to reconsider some of their long-held presuppositions and conclusions. - Lewis V. Baldwin, Vanderbilt University. Excellent selection of essays on American religious themes.
Religion in American Life is a good read, especially for the uninitiated. The initiated, however, might also read it for its felicity of narrative and the moments of illumination that fine scholars can inject even into stories we have all heard before. Read i. -Church History. The three authors' distinct voices come through in their respective sections. This is not a Christian history, though that faith naturally predominates.
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Jeffrey Lee Stout (born 1950) is an American religious studies scholar who is Professor Emeritus of Religion at Princeton University. He is a member of the Department of Religion, and is associated with the departments of Philosophy and Politics, the Center for the Study of Religion, and the Center for Human Values. His works focus on the possibility of ethical discourse in a religiously pluralistic society. He served as president of the American Academy of Religion in 2007.
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Uniquely comprehensive, Religion in American History: A Reader serves as a one-volume tour through America's tumultuous .
Uniquely comprehensive, Religion in American History: A Reader serves as a one-volume tour through America's tumultuous, varied, and often misunderstood religious past. Harry S. Stout, "Religion, Communications, and the Ideological Origins of the American Revolution", and Jon Butler, "Enthusiasm Described and Decried: The Great Awakening as Interpretative Fiction" 6. The Challenge of a Woman's Religion - Charles E. Hambrick-Stowe, "The Spiritual Pilgrimage of Sarah Osborn (1714-1796)" Part II: The Nineteenth Century 7. Immigrants and Religion in America
Religion in American Life is an engrossing look at how religion has changed-and in turn been changed by-the . Perhaps surprising in a country without a national church, religion has played a powerful role in American life.
Religion in American Life is an engrossing look at how religion has changed-and in turn been changed by-the extraordinary events throughout American history. Jon Butler begins by describing the state of religious affairs in both the Old and New Worlds on the eve of colonization.
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