3 edition of American Evangelicals and Religious Diversity (Research in Religion and Education) found in the catalog.
May 30, 2006
by Information Age Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||298|
American Evangelicalism from the Postwar Revival to the New Christian Right Axel R. Schäfer Carefully examining evangelicalism’s internal dynamics, fissures, and coalitions, this book offers an intriguing reinterpretation of the most important development in American religion and politics since World War II. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Christian schools and the implications of identity --A theological overview of American evangelical Protestant Christianity --A historical overview of the American evangelical movement and its role in education --Religion in a .
There may be no group in American society that is more talked about but so little understood as Evangelical Christians. Sometimes dismissed as violent fundamentalists and ignorant flat earthers, few can doubt the political, cultural, and religious significance of the Evangelicals. Barry Hankins puts the Evangelical movement in historical perspective, reaching back to its . The American Historian asked four historians of religion and politics for their analysis of evangelicals' affinity for Trump and of their commitment to the conservative movement more broadly. 1. Recently, historians have produced a “cottage industry” by writing extensively about the Religious Right and the role of evangelicals in mobilizing.
There may be no group in American society that is more talked about but so little understood as Evangelical Christians. Sometimes dismissed as violent fundamentalists and ignorant flat earthers, few can doubt the political, cultural, and religious significance of the Evangelicals. Barry Hankins puts the Evangelical movement in historical perspective, . Free 2-day shipping. Buy American Evangelicals and Religious Diversity (PB) at nd: Kevin M Taylor.
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American Evangelicals and Religious Diversity is a qualitative study of how religion and education intersect at one conservative Christian school.
The school is Evangelical and American. The school's curriculum is bible-based and fulfills its state's educational requirements for high school : Kevin M. Taylor. We are very pleased to present Kevin Taylor's book, American Evangelicals and Religious Diversity as an important part of our series on research on religion and education.
show more Product details. Hankins' book is one of the best and most accessible introductions to the history of American evangelicalism available for undergraduate courses.
(Kurt Peterson Journal of American History) Most [evangelical studies] focus on doctrinal or theological standards and the evolving definitional and identity by: Peter Berger Boston University "American Evangelicals and Religious Diversity is a well-written and impeccably researched work on a topic important both to education and to society as a whole—the role of religious truth in an increasing pluralistic world." Matthew Maruggi University of St.
Prof. Janelle Wong’s “Immigrants, Evangelicals, and Politics in an Era of Demographic Change” (Russell Sage Foundation, ) is the best book I have seen that explores the political impact of the growing Asian American and Latinx Christian evangelical by: 7.
By presenting African American Protestantism in the context of white Protestant fundamentalism, Doctrine and Race: African American Evangelicals and Fundamentalism between the Wars demonstrates that African American Protestants were acutely aware of the manner in which white Christianity operated and how they could use that knowledge to justify Cited by: 1.
This book provides concrete guidance for working effectively with clients from a wide range of religious backgrounds, including all of the main Christian denominations found in the United States as well as Judaism, Islam, Eastern traditions, and the ethnic-centered spirituality of African-American, Latino, and American Indian : The diversity of American evangelicals and the quarrels within the movement have been rendered stark by Trump’s election, but they hardly arose in And a presidential election, which gives voters a binary choice, offers a misleading kind of clarity.
Although he does not in this book formally exchange the role of the philosopher of religions and epistemologist for that of the Christian theologian of religions, he does attempt to establish an epistemological basis for the theology-of-religions claim that “Christianity is the true religion” (39,chapter 6).
Evangelical supporters of Donald Trump praying at a rally in Florida in this undated photo. | (Photo: Reuters/Carlo Allegri) White evangelical protestants are the only religious demographic in the United States in which the majority views immigrants as a "threat" to American values and sees the country's increasing racial diversity as a bad thing, a new.
His new book, American Evangelicals Today, is the most comprehensive, insightful and perceptive book on the topic, the first source I’ll recommend to students interested in the subject. A masterful summary of his long career as a pioneer in the social scientific study of evangelical Protestants, the book is a by: A plethora of religious iconography fill the National Museum of American History's new exhibit, Religion in Early America.
From left to right, an 18th century Torah scroll, a 17th century Catholic. First, Evangelicals are not keeping pace with America’s racial diversity It is a widely accepted statistical fact that the racial makeup of the United States is rapidly changing. Inabout seven in ten people living in the United States are non-Hispanic whites.
Handbook of Psychotherapy and Religious Diversity summarizes the core beliefs of Catholics; Protestants; Evangelicals; LDS; Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jews; Seventh-day Adventists; Muslims; Buddhists and Hindus, as well as those of the "ethnic-centered spirituality" of blacks, Hispanics, Asian Americans and American Indians.
It goes a big step further, with Pages: Peter Wehner: The deepening crisis in evangelical Christianity. Kidd begins his book with a concise but assured history of the evangelical movement, from its origins in 18th-century England. that there is a recognized diversity among evangelicals that is political as well as racial and national.
And the reality on the ground is that many political issues that thechurches have taken up are hard to categorize politically. Such is the american evangelicals, the changing global religious environment, and foreign policy activismCited by: 1.
Journal Of American History. Most [evangelical studies] focus on doctrinal or theological standards and the evolving definitional and identity crisis.
Barry Hankins's American Evangelicals breaks in some ways with this pattern, offering instead a more historical approach to evangelical Christianity within the United StatesBrand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
In fact, what most distinguishes white American evangelicals from other Christians, other religious groups, and nonbelievers is not theology but politics. White evangelicals in the early 21st century display attitudes about issues such as race, war, and immigration that differentiate them from other religious groups.
A new book by professors Robert Putnam and David Campbell seeks to examine some of the changes. It's called American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us. The Nones. One of the biggest changes over the past 20 years has been that more and more Americans, when polled, cite no religious affiliation at all.
The Evangelicals is a high quality of Evangelical and related enthusiastic religious movements in US history. It reads like a fine There are some authors for whom I will move their new works to the top of my queue because I know it will be worth it/5. Courses in African-American theology have been on the books at moderate evangelical seminaries since the s.
But it is significant that Mr. Strickland has brought a thinker like Dr. Cone into. There is a tough road ahead, as American evangelicalism will likely spend the next couple of decades fighting with the very people we are trying to reach in the process of changing our sub-culture.Evangelicalism is a movement which includes a diversity of denominations, beliefs, practices, and traditions, and the Great Awakening played a major role in setting such a trajectory.
Sweeney’s treatment of the Second Great Awakening demonstrates the diversity within this period of revivals.