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The Resource The lively experiment : religious toleration in America from Roger Williams to the present, [edited by] Chris Beneke and Christopher S. Grenda ; foreword by Jon Butler

The lively experiment : religious toleration in America from Roger Williams to the present, [edited by] Chris Beneke and Christopher S. Grenda ; foreword by Jon Butler

Label
The lively experiment : religious toleration in America from Roger Williams to the present
Title
The lively experiment
Title remainder
religious toleration in America from Roger Williams to the present
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Chris Beneke and Christopher S. Grenda ; foreword by Jon Butler
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
201/.50973
Index
index present
LC call number
BL2525
LC item number
.L585 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Beneke, Chris
  • Grenda, Christopher S.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • United States
  • Religious tolerance
  • Religions
Label
The lively experiment : religious toleration in America from Roger Williams to the present, [edited by] Chris Beneke and Christopher S. Grenda ; foreword by Jon Butler
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Teresa Bejan
  • Part II: Toleration, Revival, and Enlightenment in the Long Eighteenth Century
  • Muslims, Toleration, and Civil Rights, from Roger Williams to Thomas Jefferson
  • Denise Spellberg
  • "An encroachment on our religious rights" : Methodist Missions, Slavery, and Religious Toleration in the British Atlantic World
  • Christopher C. Jones
  • "Between God and our own Souls" : The Discussion over Toleration in Eighteenth-Century America
  • Keith Pacholl
  • Part III: Divisions Within : Protestants and Catholics in the New Nation
  • "Enlightened, Tolerant, and Liberal" : Mathew Carey, Catholicism and Religious Freedom in the New Republic.
  • Part I: Roger Williams and the Seventeenth-Century's Lively Experiments
  • Nicholas Pellegrino
  • Making an American Church : Communal Toleration and Republican Governance in Early National Charleston and New York
  • Susanna Linsley
  • The Nineteenth-Century "School Question" : An Episode in Religious Intolerance or an Expansion of Religious Freedom?
  • Steven K. Green
  • Part IV: Pluralism and Its Discontents : Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Contests Over Religious Difference
  • "There is no such thing as a reverend of no church" : Incarcerated Children, Nonsectarian Religion, and Freedom of Worship in Gilded Age New York City
  • Jacob Betz
  • The Cost of Inclusion : Interfaith Unity and Intra-Faith Division in the Formation of Protestant-Catholic-Jewish America
  • David Mislin
  • How Special was Rhode Island? The Global Context of the 1663 Charter
  • Dog Tags : Religious Toleration and the Politics of American Military Identification
  • Ronit Stahl
  • Part V: Ecumenism's Paradoxes : Religious Dissent and the Redefinition of the Modern Religious Mainstream
  • "This Is a Mighty Warfare that We Are Engaged In" : Pentecostals in Early Twentieth-Century New England
  • Evelyn Sterne
  • How the Persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses Changed American Law and Religion
  • Shawn Francis Peters
  • The First Mormon Moment : The Latter-Day Saints in American Culture 1940-65
  • Christine Hutchison-Jones
  • The National Council of Churches versus Right-Wing Radio : How the Mainline Muted the New Christian Right
  • Evan Haefeli
  • Paul Matzko
  • Part VI: Civil or Religious? : The New Boundaries of Religious Tolerance
  • Pseudo Religion and Real Religion : The Modern Anti-Cult Movement and Religious Freedom in America
  • James Bennett
  • America Beyond Civil Religion : The Anabaptist Experience
  • Kip Wedel
  • 'Livelie Experiment' and 'Holy Experiment' : Two Trajectories of Religious Liberty
  • Andrew R. Murphy
  • Toleration and Tolerance in Early Modern England
  • Scott Sowerby
  • "When the Word of The Lord Runs Freely" : Roger Williams and Evangelical Toleration
Control code
ocn898066558
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 342 pages
Isbn
9781442248724
Lccn
2014045492
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(Sirsi) 1721281
Label
The lively experiment : religious toleration in America from Roger Williams to the present, [edited by] Chris Beneke and Christopher S. Grenda ; foreword by Jon Butler
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Teresa Bejan
  • Part II: Toleration, Revival, and Enlightenment in the Long Eighteenth Century
  • Muslims, Toleration, and Civil Rights, from Roger Williams to Thomas Jefferson
  • Denise Spellberg
  • "An encroachment on our religious rights" : Methodist Missions, Slavery, and Religious Toleration in the British Atlantic World
  • Christopher C. Jones
  • "Between God and our own Souls" : The Discussion over Toleration in Eighteenth-Century America
  • Keith Pacholl
  • Part III: Divisions Within : Protestants and Catholics in the New Nation
  • "Enlightened, Tolerant, and Liberal" : Mathew Carey, Catholicism and Religious Freedom in the New Republic.
  • Part I: Roger Williams and the Seventeenth-Century's Lively Experiments
  • Nicholas Pellegrino
  • Making an American Church : Communal Toleration and Republican Governance in Early National Charleston and New York
  • Susanna Linsley
  • The Nineteenth-Century "School Question" : An Episode in Religious Intolerance or an Expansion of Religious Freedom?
  • Steven K. Green
  • Part IV: Pluralism and Its Discontents : Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Contests Over Religious Difference
  • "There is no such thing as a reverend of no church" : Incarcerated Children, Nonsectarian Religion, and Freedom of Worship in Gilded Age New York City
  • Jacob Betz
  • The Cost of Inclusion : Interfaith Unity and Intra-Faith Division in the Formation of Protestant-Catholic-Jewish America
  • David Mislin
  • How Special was Rhode Island? The Global Context of the 1663 Charter
  • Dog Tags : Religious Toleration and the Politics of American Military Identification
  • Ronit Stahl
  • Part V: Ecumenism's Paradoxes : Religious Dissent and the Redefinition of the Modern Religious Mainstream
  • "This Is a Mighty Warfare that We Are Engaged In" : Pentecostals in Early Twentieth-Century New England
  • Evelyn Sterne
  • How the Persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses Changed American Law and Religion
  • Shawn Francis Peters
  • The First Mormon Moment : The Latter-Day Saints in American Culture 1940-65
  • Christine Hutchison-Jones
  • The National Council of Churches versus Right-Wing Radio : How the Mainline Muted the New Christian Right
  • Evan Haefeli
  • Paul Matzko
  • Part VI: Civil or Religious? : The New Boundaries of Religious Tolerance
  • Pseudo Religion and Real Religion : The Modern Anti-Cult Movement and Religious Freedom in America
  • James Bennett
  • America Beyond Civil Religion : The Anabaptist Experience
  • Kip Wedel
  • 'Livelie Experiment' and 'Holy Experiment' : Two Trajectories of Religious Liberty
  • Andrew R. Murphy
  • Toleration and Tolerance in Early Modern England
  • Scott Sowerby
  • "When the Word of The Lord Runs Freely" : Roger Williams and Evangelical Toleration
Control code
ocn898066558
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 342 pages
Isbn
9781442248724
Lccn
2014045492
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(Sirsi) 1721281

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