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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 102 citing The Story of Religion in America.

American Exceptionalism

Deborah L. Madsen - Exceptionalism - 1998 - 186 pages
American Exceptionalism provides an accessible yet comprehensive historical account of one of the most important concepts underlying modern theories of American cultural ...
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Kinship and Pilgrimage: Rituals of Reunion in American Protestant Culture

Gwen Kennedy Neville - Religion - 2005 - 162 pages
In this cultural anthropological study of Reformed Protestantism, Neville argues that the Catholic custom of making pilgrimages to sacred spots has been replaced by the custom ...
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Communism and the Churches

Ralph Lord Roy - Communism - 1960 - 495 pages
Documented account of Communist penetration into Protestant, Catholic, and Greek Orthodox churches of America.
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The Chautauqua Movement: An Episode in the Continuing American ..., Part 1961

Joseph Edward Gould - History - 1961 - 108 pages
From its inception in 1874 down to the close of World War I, the widespread popularity of the Chautauqua movement constituted one of the most dramatic episodes in the history ...
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The Meek and the Militant: Religion and Power Across the World

Paul N. Siegel - Political Science - 2005 - 313 pages
'Everyone knows that Marx wrote 'religion is the opium of the people,' but all too frequently this aphorism is regarded as exhausting what he and Engels had to say on the ...
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