5 edition of Religion and American life found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Anne T. Fraker.|
|Contributions||Fraker, Anne T., 1946-|
|LC Classifications||Z7757.U5 R45 1989, BL2525 R45 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||88019933|
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Beginning with the state of religious affairs in both the Old and New Worlds on the eve of colonization and continuing through to the present, the book covers all the major American /5(17). Now, in the new paperback edition of Religion in American Life, three of the country's most eminent historians of religion offer a superb overview that spans four centuries, illuminating the rich spiritual heritage central to nearly every event in our nation's history.
Jon Butler begins by describing the state of religious affairs in both Brand: Oxford University Press. Religion and American Political Life (RenewedMinds) by Corwin Smidt (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 4/4(1). In Religion in American Life: A Short History, three historians divide the religious history of America into three sections in an attempt to demonstrate how in spite of a society lacking uniform beliefs, religionbeliefs in supernatural powers, forces, and beingspowerfully shaped the peoples and society of the United States/5.
Now, in the new paperback edition of Religion in American Life, three of the country's most eminent historians of religion offer a superb overview /5(2). Religion in American Life explores the evolution, character, and dynamic of organized religion in America from to the present day.
Written by distinguished historians of religion, these books weave together the varying stories that compose the religious fabric of the United States, from Puritanism Religion and American life book alternative religious practices.
(America Magazine) Patrick Allitt of Emory University has written a very impressive book, Religion in America Since A History.
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This "short history" of American religion is actually quite ambitious, tracing religion in the United States from European colonization up to the 21st.
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Review The Religion and American life book in American Life, edited by Philip Goff, Arthur E. Farnsley II, and Peter J. Thuesen, is an interdisciplinary collection of essays on how individuals and groups have used the bible throughout American history.
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The American Religion: The Emergence of the Post-Christian Nation (; second edition ) is a book by literary critic Harold Bloom, in which the author covers the topic of religion in the United States from a perspective which he calls religious : Harold Bloom.
This new edition of Religion in American Life, written by three of the country's most eminent historians of religion, offers a superb overview that spans four centuries, illuminating the rich spiritual heritage central to nearly every event in our nation's history.
Each chapter begins with a summary of law and policy and ends with a set of recommendations on how to defend religious freedom and promote a healthy role for religion in American public life. She gives permission in the introduction simply to read these summaries and recommendations.
The Religion and American Culture book series by multiple authors includes books The Churches of Christ in the 20th Century: Homer Hailey's Personal Journey of Faith (Religion & American Culture), Unitarianism in the Antebellum South: The Other Invisible Institution (Religion & American Culture), Show Us How You Do It: Marshall Keeble and the Rise of Black Churches of Christ in the United.
The parts of the book that form a straightforward essay on religion in America are wise, sympathetic, and vividly written. But his weaving of this account into the story of France's long obsession with America is fascinating in its own right, and casts light on the larger : Revised and updated, the book includes expanded treatment of religion during the Great Depression, of the religious influences on the civil rights movement, and of utopian groups in the 19th century, and it now covers the role of religion during the presidential election, observing how completely religion has entered American politics.
Ronald Reagan's An American life inspired me with its in depth details of all the challenges President Reagan had to over come. This book will take you through the whole life of this incredible man.
You will go through the struggles he had in his teen life/5. Religion Online is designed to assist teachers, scholars and general “seekers” who are interested in exploring religious issues. Its aim is to develop an extensive library of resources, representing many different points of view, but all written from the perspective of sound scholarship.
Religion—beliefs in supernatural powers, forces, and beings—powerfully shaped the peoples and society that would become the United States. That this happened in a society lacking any official national church after American independence in is one of the central themes of Religion in American Life: A Short History.
This book offers a. From Brigham Young's skirmishes with the federal government over polygamy to the Mormon involvement in California's Proposition 8, contributors combine sociology, political science, race and gender studies, and popular culture to track Mormonism's rapid integration into American life.
The book takes a broad view of the religion's history, considering its treatment of women and African Americans 4/5(3). Religion and American Culture challenges the religion's traditional emphasis on older European, American, male, middle-class, Protestant, northeastern narratives concerned primarily with churches and theology.
Breaking through the field with multicultural tales of Native American, African Americans and other groups that cut across boundaries of gender, class, religion and region, David Hackett. Accessible and wide-ranging, Religion in American Life illuminates the rich spiritual heritage central to nearly every event in American history.
Jon Butler begins by describing the state of religious affairs in both the Old and New Worlds on the eve of colonization. Recent immigration is changing American religion. No longer only a Protestant, Christian, or even Judeo-Christian nation, the United States is increasingly home to religious traditions from Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America.
The history, spirit, and institutions of Protestantism often shape the beliefs and practices of new immigrants and their societies of faith. Winner of the National Book Award in and simultaneously magisterial and limpid, Ahlstrom wrote at a time when historians were expanding the story of American religion beyond Puritans and Protestants to include the history of Catholics and Jews in America and even the coming of the "New Age.".
Religion has played a complex, vibrant, and multifaceted role in our nation's history. One of the most effective ways to help students explore its vitality is through primary sources.
American Religions: A Documentary History is the only one-volume, up-to-date collection of primary sources available for American religious history courses/5.
Revised and updated, the book includes expanded treatment of religion during the Great Depression, of the religious influences on the civil rights movement, and of utopian groups in the 19th century, and it now covers the role of religion during the presidential election, observing how completely religion has entered American politics.
Religion played a major role in the American Revolution by offering a moral sanction for opposition to the British--an assurance to the average American that revolution was justified in the sight of God. As a recent scholar has observed, "by turning colonial resistance into a righteous cause, and by.
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A layman re-examines and appraises the meaning of two vital facets of the traditional American way of life. Since our subject is religion and its place in American life, we must start with these questions: What is religion.
What is American life. There are many concepts of each, with wide divergences of meaning and : Ben Moreell. Religious freedom is one of the most prized liberties of the American people, a fact that strikes some people as incongruous if they think of the United States as a secular society.
That very phrase, however, is misleading, in that it implies a society in which religion and religious ideals are absent, and secular values alone govern daily conduct. The book won the Distinguished Book Award of the American Sociological Association's Section on Sociology of Religion.
 Bellah is best known for his book Habits of the Heart, which discusses how religion contributes to and detracts from America's common good, and for his studies of religious and moral issues and their connection to Alma mater: Harvard University.
In this study, A. James Reichley places religion and politics within a conceptual framework that considers the values in which both are rooted and examines, in light of that framework, the actual impact of religion and religious groups on American public life.
Religion is one of many recurring themes on the American animated television series The Simpsons. Much of the series' religious humor satirizes aspects of Christianity and religion in general. However, some episodes, such as "Bart Sells His Soul" and "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily", can be interpreted as having a spiritual show has been both praised and criticized by atheists.
The culmination of that work is a new book, "The Bible in American Life," published by Oxford University Press. Philip Goff, Arthur E. Farnsley II and Peter J.
Thuesen served as co-editors and the driving forces behind the book, which explores how the. This collection of essays from a special issue of American Quarterly explores the complex and sometimes contradictory ways that religion matters in contemporary public life.
Religion and Politics in the Contemporary United States offers a groundbreaking, cross-disciplinary conversation between scholars in American studies and religious studies.
The contributors explore numerous modes. “We are,” said Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, “a religious people,” and his observation is continually borne out in every aspect of American public life. Religiou. In a survey pdf by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life, the African-American population was found pdf be more religious than the U.S.
population as a whole, with 87% of its members being affiliated with a religion, and 79% of them saying that "religion is very important in their life", in contrast to 83% and 56% of the whole US. population, most of which is Christian.The Native American way of life and religion The way of life of Native Americans was based on cooperation to keep their society together.
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