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The protestant temperament

Philip J. Greven

The protestant temperament

patterns of child-rearing, religious experience, and the self in early America

by Philip J. Greven

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Published by Knopf in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Protestantism -- United States,
  • Child development,
  • Temperament,
  • Experience (Religion),
  • Religious thought -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPhilip Greven.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 431 p. ;
    Number of Pages431
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23254336M
    ISBN 100394404238

    The book points to positive ways of restoring health to endangered Protestant churches. Calling for the restoration of a dialectical faith and practice, Lee offers an agenda for reform, including a renewal of obedience to the scriptures and an affirmation of life and creation within the circle of the extended family. K Barth, Protestant Theology in the Nineteenth Century () and Protestant Thought (); R M Brown, The Spirit of Protestantism (); B A Gerrish, The Old Protestantism and the New: Essayson the Reformation Heritage (); H Gollwitzer, An Introduction to Protestant Theology (); P Greven, The Protestant Temperament (); W E.

    The Protestant Temperament. Patterns Of Child-Rearing, Religious Experience, And The Self In Early America. New York (): New American Library. Meridian Edition. 12mo., ,(1)pp. Good. First Meridian Edition. Paperback, pictorial paper covers. Used, name in ink on half-title, and the blank free end-paper is missing. otherwise a good copy Book Edition: Meridian Edition.   The Peopling of British North America: An Introduction writtin by Bernard Bailyn is a book that has three major essays about how North America was settled. These essays are: Worlds in Motion, The Rings of Saturn and A Domesday Book for the Periphery.5/5(5).

      A recent book argues that liberalism has an “unexpected debt” to evangelical religion. To illustrate Protestant Personal temperament did as much as religious allegiance to determine. The monk, of course, was Luther; the doctrine was justification by faith; and the book was the Bible. One of the tragic ironies of Christian history is that the deepest split in the history of the Church, and the one that has occasioned the most persecution, hatred, and bloody wars on both sides, from the Peasants' War of Luther's day through the Thirty Years' War, which claimed a larger.


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Description: xiv, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Part One: Prologue --I. Patterns for the past --A historian's past: Patterns of thought and religious belief in early America --The persistence of piety --Temperament and the self --Childhood, temperament, and religious experience --Toward a new paradigm --Part Two: The evangelicals: The self.

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