Leaders of religious thought in the nineteenth century Newman, Comte, Martineau, Spencer [and] Browning. by Sydney Herbert Mellone

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Characteristic of Christianity in the 19th century were Evangelical revivals in some largely Protestant countries and later the effects of modern Biblical scholarship on the churches.

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The New Thought movement (also Higher Thought) is a movement that developed in the United States in the 19th century, considered by many to have been derived from the unpublished writings of Phineas are numerous smaller groups, most of which are incorporated in the International New Thought Alliance.

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Lynn L. Sharp looks closely at what it meant to practice spiritism, analyzing the movement's social and political critique and. In appeared Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species. It has been called the most significant book of the nineteenth century.

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the first time in history, a sizable group of female religious leaders and social activists began to speak out in public. Many of these women were involved in Spiritualism, Theosophy, Mormonism, Swedenborgianism, Shakerism, and the host of other esoteric spiritual and religious movements and organizations that sprung up in the nineteenth century.

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Review of Current Religious Thought: G. C In a book was published by the well-known dogmatician evolutionistic view of many in the nineteenth century, that in the Author: G. Berkouwer. In some cases, however, people were approached by Church leaders and asked to participate in the practice.

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The narrative of the Book of Mormon especially revolves around a notion of the fallen Lamanites being redeemed into white and delightsome people, and obviously nineteenth-century Latter-day Saint leaders latched onto that and believed that their mission was to help redeem Native Americans, whom they understood as racially different from Euro.

Livingston demonstrates that the late Victorian decades were a time of vitality and creativity in the educated public's discussion of critical religious and theological matters. Livingston reconceptualizes British religious thought in the last decades of the nineteenth century and the first decade of the : By RoseAnn Benson Description Two nineteenth-century men, Alexander Campbell and Joseph Smith, each launched restoration movements in the United States.

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For fifty years or more, a dominant motif in 19th-century British studies has been the Victorian crisis of faith or loss of faith. From Basil Willey to A. Wilson, books have been written that recounted the stories of Victorians who lost their faith.

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Telling this story serves to restore its true proportion and to reveal the intellectual strength of faith in the nineteenth century. Excerpt This is a study of leading, popular, religious sceptics in nineteenthcentury England who returned to the Christian faith.

Fromwhen Jews were allowed to resettle in Great Britain, forming a small community in London until the present, the Anglo-Jewish community has benefited from the relative tolerance toward minorities that the British have displayed, as well as from general economic and political developments.

To be sure, Parliament did not fully emancipate Jews until and social discrimination. In this prize winning book Nathan O. Hatch offers a provocative reassessment of religion and culture in the early days of the American republic, arguing that during this period American Christianity was democratized and common people became powerful actors on the religious scene.

Hatch examines five distinct traditions or mass movements that emerged early in the nineteenth century--the Pages: This religious school of thought aligned with late nineteenth-century professional scientists who, while geology and physics provided no clear evidence for the fabulous time spans required for the operation of natural selection, and before the reinforcement of the theory of natural selection with genetic science in the twentieth century, were.

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Secularism in Question examines how twentieth-century revivals of religion prompt a reconsideration of many issues concerning Jews and Judaism in the modern era. Scholars of Jewish history, religion, philosophy, and literature illustrate how the categories of "religious" and "secular" have frequently proven far more permeable than fixed.

(When Utah achieved statehood inthe right was restored.) In the early twentieth century, Mormon women led projects of reform and modernization as did other Progressive Era Americans.

For much of the twentieth century, female leaders raised funds and independently administered an increasingly global community of Sister Saints. Hatch’s broad theme is empowerment. He demonstrates beautifully through biography, social history, rhetorical analysis, the study of hymn lyrics and the history of thought how various Protestant movements in nineteenth-century America transformed largely powerless individuals into powerful religious leaders.

The Methodist denomination grew from fewer than one thousand members at the end of the eighteenth century to constitute 34 percent of all American church membership by the midnineteenth century.

5 After its leaders broke with the Church of England to form a new American denomination inthe Methodist Episcopal Church (MEC) achieved its.

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