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Evangelicalism

Mark Noll (Ed)David Bebbington (Ed)George Rawlyk (Ed)
Evangelicalism

Evangelicalism

Mark Noll (Ed)David Bebbington (Ed)George Rawlyk (Ed)

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NEWEdited by Mark Noll, David Bebbington, George RawlykHere is a pathbreaking, uniquely comprehensive survey ofevangelicalism, from its emergence in the mid-eighteenthcentury to the present. The contributors compare developmentsin every major region in the English-speaking world,including Australia, and explore the international networksof communication that have given evangelicalism much of itsdistinctive character. 430 pages, from Oxford UniversityPress.

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NEWEdited by Mark Noll, David Bebbington, George RawlykHere is a pathbreaking, uniquely comprehensive survey ofevangelicalism, from its emergence in the mid-eighteenthcentury to the present. The contributors compare developmentsin every major region in the English-speaking world,including Australia, and explore the international networksof communication that have given evangelicalism much of itsdistinctive character. 430 pages, from Oxford UniversityPress.
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I: OriginsJohn Walsh: "Methodism and the Origins of English Speaking Evangelicalism"Susan O'Brien,: "Eighteenth-Century Publishing Networks in the First Years ofTrans-Atlantic Evangelicalism"Harry S. Stout: "George Whitfield in Three Countries"Leigh E. Schmidt: "Time, Celebration, and the Christian Year in EighteenthCentury Evangelicalism"II. The Revolutionary EraMark Noll: "Revolution and the Rise of Evangelical Social Influence in NorthAtlantic Societies"George A. Rawlyk: "A Total Revolution in Religious and Civil Government: TheMaritimes, New England, and the Evolving Evangeliclism Ethos 1776-1812"David Hempton: Evangelicalism in English and Irish Society 1780-1840"III. Nineteenth-Century Evangelical CulturesJohn Wolfe: Anti-Catholicism and Evangelical Identity in Britain and the UnitedStates 1830-1860"Richard Carwardine: "Evangelicals, Politics, and the Coming of the AmericanCivil War: A Trans-Atlantic Perspective"Michael Gauvreau: "The Empire of Evangelicalism: Varieties of Common Sense inScotland, Canada, and the United States"Marguerite Van Die: "The Double Vision: Evangelical Piety as Derivative andIndigenous in Victorian English Canada"IV. RegionsSamuel S. Hill: "Northern and Southern Varieties of American Evangelicalism"Stuart Piggin: The American and British Contributions to Evangelicalism inAustralia"Andrew Walls, University of Edinburgh: "The Evangelical Revival, The MissionaryMovement, and Africa"V. The Twentieth CenturyIan S. Rennie: "Fundamentalism and the Varieties of North AtlanticEvangelicalism"Edith L. Blumhofer: "Trans-Atlantic Currents in North Atlantic Pentecostelism"David Bebbington: "Evangelicalism in its Settings: The British and AmericanMovements Since 1940"David Wells: On Being Evangelical: Some Theological Differences andSimilarities"Editors' Afterword: "The Generations of Scholarship"
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I: Origins "Methodism and the Origins of English Speaking Evangelicalism", John Walsh "Eighteenth-Century Publishing Networks in the First Years of Trans-Atlantic Evangelicalism", Susan O'Brien, "George Whitfield in Three Countries", Harry S. Stout "Time, Celebration, and the Christian Year in Eighteenth Century Evangelicalism", Leigh E. Schmidt II. The Revolutionary Era "Revolution and the Rise of Evangelical Social Influence in North Atlantic Societies", Mark Noll "A Total Revolution in Religious and Civil Government: The Maritimes, New England, and the Evolving Evangeliclism Ethos 1776-1812", George A. Rawlyk Evangelicalism in English and Irish Society 1780-1840", David Hempton III. Nineteenth-Century Evangelical Cultures Anti-Catholicism and Evangelical Identity in Britain and the United States 1830-1860", John Wolfe "Evangelicals, Politics, and the Coming of the American Civil War: A Trans-Atlantic Perspective", Richard Carwardine "The Empire of Evangelicalism: Varieties of Common Sense in Scotland, Canada, and the United States", Michael Gauvreau "The Double Vision: Evangelical Piety as Derivative and Indigenous in Victorian English Canada", Marguerite Van Die IV. Regions "Northern and Southern Varieties of American Evangelicalism", Samuel S. Hill The American and British Contributions to Evangelicalism in Australia", Stuart Piggin "The Evangelical Revival, The Missionary Movement, and Africa", Andrew Walls, University of Edinburgh V. The Twentieth Century "Fundamentalism and the Varieties of North Atlantic Evangelicalism", Ian S. Rennie "Trans-Atlantic Currents in North Atlantic Pentecostelism", Edith L. Blumhofer "Evangelicalism in its Settings: The British and American Movements Since 1940", David Bebbington On Being Evangelical: Some Theological Differences and Similarities", David Wells Editors' Afterword: "The Generations of Scholarship"
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The first comparative history of one of the most dynamic popular religious movements in recent times, Evangelicalism offers a uniquely comprehensive survey of this complex phenomenon from its emergence in the mid-eighteenth century to the present. International in scope, the book includes essays by leading American, Canadian, English, Irish, Scottish, and Australian scholars and compares developments in every major region in the English-speaking world. The contributors examine the many ways that evangelicalism has been shaped by its popular nature, and explore the international networks of communication that have given it much of its distinctive character, from trans-Atlantic publishing networks in the eighteenth century to mass-marketing campaigns in the twentieth, and covering a wide range of other influences and trends, including Methodism, the legacy of George Whitefield, the American Civil War, anti-Catholicism, religious and civil revolution, and Pentecostalism. Based on path-br
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Meet the Authors

Mark Noll (Ed)

Mark A. Noll (Ph.D., Vanderbilt University) is Francis McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is advisory editor for Books & Culture and subeditor for the new Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Noll's main academic interests concern the interaction of Christianity and culture in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Anglo-American societies. He has published articles and reviews on a wide variety of subjects involving Christianity in modern history. Some of his many books include The Civil War as a Theological Crisis, Is the Reformation Over?, The Rise of Evangelicalism: The Age of Edwards, Whitefield and the Wesleys; The Old Religion in a New World and most recently The New Shape of World Christianity.

David Bebbington (Ed)

Bebbington is senior lecturer in history at the University of Stirling, Scotland. He earned his Ph.D. from Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.

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  • Catalogue Code 65569
  • Product Code 0195083636
  • EAN 9780195083637
  • Pages 445
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Oxford University Press
  • Publication Date Jan 1994
  • Dimensions 230 x 150 x 29 mm
  • Weight 0.627kg

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