The Resource Righteous empire; : the Protestant experience in America, [by] Martin E. Marty

Righteous empire; : the Protestant experience in America, [by] Martin E. Marty

Label
Righteous empire; : the Protestant experience in America
Title
Righteous empire;
Title remainder
the Protestant experience in America
Statement of responsibility
[by] Martin E. Marty
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1928-
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Marty, Martin E.
Dewey number
280/.4/0973
Index
index present
LC call number
BR515
LC item number
.M33
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Two centuries of American life: a bicentennial series
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  • Protestant churches
  • United States
  • Église
  • Églises protestantes
  • Protestantisme
Label
Righteous empire; : the Protestant experience in America, [by] Martin E. Marty
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Clearing space: the removal of the Native American: the American Indian -- The builders of the empire: the white Anglo-Saxon -- The overlooked Protestants: the black American -- A charter for the empire: the civil and religious settlement -- Enlarging the territory: from the east to west -- Dividing the territory: north and south -- The invention of forms: denomination, parish, education -- The command of Christ, interpreted: theological interpretation -- Forays for reform: means of reformation and serving -- The great transformation: present city, the industrial beginnings -- The fire from the fringes: Protestants beyond the evangelical churches -- The beginning of the end: stresses and strains before the civil war -- The failure to bind: reconstruction and after -- A decorous worldliness: popular Protestant accommodation -- Perils: the city: a bewildering urban-immigrant environment -- A private place for religion: life in the churches -- The two-party system: a division within Protestantism -- From providence to progress: a new theology -- Protestant for protest: progressives, reformers, the social gospel -- Conflicting experiences: controversies through the twenties -- Two styles of complacency: Southern and urban ways of life -- The church against the world: the recovery of protest and realism -- Any number can play: the rise of ecumenism and pluralism -- Everything can become almost anything else: the revival and the revolution
Extent
1 online resource (295 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036846740
Label
Righteous empire; : the Protestant experience in America, [by] Martin E. Marty
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Clearing space: the removal of the Native American: the American Indian -- The builders of the empire: the white Anglo-Saxon -- The overlooked Protestants: the black American -- A charter for the empire: the civil and religious settlement -- Enlarging the territory: from the east to west -- Dividing the territory: north and south -- The invention of forms: denomination, parish, education -- The command of Christ, interpreted: theological interpretation -- Forays for reform: means of reformation and serving -- The great transformation: present city, the industrial beginnings -- The fire from the fringes: Protestants beyond the evangelical churches -- The beginning of the end: stresses and strains before the civil war -- The failure to bind: reconstruction and after -- A decorous worldliness: popular Protestant accommodation -- Perils: the city: a bewildering urban-immigrant environment -- A private place for religion: life in the churches -- The two-party system: a division within Protestantism -- From providence to progress: a new theology -- Protestant for protest: progressives, reformers, the social gospel -- Conflicting experiences: controversies through the twenties -- Two styles of complacency: Southern and urban ways of life -- The church against the world: the recovery of protest and realism -- Any number can play: the rise of ecumenism and pluralism -- Everything can become almost anything else: the revival and the revolution
Extent
1 online resource (295 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036846740

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