New Wine in Old Wineskins: Evangelicals and Liberals in a Small-Town Church
Exploring the roots of resurgent evangelicalism in the United States, Stephen Warner tells the story of one small-town church from 1959 to 1982, the Presbyterian Church of Mendocino, California. This book chronicles the actions of the men and women who struggled with and against one another to shape their church.
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A Quarter Century Distilled
The Action in American Protestantism
Sojourn in the Field
The Congregation in the 1950s
The Gathering Storm
Harvest of Souls
Movement and Institution
The Shape of the Vessel
Of Wine and Wineskins
The Evangelical Ethic and the Spirit
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