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ISBN:
0312240228
Author:
P. Pope-Levison
Category:
Christian Living
Language:
English
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Palgrave Macmillan; 1st ed. 2090 edition (January 1, 2004)
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260 pages
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In Turn the Pulpit Loose, Priscilla Pope-Levison challenges scholars of American history, religious studies and women's studies to engage seriously female evangelism.

In Turn the Pulpit Loose, Priscilla Pope-Levison challenges scholars of American history, religious studies and women's studies to engage seriously female evangelism. She offers brief but vivid portraits of an array of women evangelists-black and white, working-class and affluent, young and old, famous and forgotten-from both traditional denominations and newly-created churches.

Turn the Pulpit Loose features the lives and words of eighteen women evangelists including Sojourner Truth and Evangeline Booth, and lesser-known figures such as Jarena Lee (an African Methodist from the early 1800s) and Uldine Utley (a child evangelist in the early 1900s) wh. .

Turn the Pulpit Loose features the lives and words of eighteen women evangelists including Sojourner Truth and Evangeline Booth, and lesser-known figures such as Jarena Lee (an African Methodist from the early 1800s) and Uldine Utley (a child evangelist in the early 1900s) who helped to shape American religious life from the nation’s infancy to the present

Turn the Pulpit Loose book.

Turn the Pulpit Loose book. Turn the Pulpit Loose features the lives and words of eighteen women evangelists including Sojourner Truth and Evangeline Booth, and lesser-known figures such as Jarena Lee (an African Methodist from the early 1800s) and Uldine Utley (a child evangelist in the early 1900s) who helped to shape American religious life from the nation’s infancy to the present.

Turn the Pulpit Loose features the lives and words of eighteen women evangelists including Sojourner Truth and Evangeline Booth, and lesser-known figures such as Jarena Lee (an African Methodist from the early 1800s) and Uldine Utley (a child evangelist i. Specifications. Palgrave MacMillan Us. Book Format. ENG. Number of Pages.

Turn the Pulpit Loose features the lives and words of eighteen women evangelists including Sojourner Truth and Evangeline Booth, and lesser-known figures such as Jarena Lee (an African Methodist from the early 1800s) and Uldine Utley (a child evangelist in the early 1900s) who helped to shape American religious life from the nation's infancy to the present.

Turn the Pulpit Loose features the lives and words of eighteen women evangelists including Sojourner Truth and Evangeline Booth, and lesser-known figures such as Jarena Lee (an African Methodist from the early 1800s) and Uldine Utley (a child evangelist in the early 1900s) who helped to shape American religious life from the nation’s infancy to the present

Turn the Pulpit Loose: Two Centuries of American Women Evangelists

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Turn the Pulpit Loose: Two Centuries of American Women Evangelists (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004). Jesus in Global Contexts, co-authored with John R. Levison (Westminster/John Knox Press, 1992). Professional Distinctions

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Turn the Pulpit Loose. by Priscilla Pope-Levison. Published November 25, 2004 by Palgrave Macmillan.

Priscilla Pope-Levison and John R. Levison.

Turn the Pulpit Loosefeatures the lives and words of eighteen women evangelists including Sojourner Truth and Evangeline Booth, and lesser-known figures such as Jarena Lee (an African Methodist from the early 1800s) and Uldine Utley (a child evangelist in the early 1900s) who helped to shape American religious life from the nation’s infancy to the present. Highlighting substantial primary sources – sermons, articles, diaries, letters, speeches, and autobiographies – Priscilla Pope-Levison weaves together fascinating narratives of each woman’s life: her conversion and calling to preach, her primary evangelistic method, and her reflections about women in general. This anthology, complete with photographs of each evangelist, is an indispensable resource for a wide range of academic fields, including religion, history, women's studies, and literature.