Between the Times: The Travail of the Protestant Establishment in America, 1900-1960by William R. Hutchison
This book examines the American Protestant establishment and its response to the growing pluralism of the first sixty years of the last century.See more details below
This book examines the American Protestant establishment and its response to the growing pluralism of the first sixty years of the last century.
- Cambridge University Press
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- Cambridge Studies in Religion and American Public Life Series
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.79(d)
Table of Contents
Preface: from Protestant to pluralist America; Part I. Introduction: 1. Protestantism as establishment William R. Hutchison; Part II. The Protestant Agenda: Old Business: 2. The pulpit and the pews Edwin S. Gaustad; 3. Ministry on the margin: Protestants and education Dorothy C. Bass; 4. Reaching out: mainline protestantism and the media Dennis N. Voskuil; Part III. The Protestant Agenda: Matters Arising: 5. Voice of many waters: church federation in the twentieth century Robert A. Schneider; 6. The reform establishment and the ambiguities of influence William McGuire King; Part IV. Outsiders and 'Junior Partners': 7. United and slighted: women as subordinated insiders Virginia Lieson Brereton; 8. An enduring distance: Black Americans and the establishment David W. Wills; 9. A wary collaboration: Jews, Catholics, and the Protestant Goodwill movement Benny Kraut; Part V. External Challenges: 10. Secularization: religion and the social sciences R. Laurence Moore; 11. A plural world: the Protestant awakening to world religions Grant Wacker; 12. The rise of the 'New Evangelicalism': shock and adjustment Mark Silk; Part VI. Conclusion: 13. Discovering America William R. Hutchison; Index.
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