The Evangelical repository Vol 1 new

The Evangelical repository  Vol  1  new Author
ISBN-10 OXFORD:555009294
Release 1874
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The Evangelical Repository

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ISBN-10 HARVARD:AH6GJH
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The Evangelical repository and Sunday school institute magazine

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ISBN-10 OXFORD:590346650
Release 1840
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The Nature and Instrument of Regeneration

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ISBN-10 UOM:39015063636784
Release 1843
Pages 252
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The Religious Monitor and Evangelical Repository

The Religious Monitor  and Evangelical Repository Author
ISBN-10 UVA:X000235047
Release 1836
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Includes the minutes of the annual meeting of the Associate Synod of North America.



New Serial Titles

New Serial Titles Author
ISBN-10 OSU:32435031110208
Release 1989
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Alphabetical register of all the authors actually living in Great Britain Ireland and in the United Provinces of North America with a catalogue of their publications

Alphabetical register of all the authors actually living in Great Britain  Ireland and in the United Provinces of North America  with a catalogue of their publications Author Jeremias David Reuss
ISBN-10 UOM:39015074633994
Release 1804
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Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate

Evangelical Magazine and Gospel Advocate Author
ISBN-10 HARVARD:AH6MWK
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Allies for Armageddon

Allies for Armageddon Author Victoria Clark
ISBN-10 0300116985
Release 2007
Pages 331
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Guided by a literal reading of the prophetic sections of the Bible, Christian Zionists are convinced that the world is hurtling toward a final Battle of Armageddon. They believe that war in the Middle East is God’s will for the region. In this timely book, Victoria Clark first explores the 400-year history of this powerful political ideology, laying to rest the idea that Christian Zionism is a passing craze or the province of a lunatic fringe. Then Clark surveys the contemporary Christian Zionist scene in Israel and in the United States, where the influence of the religious fundamentalists has never been greater. Clark engages with Christian Zionism directly, interviewing leaders, attending events, and traveling with Christian Zionists in the Holy Land. She also investigates the Christian Zionist presence in Israel. She finds that the view through the Christian Zionist lens is dangerously simple: President Bush’s War on Terror is a mythic battle between good and evil, and Syria and Iran represent the powers of darkness. Such views are far from rare—an estimated fifteen to twenty million Americans share them. Almost one in three Americans believes Israel was given to the Jews by God as a prelude to the Battle of Armageddon and Jesus’ Second Coming. Clark concludes with an assessment of Christian Zionists’ impact on American foreign policy in the Middle East and on America’s relationships with European allies since the attacks of 9/11.



The Christian Reformer Or New Evangelical Miscellany

The Christian Reformer  Or  New Evangelical Miscellany Author
ISBN-10 MINN:319510009694542
Release 1828
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The New Hampshire Repository

The New Hampshire Repository Author William Cogswell
ISBN-10 CHI:19888601
Release 1846
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The Eclectic review vol 1 New 8th

The Eclectic review  vol  1 New  8th Author
ISBN-10 OXFORD:555020958
Release 1806
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature

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ISBN-10 HARVARD:AH6LPG
Release 1810
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The Soul of Pleasure

The Soul of Pleasure Author David Monod
ISBN-10 9781501703980
Release 2016-04-22
Pages 312
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Show business is today so essential to American culture it's hard to imagine a time when it was marginal. But as David Monod demonstrates, the appetite for amusements outside the home was not "natural": it developed slowly over the course of the nineteenth century. The Soul of Pleasure offers a new interpretation of how the taste for entertainment was cultivated. Monod focuses on the shifting connection between the people who built successful popular entertainments and the public who consumed them. Show people discovered that they had to adapt entertainment to the moral outlook of Americans, which they did by appealing to sentiment. The Soul of Pleasure explores several controversial forms of popular culture—minstrel acts, burlesques, and saloon variety shows—and places them in the context of changing values and perceptions. Far from challenging respectability, Monod argues that entertainments reflected and transformed the audience’s ideals. In the mid-nineteenth century, sentimentality not only infused performance styles and the content of shows but also altered the expectations of the theatergoing public. Sentimental entertainment depended on sensational effects that produced surprise, horror, and even gales of laughter. After the Civil War the sensational charge became more important than the sentimental bond, and new forms of entertainment gained in popularity and provided the foundations for vaudeville, America’s first mass entertainment. Ultimately, it was American entertainment’s variety that would provide the true soul of pleasure.



Hume s Reception in Early America

Hume  s Reception in Early America Author Mark G. Spencer
ISBN-10 9781474269032
Release 2017-02-23
Pages 800
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Hume's Reception in Early America: Expanded Edition brings together the original American responses to one of Britain's greatest men of letters, David Hume. Now available as a single volume paperback, this new edition includes updated further readings suggestions and dozens of additional primary sources gathered together in a completely new concluding section. From complete pamphlets and booklets, to poems, reviews, and letters, to extracts from newspapers, religious magazines and literary and political journals, this book's contents come from a wide variety of sources published in colonial America and the early United States between 1758 and 1850. As well as classics by Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and Alexander Hamilton, it contains scores of unknown and hard-to-locate items, many of which have not been reprinted since their original publication. These responses are divided into four parts covering Hume's Essays; his Philosophical Writings; his History of England; and his Character and Death. Each of those parts has a separate introductory essay, and every selection is introduced by a short headnote that sets the piece in its historical context and provides bibliographical references. Packed with new insights into Hume and American thought and culture, Hume's Reception in Early America reveals the relevance and impact of Hume on American political, philosophical, historical, religious, and aesthetic debates.



Founding Sins

Founding Sins Author Joseph S. Moore
ISBN-10 9780190269265
Release 2015-09-15
Pages 272
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The Covenanters, now mostly forgotten, were America's first Christian nationalists. For two centuries they decried the fact that, in their view, the United States was not a Christian nation because slavery was in the Constitution but Jesus was not. Having once ruled Scotland as a part of a Presbyterian coalition, they longed to convert America to a holy Calvinist vision in which church and state united to form a godly body politic. Their unique story has largely been submerged beneath the histories of the events in which they participated and the famous figures with whom they interacted, making them the most important religious movement in American history that no one remembers. Despite being one of North America's smallest religious sects, the Covenanters found their way into every major revolt. They were God's rebels--just as likely to be Patriots against Britain as they were to be Whiskey Rebels against the federal government. As the nation's earliest and most avowed abolitionists, they had a significant influence on the fight for emancipation. In Founding Sins, Joseph S. Moore examines this forgotten history, and explores how Covenanters profoundly shaped American's understandings of the separation of church and state. While modern arguments about America's Christian founding usually come from the right, the Covenanters have a more complicated legacy. They fought for an explicitly Christian America in the midst of what they saw as a secular state that failed the test of Christian nationhood. But they did so on behalf of a cause--abolition--that is traditionally associated with the left. Though their attempts to insert God into the Constitution ultimately failed, Covenanters set the acceptable limits for religion in politics for generations to come.



Religion and the Antebellum Debate Over Slavery

Religion and the Antebellum Debate Over Slavery Author John R. McKivigan
ISBN-10 0820320765
Release 1998
Pages 391
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Essays discuss proslavery arguments in the churches, the urge toward compromise and unity, the coming of schisms in the various denominations, and the role of local conditions in determining policies