America's Religions: Traditions and Cultures
The coverage of all religious groups is extensive. KEY TOPICS: The book includes background information about cultural influences on American religions. Also includes a chronological survey of the development of religion in the United States from colonial beginnings to the present.
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Lutheranism The Evangelical Church 8 26 42 43
Methodism The Wesleyan Tradition 16 17 2325 27 31 32 34
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