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Dwight L. Moody: 19th c. Evangelist

Spiritual Awakenings in North America

Charles Finney: American Revivalism

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Harry Emerson Fosdick
Liberalism's popularizer
John Eliot
Apostle to Native Americans
Holy America, Phoebe!
It swept across church lines, transforming America's urban landscape with its rescue missions and storefront churches. Yet today, the "holiness movement" and its charismatic woman leader are all but forgotten.
How John Wesley Changed America
Why should Wesley's 300th birthday be a red-letter day on this side of the ocean?
Can Anything Good Come Out of New England?
Evangelical revival in the land of the liberal Brahmins may not be as historically odd as we suppose.
Long Ago, Far Away
Those who seek to define the separation of church and state should also consider the separation of 2002 and 1789.
God Bless, More or Less
Irving Berlin's anthem captures America.
If My People Will Pray
Patriotic prayer has a long history in this country, but not quite the type of history the National Day of Prayer Task Force tends to promote
Modernism's Moses
"The question," conservative J. Gresham Machen once said of Harry Emerson Fosdick, "is not whether Dr. Fosdick is winning men, but whether the thing he is winning them to is Christianity."
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