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by Jean Miller Schmidt

Download Grace Sufficient : A History of Women in American Methodism, 1760-1939 eBook
ISBN:
0687156750
Author:
Jean Miller Schmidt
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World
Language:
English
Publisher:
Abingdon Press (October 1, 1999)
Pages:
376 pages
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1871 kb
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Schmidt, Jean Miller Grace Sufficient: A History of Women in American Methodism, 1760-1939, (1999). Semple, Neil The Lord's Dominion: The History of Canadian Methodism (1996). Schneider, A. Gregory. The Way of the Cross Leads Home: The Domestication of American Methodism (1993). Stroupe, Henry Smith. The Religious Press in the South Atlantic States, 1802-1865 Duke University Press, 1956. Sweet, William Warren Methodism in American History, (1954) 472pp. Sweet, William Warren. Virginia Methodism: A History (1955).

Author: Jeanne Miller Schmidt. Kenneth The United Methodist Music & Worship Planner 2014-2015. Commissioned by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry for use in United Methodist ory courses. The Methodist Experience in America Volume I - Abingdon Press. The Methodist Experience in America - Volume II: Russell E The Methodist Experience in America - Volume The Methodist Experience in America - Volume II.

Histories of women and American religion have tended to focus on women's religious activities rather than on women's religious lives. Studies of early American religion and spirituality have usually depended on the journals and sermons of male preachers. In order to understand the religious lives of ordinary Methodist women, Jean Miller Schmidt has looked at their diaries, letters, spiritual autobiographies, and the accounts of their pious lives and holy deaths that appeared as obituaries in publications like the Methodist Magazine. These powerful stories of faith are part of the shared history of Methodist people.
  • Uickabrod
what a useful history book, love it!
  • Adokelv
This is a great book about the role of women in the early Methodist movement. It offers a perspective not easily found in other more general historical reviews of Methodism. I highly recommend it.
  • Adrietius
There was a lot of under lining in the first 1/3 of the book. If I had a pile to choose from, I would have looked for no under lining by another person. What is important to them is not necessarily important to me.
  • Sha
What a well developed and researched book. I did not know most of the women documented and now have a greater understanding of where the church was and is!