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Protestantism

  • Nazism, Liberalism, and Christianityby Kenneth C. Barnes

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 40.00

    The Great Depression devastated the economies of both Germany and Great Britain. Yet the middle classes in the two countries responded in vastly different ways. German Protestants, perceiving a choice among a Bolshevik-style revolution, the chaos and decadence of Weimar liberalism, and Nazi authoritarianism, voted Hitler into power and then acquiesced... more...

  • Design in Puritan American Literatureby William J. Scheick

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    Puritan American writers faced a dilemma: they had an obligation to use language as a celebration of divine artistry, but they could not allow their writing to become an iconic graven image of authorial self-idolatry. In this study William Scheick explores one way in which William Bradford, Nathaniel Ward, Anne Bradstreet, Urian Oakes, Edward Taylor,... more...

  • Crusaders Against Opiumby Kathleen L. Lodwick

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 30.00

    Opium addiction in China during the closing decades of the Ch'ing dynasty afflicted all segments of society. From government officials to farmers, the population fell prey to the effects of the drug. Some provinces reported addiction rates as high as eighty percent. With the birth of Chinese nationalism, reformers -- missionaries who had witnessed... more...

  • Richard Mather of Dorchesterby B. R. Burg

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    Mather is a well-known name in the persons of Increase and Cotton Mather. Here for the first time is a biography of the father and grandfather, respectively, of those two great figures of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Richard Mather left few personal records of his life in the form of letters, diaries, or autobiographical writings. In... more...

  • Religious Rite and Ceremony in Milton's Poetryby Thomas B. Stroup

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    Milton, the arch-Puritan and outspoken critic of the stereotyped rituals of the established churches, has been regarded by most scholars as a writer who is unlikely to have employed liturgical materials in his poetry. Thomas B. Stroup shows to the contrary that Milton made extensive use of Christian liturgy not only as material within the body of... more...

  • Salvation and the Savageby Robert F. Jr. Berkhofer

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    The great, pre-Civil War attempt of Protestant missionaries to Christianize Native Americans is found by Robert F. Berkofer, Jr. to be a significant point of contact with enduring lessons for American thought. The irony displayed by this relationship, he says, did not really lie in the disparity between Anglo-Saxon ideals and the actual treatment... more...

  • Protestant-Catholic Relations in Americaby Lerond Curry

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    The first general survey of relations between Protestants and Catholics in America during the past half century will be welcomed not only by social historians but by clergymen and laymen interested in the development of constructive interfaith relations. Lerond Curry has traced the major trends in this fifty-year period and analyzed the underlying... more...

  • Evangelicalism, Piety and Politicsby Andrew Chandler

    Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2014; US$ 119.95

    This book brings together the most striking and significant articles published by the eminent British religious historian, W.R. Ward. Today, Ward enjoys an international reputation as a scholar of John Wesley in particular and Protestantism in Britain and Continental Europe at large. In this unique collection, Chandler brings together for the first... more...

  • A History of Korean Christianityby Sebastian C. H. Kim; Kirsteen Kim

    Cambridge University Press 2014; US$ 79.00

    This is an up-to-date, comprehensive history of all Christian denominations in the Korean peninsula set within a global religious and geopolitical context. more...

  • The Fifteen Confederatesby Johann Eberlin von GŁnzburg; Geoffrey Dipple

    James Clarke & Co 2014; US$ 33.00

    The Fifteen Confederates' are a collection of pamphlets ostensibly written by a group of laymen, the confederates, who had sworn together to address the religious, social, economic, and political problems facing the German nation in the early years of the Protestant Reformation.This translation of 'The Fifteen Confederates' is based on... more...