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Divided By a Common Heritage (Historical Series Of The Reformed Church In America)

Paperback|Dec 2006
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"Ecclesiastical introspection can lead to banal, partial analysis. But not in this book from four social scientists who have taken a long and discriminating yet loving look at their own denominations. The Hope College and Calvin College authors of this...


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"Ecclesiastical introspection can lead to banal, partial analysis. But not in this book from four social scientists who have taken a long and discriminating yet loving look at their own denominations. The Hope College and Calvin College authors of this book care deeply about the traditions, practices, and convictions of the Reformed Church in America and the Christian Reformed Church. Their skillful use of extensive survey information to chart the current positions of the two church bodies offers a model of clarity for scholars of American religion. For members of the CRC and RCA, the book offers sympathetic insight into the present character of both denominations and their prospects for the future.".^- MARK A. NOLL^University of Notre Dame
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"Ecclesiastical introspection can lead to banal, partial analysis. But not in this book from four social scientists who have taken a long and discriminating yet loving look at their own denominations. The Hope College and Calvin College authors of this book care deeply about the traditions, practices, and convictions of the Reformed Church in America and the Christian Reformed Church. Their skillful use of extensive survey information to chart the current positions of the two church bodies offers a model of clarity for scholars of American religion. For members of the CRC and RCA, the book offers sympathetic insight into the present character of both denominations and their prospects for the future."< P>-- MARK A. NOLL< BR>University of Notre Dame
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 258676
  • Product Code 0802803857
  • EAN 9780802803856
  • Pages 226
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Dec 2006
  • Dimensions 227 x 153 x 16mm
  • Weight 0.376kg

Corwin Smidt

Corwin E. Smidt (Ph.D., University of Iowa) teaches political science at Calvin College and is director of the Paul B. Henry Institute for the Study of Christianity and Politics.

Donald Luidens

Donald A. Luidens is Professor of Sociology at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. He is coeditor of "Reformed Encounters with Modernity: Perspectives from Three Continents".

James M Penning

James Penning is professor of political science at Calvin College.

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