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Fundamentalism and American culture : the shaping of twentieth century evangelicalism, 1870-1925 /

George M. Marsden.

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Main Author: Marsden, George M.
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 1980.
Topics: Fundamentalism - United States. | Christianity and culture - United States.
Regions: United States.
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Part One: Before fundamentalism -- I. Evangelical America at the brink of crisis -- II. The paths diverge -- III. D.L. Moody and a new American evangelism -- Part Two: The shaping of a coalition -- This age and the millennium -- IV. Prologue: the paradox of revivalist fundamentalism -- V. Two revisions of millennialism -- VI. Dispensationalism and the Baconian ideal -- VII. History, society, and the church -- Holiness -- VIII. The victorious life -- IX. The social dimensions of holiness -- X. "The great reversal" -- XI. Holiness and fundamentalism -- The defense of the faith -- XII. Tremors of controversy -- XIII. Presbyterians and the truth -- XIV. The fundamentals -- Christianity and culture -- XX. Four views Circa 1910 -- 1. This age condemned: the premillennial extreme -- 2. The central tension -- 3. William Jennings Bryan: Christian civilization preserved -- 4. Transforming culture by the Word -- Part Three: The crucial years: 1917-1925 -- XVI. World War I, premillennialism, and American fundamentalism: 1917-1918 -- XVII. Fundamentalism and the cultural crisis: 1919-1920 -- XVIII. The fundamentalist offensive on two fronts: 1920-1921 -- XIX. Would the liberals be driven from the denominations? 1922-1923 -- XX. The offensive stalled and breaking apart: 1924-1925 -- XXI. Epilogue: dislocation, relocation, and resurgence: 1925-1940 -- Part Four: Interpretations -- XXII. Fundamentalism as a social phenomenon -- XXIII. Fundamentalism as a political phenomenon -- XXIV. Fundamentalism as an intellectual phenomenon -- XXV. Fundamentalism as an American phenomenon -- Afterword: History and fundamentalism.
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