Revivalism and Cultural Change: Christianity, Nation Building, and the Market in the Nineteenth-Century United States

by

Write The First Customer Review

The history of Christianity in America has been marked by recurring periods of religious revivals or awakenings. In this book, George M. Thomas addresses the economic and political context of evangelical revivalism and its historical linkages with economic expansion and Republicanism in the nineteenth century. Thomas argues that large-scale change results in social movements that articulate new organizations and definitions of individual, society, authority, and cosmos. Drawing on religious newspapers, party policies and ...

Revivalism and Cultural Change: Christianity, Nation Building, and the Market in the Nineteenth-Century United States 1998, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226795867

2nd edition

Trade paperback

Select
Revivalism and Cultural Change: Christianity, Nation Building, and the Market in the Nineteenth-Century United States 1989, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226795850

Hardcover

Select