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Perspectives on American Methodism Interpretive Essays

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ISBN-10: 0687307821

ISBN-13: 9780687307821

Edition: N/A

Authors: Russell E. Richey, Kenneth E. Rowe, Jean M. Schmidt

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These 32 essays (over 500 print pages) accent United Methodism in the United States and the traditions contributory to it. They provide new perspectives and fresh readings on important Methodist topics, including how Methodism appealed to the common folk and how it configured itself as a folk movement. Similar findings derive from the number of essays that explore gender and family. Here also are new readings on spirituality, worship, the diaconate, stewardship, organization, ecumenism, reform, and ordination (male/female; black/white). Less conventional subjects include the relation of Methodism to the American party system and Methodist accumulation of wealth and the wealthy.
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List price: $44.99
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Publication date: 1/1/1993
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 600
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.738
Language: English

He is Associate Dean of Academic programs and Professor of Church History at the Duke University Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina.

He is Professor of History at Drew University and Librarian of the Methodist archives, Madison, New Jersey.

Jean Miller Schmidt is Professor of Modern Church History at Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colorado.

The Founding Period
Evangelical America--The Methodist Ideology
The Attraction of Methodism: The Delmarva Peninsula as a Case Study, 1769-1820
The Doctrines in the Discipline
At Full Liberty: Doctrinal Standards in Early American Methodism
The Sacraments in Early American Methodism
A Comparison of the Doctrines of Ministry of Francis Asbury and Philip William Otterbein
African Methodisms and the Rise of Black Denominationalism
"That Language Might Be Given Me": Women's Experience in Early Methodism
The African Methodists of Philadelphia, 1794-1802
Nineteenth-Century Patterns
Methodist Ministers and the Second Party System
Nineteenth-century Black Women's Spiritual Autobiographies: Religious Faith and Self-Empowerment
Social Religion, the Christian Home, and Republican Spirituality in Antebellum Methodism
And Obey God, Etc.: Methodism and American Indians
Reexamining the Public/Private Split: Reforming the Continent and Spreading Scriptural Holiness
The Emerging Voice of the Methodist Woman: The Ladies' Repository, 1841-61
Rich Methodists: The Rise and Consequences of Lay Philanthropy in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
The Concern for Systematic Theology, 1840-70
From "Christian Perfection" to the "Baptism of the Holy Ghost"
The Ordination of Women: Round One; Anna Oliver and the General Conference of 1880
"For God and Home and Native Land": The W.C.T.U.'s Image of Woman in the Late Nineteenth Century
"A New Impulse": Progress in Lay Leadership and Service by Women of the United Brethren in Christ and the Evangelical Association, 1870-1910
Creating a Sphere for Women: The Methodist Episcopal Church, 1869-1906
Denominational Modernization and Religious Identity: The Case of the Methodist Episcopal Church
The Social Gospel According to Phoebe: Methodist Deaconesses in the Metropolis, 1885-1918
The Twentieth-Century View
Pioneering Social Gospel Radicalism: An Overview of the History of the Methodist Federation for Social Action
The Social Creed and Methodism Through Eighty Years
The Revival of Stewardship and the Creation of the World Service Commission in the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1912-1924
The United Methodist System of Itinerant Ministry
A Critical Analysis of the Ministry Studies Since 1948
United Methodism's Basic Ecumenical Policy
Methodist Worship
History as a Bearer of Denominational Identity: Methodism as a Case Study