America's Religions : From Their Origins to the Twenty-First Century (2ND)

America's Religions : From Their Origins to the Twenty-First Century (2ND)

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基本説明

One of the most comprehensive single-volume histories available on the length and breadth of the religious traditions that have taken root in the United States.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Topical Guide to Chapters xv
Introduction: Telling Stories 1 (10)
PART 1: THE TRADITIONS
Oral Traditions 11 (1)
Introduction 11 (1)
The Varieties of Native American Religious 12 (11)
Life
The African Background of New World Religions 23 (6)
The Mediterranean Matrix 28 (1)
Introduction 28 (1)
Judaism and the Emergence of Historical 29 (1)
Religion
The Jewish Tradition 29 (7)
From the Religion of the Hebrews to the 36 (11)
Restoration of Israel
Christianity East and West 47 (1)
The Eastern Orthodox Tradition 47 (8)
The Roman Catholic Tradition 55 (9)
Western Catholicism from the Time of 64 (13)
Constantine
The Reformation Era: The Sundering of 76 (1)
Western Christendom and the Emergence of
the Protestant Traditions
Introduction 76 (1)
The Lutheran Tradition 77 (9)
The Anglican Tradition 86 (8)
Calvinism and the Reformed Tradition 94 (6)
The Radical Reformation and the Anabaptist 100(5)
Tradition
PART 2: EARLY AMERICA: EUROPEANS, COLONIALS,
AND TRADITIONAL PEOPLES BEFORE THE REVOLUTION
Introduction 103(2)
Colonial Anglicans 105(2)
New England Puritans 107(12)
Presbyterians and Other Reformed Churches 119(9)
The Society of Friends (Quakers) 128(7)
John Wesley and the Rise of Methodism 135(4)
The Great Awakening and the Baptist Tradition 139(9)
The Origins of Modern Religious Liberalism 148(5)
Anabaptists and Pietists in Pennsylvania 153(5)
Jews and Catholics in Early America 158(5)
Christian Missions to the North American 163(14)
Indians
PART 3: RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY FORMATION IN THE
NEW REPUBLIC
Introduction 175(2)
Toward Independence 177(1)
The Revolution and the Constitution 177(4)
White Evangelicalism 181(1)
The Second Great Awakenings (s) 181(9)
Moral Reform, Antislavery, and Civil War 190(9)
The Culture of Antebellum Evangelicalism 199(9)
Alternative Protestant Patterns 208(1)
Lituragical Protestantism: Lutherans and 208(8)
Episcopalians in Changing Worlds
Religion in the Slave Community 216(4)
``Freedom's Ferment'': New Religious 220(1)
Movements
Unitarianism, Transcendentalism, and 220(6)
Universalism
New World Space and Time: Restorationist, 226(9)
Millennial, and Communitarian Movements
New World Revelation: Joseph Smith and the 235(10)
Rise of the Mormons
PART 4: THE END OF THE FRONTIER AND THE RISE OF
THE CITY
Introduction 243(2)
The Adjustments of Protestantism 245(1)
Victorian Evangelicals 245(10)
Protestant Liberalism and the Social Gospel 255(9)
Anglican Renaissance 264(5)
Reactions to Modernity: Fundamentalism, 269(13)
Holiness, Pentecostalism
Religion in the South 282(10)
Traditions in Transition: European 292(1)
Immigrants
American Catholicism: From Ethnic Pluralism 292(10)
to Institutional Unity
Eastern Christianity in America 302(6)
Ethnic Diversity and Denominationalism in 308(7)
American Judiasm
Old and New Frontiers 315(1)
Native American New Religions 315(7)
Black Nationalism and New Urban Religions 322(6)
Health, Wealth, and Metaphysics 328(17)
PART 5: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: FURTHER
ENCOUNTERS WITH MODERNITY AND PLURALISM
Introduction 343(2)
Neo-Orthodoxy and Ecumenism: The Foundations 345(10)
of ``Mainline'' Protestantism
``Mainline'' Protestantism in the Later 355(20)
Twentieth Century
Conservative Protestantism: Culture and 375(14)
Politics
Mormons and the ``Mainstream'' 389(9)
Traditions and Structures in the American 398(5)
Jewish Community
Jewish Identity and Jewish Culture in 403(11)
Twentieth-Century America
Vatican II and End of the Catholic ``Ghetto'' 414(7)
Roman Catholic Education, Thought, and Culture 421(10)
The Religions of Spanish-Speaking Peoples 431(9)
African American Christianity: ``Eyes on the 440(8)
Prize''
Islam in the United States 448(9)
Asian Traditions and American Transformations 457(20)
Liberalism, Radicalism, and Secularism 477(10)
Popular Religion in New Keys 487(16)
Conclusion: Has American Religion Changed 503(10)
during the Past Century?
Bibliography 513(58)
Index 571