The Columbia Documentary History Of Religion In America Since 1945

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The Columbia Documentary History of Religion in America includes:
Dorothy Day, "Our Brothers, the Communists"Ronald Reagan, "National Association of Evangelicals; Remarks at the Annual Convention in Orlando, Florida"Allen Ginsberg, "A Blake Experience"Shirley MacLaine, Going WithinShunryu Suzuki, "Posture"Martin Luther King Jr., "Letter from Birmingham City Jail"Malcolm X, Autobiography of Malcolm XCésar A. Chávez, "The Mexican-American and the Church"Vine Deloria Jr., God is RedMary Daly, Gyn/EcologyCynthia Ozick, Judith Plaskow, and Elsye Goldstein on Jewish feminist theologyStarhawk, "Witchcraft and Women's Culture"Patrick J. Buchanan, "1992 Republican National Convention Speech"Billy Graham, "Angels in Our Lives Today"Jason E. McBride, "Goths for Jesus"Harvey Cox, Fire from HeavenRalph Reed, Active FaithBarbara Brown Taylor, "Vishnu's Almonds"Saraji Umm Zaid, "Make Way for Women! Why Your Mosques Should Be Woman Friendly"Jerry Falwell, "A Biblical Look Into the 21st Century" Tikkun Magazine writers, "Religious Visions for the New Millennium"

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Editorial Reviews

American Reference Books Annual - Stephen J. Shaw

This is a welcome and much-needed book... It provides texture and depth to lesser-known elements of the spiritual walk.

Church History - Charles H. Lippy

Harvey and Goff have done a great service in assembling these sources. Their collection deserves to receive wide use.

Religious Studies Review - Mark Hulsether

An excellent teaching resource.

American Reference Books Annual
This is a welcome and much-needed book... It provides texture and depth to lesser-known elements of the spiritual walk.

— Stephen J. Shaw

Church History
Harvey and Goff have done a great service in assembling these sources. Their collection deserves to receive wide use.

— Charles H. Lippy

Religious Studies Review
An excellent teaching resource.

— Mark Hulsether

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Meet the Author

Paul Harvey is professor of history at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and the author of Freedom's Coming: Religious Culture and the Shaping of the South from the Civil War Through the Civil Rights Era.Philip Goff is professor of religious studies and director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Culture at Indiana University-Purdue University.

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Table of Contents

Religion in Cold War America: Cultures and CounterculturesMainline Religion and the Cold WarReligion and the CountercultureGender, Race, and Politics in American Religion Since 1945Religion and the Civil Rights MovementReligion and GenderPolitics and Religion Since the 1960sReligion and American Life in the United States: To the MillenniumPopular ReligionRevitalization Movements in American Christianity: Pentecostalism, Megachurches, Charismatic Movements, the New Religious Right, and the New Social GospelNew Immigrant CommunitiesReligion, the New Age, and the New Millennium

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