Daniel Warner and the Paradox of Religious Democracy in Nineteenth-Century America

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Fudge (history, U. of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand) situates the story of preacher Daniel Warner and the Church of God movement within the larger narrative of 19th-century American Protestantism, focusing less on Warner himself than on the tensions involved in the struggle between history and the myths that religious movements often create around their founders. In particular, the study addresses the paradoxical development of religious democracy alongside the emergence of religious leaders who felt they represented divine truth and who used democratic principles to advance their own vision of God's kingdom. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Introduction 1
Ch. 1 The Nineteenth-Century American Religious Experience 11
I The Fight Between Carnival and Lent 13
II Industrializing the New World 24
III The Paradox of Religious Leaders: Responses to American Culture 30
IV The Search for Order 97
Ch. 2 Holiness as Challenge to Religious Culture 113
I 'Perfection' in the thought of John Wesley 116
II A Second Work of Grace 124
III Holiness or Hell! - Contours of a Radical Cause 140
Ch. 3 John Winebrenner and the 'Come-Out' Option 161
I Origins of the Church of God 163
II 'A Narrower Way' 176
Ch. 4 Daniel Warner and the Battle against 'Babylon' 181
Ch. 5 Conflict and Crisis in the Kingdom of God in Ohio 203
I Denouncing 'Come-Out' Christianity 205
II Creating the Warner Myth 216
III Demonizing the Angel Sarah 223
IV God, the Devil and Warner's Books 234
V Shout at the Devil 271
VI Shadows in the Evening Light 276
Ch. 6 Democracy and Dictatorship: A Gordian Knot 287
App. a Daniel Warner, 'A Fallen Woman' 305
App. b Daniel Warner, 'Soul Cripple City' 313
App. c Charles Naylor, 'The Teachings of D.S. Warner and his Associates' 331
App. d Andrew Byers, 'In Vindication of D.S. Warner and His Work' 342
App. e The hymns of Daniel Warner 347
Bibliography 351
Index 371
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