Christianity in Appalachia: Profiles Reginal Pluralism

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Religion has long been a source of identity for many Southerners, and the Appalachian areas in particular have proven to be a virtual fortress protecting faith and culture. Yet, in a region popularly thought to be religiously homogeneous, congregations reflect a wide range of doctrinal differences over such issues as conversion, ministerial leadership, and the authority on which a church bases its core beliefs. Profiling the prominent Christian traditions in southern Appalachia, this book brings together contributions by ...

Christianity in Appalachia: Profiles Reginal Pluralism 1999, Univ Tennessee Press

ISBN-13: 9781572330405

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