While God Is Marching On The Religious World of Civil War Soldiers
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Description: The American Civil War not only pitted brother against brother but Christian against Christian. This is a study of soldiers' religious beliefs and how they influenced the course of that tragic conflict. It shows how Christian teaching and practice shaped the worldview of soldiers on both sides.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $22.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
Publication date: 10/2/2001
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|The Religious Heritage and Beliefs of the Civil War Soldiers|
|"In Such a Country as This" Christianity in America Before the Civil War|
|"A Merciful Providence" The Actions of a Sovereign God|
|"In the Light of God's Throne and the Presence of Jesus" The Life to Come|
|"Peace with God" The Way of Salvation|
|"His Grace Is Ever Sufficient for Me" The Christian Life|
|The Civil War Soldiers, Their Religion, and the Conflict|
|"We Are the Sword in the Hand of God" Northern Christians View the Early Stages of the War|
|"God Has Favored Our Cause" Southern Christians View the Early Stages of the War|
|"The Boys Love Him as a Father" Civil War Chaplains|
|"To Labor for the Souls of Their Fellow-Men" Army Missionaries and the U.S. Christian Commission|
|"In the Thickest of the Fight" Religion in the Camp and on the Battlefield, 1861-1862|
|"A Great Revolution Has Been Wrought" Religion in the Camp and on the Battlefield, 1862-1863|
|"If We Fall on the Field of Strife" Religion in the Camp and on the Battlefield, 1864-1865|
|"God Has Chastened Us" Northern Christians View the Concluding Stages of the War|
|"The Lord Has Forsaken His People" Southern Christians View the Concluding Stages of the War|
|"We Shall Not Easily Forget" The Soldiers' Religion and the Impact of the Civil War|