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|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
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|ISBN:||9780817357122 0817357122 9780817386146 0817386149|
|Description:||x, 333 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Baptists, church, and state: rejecting establishments, relishing privilege / Bill J. Leonard --
Democratic religion revisited: early Baptists in the American south / Jewel L. Spangler --
Persecution and polemics: baptists and the shaping of the Roger Williams tradition in the nineteenth century / James P. Byrd --
E.Y. Mullins and the siren songs of modernity / Curtis W. Freeman --
The contested legacy of Lottie Moon: southern Baptists, women, and partisan Protestantism / Elizabeth H. Flowers --
Walter Rauschenbusch and the second coming: the social Gospel as Baptist history / Christopher H. Evans --
"I am fundamentally a clergyman, a Baptist preacher": Martin Luther King jr., social Christianity, and the Baptist faith in an era of civil rights / Edward R. Crowther --
"Written that ye may believe": primitive Baptist historiography / John G. Crowley --
Reframing the past: the impact of institutional and ideological agendas on modern interpretations of landmarkism / James A. Patterson --
Is there a river?: Black Baptists, the uses of history, and the long history of the freedom movement / Paul Harvey --
Symbolic History in the Cold War era / Alan Scot Willis --
Southern Baptists and the F-word: a historiography of the Southern Baptist Convention controversy and what it might mean / Barry Hankins.
|Series Title:||Religion and American culture (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)|
|Responsibility:||edited by Keith Harper.|
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