Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||by Norman Alexander Yance|
|Series||Perspectives in religious studies. Special studies series -- no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||66|
Religion southern style: Southern Baptists and society in historical perspective. [Norman Alexander Yance] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Norman Alexander Yance. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes. Pt. 1: Regional religion: Southern Baptists and southern culture --The regional context: the southern way --The religious context: the Baptist way --Pt. 2: Relevant religion: Southern Baptists and social concern --The social reluctance/awakening of Southern Baptists --The social role of Southern Baptists --The social relevance of Southern Baptists. The Religion Stylebook is an easy-to-use guide created for journalists who report on religion in the mainstream ’s an independent supplement to The Associated Press Stylebook and is a service of the Religion Newswriters Association. Increasingly studied, Southern religion is traditionally defined as evangelical Protestantism as expressed by Baptists, Methodists, and Presbyterians. Numerous modern studies have moved beyond this homogeneity to find diverse expressions in terms of Roman Catholicism, smaller faith groups, folk religion, and broader spirituality.
Characteristics of Southern literature include a focus on a common Southern history, the significance of family, a sense of community and one’s role within it, a sense of justice, the region's dominant religion (Christianity) and the burdens/rewards religion often brings, issues of racial tension, land and the promise it brings, a sense of. Any discussion of southern religion must begin with the landmark works of Samuel S. Hill Jr., whose Southern Churches in Crisis and subsequent books, including The South and the North in American Religion (), have defined the field. 4 Focusing almost exclusively on whites, Southern Churches in Crisis defined the archetypal “culture. main page. Religion Southern Style Southern Baptists & Society in Historical Perspective. No Comments No Comments. Previous > 84 > Religion Southern Style Southern Baptists & Society in Historical Perspective. - 84 Religion Southern Style Southern Baptists & Society in Historical Perspective.
Religion in the southern states by Samuel S. Hill, , Mercer University Press edition, in English. These are the best Southern books of so far. The best new Southern books run the genre gamut. They’re bestsellers and slow burners, romances and mysteries, critically acclaimed releases and under-the-radar reads. They’re hot off the presses, and they’re all connected by their Southern roots. Also, we think you’ll love them. Baptized in Blood: The Religion of the Lost Cause, –, by Charles Reagan Wilson. Like Raboteau, Wilson established an entire field of study with his first book, which finds in the rise of the “Lost Cause” after the Civil War a civil religion that defined white southern culture in ways equal to the influence of evangelical churches. What Was the Religion of the Southern Colonies? By Staff Writer Last Updated AM ET. The southern colonies had many different religions, but were primarily Anglicans or Baptists. The middle colonies also had many different religions, which .