Reimagining denominationalism : interpretive essays /

Other Authors: Mullin, Robert Bruce., Richey, Russell E.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1994.
Series: Religion in America series (Oxford University Press)
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Table of Contents:
  • The death and rebirth of denominational history / Henry Warner Bowden
  • Denominational studies in the reshaping of American religious history / William R. Hutchison
  • The people as well as the prelates : a social history of a denomination / Jay P. Dolan
  • Denominationalism and the Black church / Laurie F. Maffly-Kipp
  • Denominations and denominationalism : an American morphology / Russell E. Richey
  • The question of denominational histories in the United States : dead end or creative beginning? / Charles H. Long
  • Denominations : who and what are we studying? / Nancy T. Ammerman
  • "Have you ever prayed to Saint Jude?" : reflections on fieldwork in Catholic Chicago / Robert A. Orsi
  • Denominations as bilingual communities / Robert Bruce Mullin
  • Remembering, recovering, and inventing what being the people of God means : reflections on method in the scholarly writing of denominational history / Jan Shipps
  • Denominational history when gender is the focus : women in American Methodism / Jean Miller Schmidt
  • Reform, conservative, and Orthodox Judaism in America : is there an alternative to denominationalism? / Marc Lee Raphael
  • African Methodisms and the rise of Black denominationalism / Will B. Gravely
  • Presbyterians and the mystique of organizational efficiency, 1870-1936 / James H. Moorhead
  • "Denominational" colleges in antebellum America? : a case study of Presbyterians and Methodists in the South / Bradley J. Longfield
  • Denominational history as publ