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social sources of denominationalism
H. Richard Niebuhr
|Statement||by H. Richard Niebuhr.|
|LC Classifications||BR157 N5 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 304 p.|
|Number of Pages||304|
The term denominationalism was significantly introduced into the subsequent literature of the sociology of religion by H. Richard Niebuhr in his book The Social Sources of Denominationalism (Holt ). The central thesis of this work was that new religious organizations ("sects") begin among the socially "disinherited," but in the United. Niebuhr's first major book, The Social Sources of Denominationalism (Holt ), evidenced the fiery indignation of a young man concerned with the unity of the church. Although often considered Niebuhr's most sociological essay because he used, while modifying, the notions of "church" and "sect" derived from Troeltsch, the theoretical.
The Social Sources of Denominationalism de H. Richard Niebuhr y una gran selección de libros, arte y artículos de colección disponible en Niebuhr's first book, The Social Sources of Denominationalism (), remains a classic analysis of the social factors in the rise and perpetuation of Protestant denominations and reveals his characteristic use of data and methods from the social sciences.
The Social Sources of Denominationalism: Methodism Russell E. Richey III Ethnic Denominationalism. 7 Introduction Religious Denominations as Ethnic Communities: A Regional Case Study Timothy L. Smith 8 Introduction The Negro Church: A Nation Within a Nation E. Franklin Frazier IV Transformation. 9 Introduction Pages: In the preface to his first study of American Christianity, The Social Sources of Denominationalism, H. Richard Niebuhr gave his reasons for undertaking the book.A course in “Symbolics” he taught as a seminary professor had convinced him that any attempt to distinguish denominations primarily by references to their doctrines or to approach the problem of Christian unity from a purely Author: Jon Diefenthaler.
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New York, Meridian Books, OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 21 cm. Contents: The ethical failure of the divided church --The churches of the disinherited --The churches of the middle class --Nationalism and the churches --Sectionalism and denominationalism in America --The churches of the immigrants --Denominationalism and the color line --Ways to Title.
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