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Robert S. Michaelsen and Wade Clark Roof (New York: Pilgrim, 1986), 145–66. Leo P. Ribuffo, Why Is There So Much Conservativism in the US and Why Do So Few Historians Know Anything about It?
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The best book written lately on this topic. An important contribution to our understanding of the public influence of mainline Protestantism. ―Wade Clark Roof, author of Spiritual Marketplace: BabyBoomers and the Remaking of American Religion. This well-written and expansive book reveals how socially, civically, and politically active mainline Protestantism continues to be in American society, contrary to much conventional wisdom. Yet it shows the mainline influence as having a particular character, different from that of other religious traditions.
Liberal Protestantism. realities and possibilities. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat. by Robert S. Michaelsen, Wade Clark Roof. Published 1986 by Pilgrim Press in New York. Protestant churches, Liberalism (Religion).
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Additional expressions of this idea can be found in Jon H. Roberts, Darwinism and the Divine in America: Protestant Intellectuals and Organic Evolution, 1859-1900 (University of Wisconsin Press, 1988), 137-38. The book is not, therefore, a high intellectual history of nineteenth-century liberal imperial theory, but neither is it merely a contextual analysis of key historiographical texts.
The children of Senator Robert Campbell were important to his image-an image that had been carefully projected as suitable for the Oval Office. And a great deal of the image, as Shelby remembered, had been simple fact
The children of Senator Robert Campbell were important to his image-an image that had been carefully projected as suitable for the Oval Office. And a great deal of the image, as Shelby remembered, had been simple fact. He’d been a good man, fair-minded, affectionate, dedicated, with a keen sense of the ridiculous.
Wade Clark Roof and William McKinney, in American Mainline Religion, have argued that by the . Roof, Wade Clark, and Robert Michaelsen, ed. .
Wade Clark Roof and William McKinney, in American Mainline Religion, have argued that by the 1960s the notion of an integrated religious establishment had largely succumbed to the influence of religious individualism and true religious pluralism. They point to a new, much more pluralistic situation in which few religious groups may be said to hold lasting cultural power. Both uses of mainline Protestantism are rather imprecise theologically and sociologically, though widely used by analysts of American religion in dealing with the liberal or modernist wing of Protestant Christianity.
Wade Clark Roof is Professor of Religion and Society in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara
Wade Clark Roof is Professor of Religion and Society in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara.