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Religion and the American Civil War | Catholic Diocese of Charleston Archives

Title, Edition: Religion and the American Civil War,
Copy Number: 1
Place of Publication: New York
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Date: 1998
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Description: xiii, 422 p. ; 24 cm.

Essays presented at a symposium held at the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Oct. 1994.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents: Religion and the American Civil War / Phillip Shaw Paludan -- The Bible and slavery / Mark A. Noll -- Religion in the collapse of the American union / Eugene D. Genovese -- Church, honor, and secession / Bertram Wyatt-Brown -- The coming of the Lord : the Northern Protestant clergy and the Civil War crisis / George M. Fredrickson -- "Wholesome reading purifies and elevates the man " : the religious military press in the Confederacy / Kurt O. Berends -- "Yankee faith" and Southern redemption : white Southern Baptist ministers, 1850-1890 / Paul Harvey -- Stonewall Jackson and the providence of God / Daniel W. Stowell -- Lincoln's sermon on the mount : the Second Inaugural / Ronald C. White, Jr. -- Days of judgment, days of wrath : the Civil War and the religious imagination of women writers / Elizabeth Fox-Genovese -- "Without pilot or compass: : elite women and religion in the Civil War South / Drew Gilpin Faust -- Catholic religion, Irish ethnicity, and the Civil War / Randall M. Miller -- Christian soldiers? : Perfecting the Confederacy / Reid Mitchell -- Civil War, religion, and communications : the case of Richmond / Harry S. Stout and Christopher Grasso -- Religion and the results of the Civil War / Samuel S. Hill -- Religion and the American Civil War in comparative perspective / charles Reagan Wilson.

LC Classification: E468.9 .R46 1998

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