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Agonito, Joseph. "Ecumenical Stirrings: Catholic-Protestant Relations During the Episcopacy of John Carroll." Church History 45 (September 1976): 358-373.

Ahlstrom, Sydney E. "Comment on the Essay of Professor Clebsch: History, Bushnell, and Lincoln." Church History 30 (June 1961): 223-230.

Ahlstrom, Sydney E. "Continental Influence on American Christian Thought Since World War I." Church History 27 (September 1958): 256-272.

Ahlstrom, Sydney E. "The Problem of the History of Religion in America." Church History 39 (June 1970): 224-235.

Ahlstrom, Sydney E. "Religion, Revolution and the Rise of Modern Nationalism: Reflections on the American Experience." Church History 44 (December 1975): 492-504.

Ahlstrom, Sydney E. "The Scottish Philosophy and American Theology." Church History 24 (September 1955): 257-272.

Ahlstrom, Sydney E. "Thomas Hooker - Puritanism and Democratic Citizenship: A Preliminary Inquiry into Some Relationships of Religion and American Civic Responsibility." Church History 32 (December 1963): 415-431.

Aiken, John R. "Walter Rauschenbusch and Education for Reform." Church History 36 (December 1967): 456-469.

Albanese, Catherine L. "Physic and Metaphysic in Nineteenth-Century America: Medical Sectarians and Religious Healing." Church History 55 (December 1986): 489-502.

Alexander, June Granatir. "The Laity in the Church: Slovaks and the Catholic Church in pre-World War I Pittsburgh." Church History 53 (September 1984): 363-378.

Alexander, Thomas G. "Wilford Woodruff and the Changing Nature of Mormon Religious Experience." Church History 45 (March 1976): 56-69.

Alexis, Gerhard T. "Jonathan Edwards and the Theocratic Ideal." Church History 35 (September 1966): 328-343.

Allen, C. Leonard. "Baconianism and the Bible in the Disciples of Christ: James S. Lamar and 'The Organon of Scripture'." Church History 55 (March 1986): 65-80.

Ames, Michael. "Missionaries' Toil for Souls and Survival: Introducing Christianity to the Pacific Northwest." American West 10 (January 1973): 28-33,63. Illus.

Ammerman, Mark. "Local Heroes: The Wide-Open West Was Served, State by State, by Brave and Sometimes Beleaguered Ministers and Missionaries Like These." Christian History 19 (No.2,2000): 39-41. William Wesley Van Orsdel, Taylor Filmore Ealy, Endicott Peabody and Josiah Strong. Illus.

Ander, Fritiof. "The Swedish American Press and the American Protective Association." Church History 6 (June 1937): 165-179.

Anderson, Bruce. "Lessons From the Life of Moody." Moody 100 (November/December 1999): 10-11. Illus.

Andreasen, Bryon C. "Proscribed Preachers, New Churches: Civil Wars in the Illinois Protestant Churches During the Civil War." Civil War History 44 (September 1998): 194-211.

"Apostles on Horseback; Francis Asbury and the Methodist Circuit Riders: Covering America with Spiritual Awakening." Christian History 8 (No.3,1989): 22-23. Illus.

Arbaugh, George B. "Evolution of Mormon Doctrine." Church History 9 (June 1940): 157-169.

Arbaugh, George B. "Gossner Missionaries in America." Church History 8 (September 1939): 222-230.

Armstrong, Chris. "Old Forests, New Meetings." Christian History & Biography, Issue 82 (Spring 2004): 18. Illus. Holiness camp meetings.

Armstrong, Chris. "Recommended Resources: A Little Help Navigating the Kaleidoscopic Holiness Revival." Christian History & Biography, Issue 82 (Spring 2004): 42. A bibliographic essay.

Armstrong, Maurice W. "The Dissenting Deputies and the American Colonies." Church History 29 (September 1960): 298-320.

Ash, James L., Jr. "American Religion and the Academy in the Early Twentieth Century: The Chicago Years of William Warren Sweet." Church History 50 (December 1981): 450-464.

Athans, Mary Christine. "A New Perspective on Father Charles E. Coughlin." Church History 56 (June 1987): 224-235.

"Awakenings in America: Seasons of the Spirit." Christian History 8 (No.3,1989): 6-7.

"Awakenings in North America: An Overview of 180 Years." Christian History 8 (No.3,1989): 20-21. A chronological chart.

Bailes, Kendall. "The Mennonites Come to Kansas." American Heritage 10 (August 1959): 30-33, 102-105. Illus.

Bailey, Kenneth K. "The Post-Civil War Racial Separations in Southern Protestantism: Another Look." Church History 46 (December 1977): 453-473.

Bailey, Kenneth K. "Southern White Protestantism at the Turn of the Century." American Historical Review 68 (April 1963): 618-635.

Baker, Frank. "Captain Thomas Webb, Pioneer of American Methodism." Religion in Life 34 (Summer 1965): 406-421.

Balmer, Randall H. "The Social Roots of Dutch Pietism in the Middle Colonies." Church History 53 (June 1984): 187-199.

Bannon, John Francis. "The Mission as a Frontier Institution: Sixty Years of Interest and Research." Western Historical Quarterly 10 (July 1979): 303-322.

Barker, H. W. "The Maugerville Church and the American Revolution." Church History 7 (December 1938): 371-380.

Batten, J. Minton. "Henry M. Turner, Negro Bishop Extraordinary." Church History 7 (September 1938): 231-246.

Beaver, R. Pierce. "American Missionary Motivation Before the Revolution." Church History 31 (June 1962): 216-226.

Bebbington, David W. "How Moody Changed Revivalism." Christian History 9 (No.1,1990): 22-25. Illus.

Bednarowski, Mary Farrell. "Outside the Mainstream: Women's Religion and Women Religious Leaders in Nineteenth-Century America." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 48 (June 1980): 207-231.

Bendroth, Margaret. "Children of Adam, Children of God: Christian Nurture in Early Nineteenth-Century America." Theology Today 56 (January 2000): 495-505.

Benkart, Paula K. "The Hungarian Government, the American Magyar Churches, and Immigrant Ties to the Homeland, 1903-1917." Church History 52 (September 1983): 312-321.

Beougher, Timothy K. "Did You Know?: Little-known and Remarkable Facts About Camp Meetings and Circuit Riders." Christian History 14 (No.1,1995): 2-3. Illus.

Berens, John F. "'Good News from a Far Country': A Note on Divine Providence and the Stamp Act Crisis." Church History 45 (September 1976): 308-315.

Bergendoff, Conrad J. I. "The Swedish Church on the Delaware." Church History 7 (September 1938): 215-230.

Bianchi, Eugene C. "The Ecumenical Thought of Bishop Charles Henry Brent." Church History 33 (December 1964): 448-461.

Billington, Ray A. "Anti-Catholic Propaganda and the Home Missionary Movement, 1800-1860." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 22 (December 1935): 361-384.

"A Bird's-Eye View of a Camp Meeting." By The Editors. Christian History 14 (No.1,1995): 16-17. Illus.

Birdsall, Richard D. "The Second Great Awakening and the New England Social Order." Church History 39 (September 1970): 345-364.

Bishop, Morris. "The Great Oneida Love-in." American Heritage 20 (February 1969): 14-17,86-92. Illus.

Bishop, Randy. "'Out Yonder, on the Edge of Things'." Christian History 19 (No.2,2000): 30-34. Illus. Sheldon Jackson, pioneer Presbyterian minister in the American West.

Bledstein, Burton J. "Noah Porter versus William Graham Sumner." Church History 43 (September 1974): 340-349.

Blumhofer, Edith L. "Sister: Aimee Semple McPherson Was the First Pentecostal to Become a National Sensation." Christian History 17 (No.2,1998): 31-34. Illus.

Bohme, Frederick G. "Horatio Oliver Ladd: A New England Conscience for New Mexico." Church History 26 (June 1957): 143-155.

Bolton, Herbert Eugene. "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies." American Historical Review 23 (October 1917): 42-61.

Bonomi, Patricia U. and Peter R. Eisenstadt. "Church Adherence in the Eighteenth-Century British American Colonies." William and Mary Quarterly 39 (April 1982): 245-286.

Bordin, Ruth B. "The Sect to Denomination Process in America: The Freewill Baptist Experience." Church History 34 (March 1965): 77-94.

Boswell, E. M. "Rebel Religion." Civil War Times Illustrated 11 (October 1972): 26-33. Illus. Religion in the Confederate army.

Bowden, Henry Warner. "Landmarks in American Religious Historiography: A Review Essay." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 42 (March 1974): 128-136. A review of "A Religious History of the American People," by Sydney E. Ahlstrom.

Bowden, Henry Warner. "Science and the Idea of Church History, An American Debate." Church History 36 (September 1967): 308-326.

Bowden, Henry Warner. "Spanish Missions, Cultural Conflict and the Pueblo Revolt of 1680." Church History 44 (June 1975): 217-228.

Boyer, Paul. "Two Centuries of Christianity in America: An Overview." Church History 70 (September 2001): 544-556.

Boylan, Anne M. "Sunday Schools and Changing Evangelical Views of Children in the 1820's." Church History 48 (September 1979): 320-333.

Brauer, Jerald C. "Images of Religion in America." Church History 30 (March 1961): 3-18.

Brauer, Jerald C. "Regionalism and Religion in America." Church History 54 (September 1985): 366-378.

Brauer, Jerald C. "The Rule of the Saints in American Politics." Church History 27 (September 1958): 240-255.

Breitenbach, William. "The Consistent Calvinism of the New Divinity Movement." William and Mary Quarterly 41 (April 1984): 241-264. New England Congregationalism in the last third of the 18th century.

Brekus, Catherine A. "Harriet Livermore, the Pilgrim Stranger: Female Preaching and Biblical Feminism in Early-Nineteenth-Century America." Church History 65 (September 1996): 389-404.

Bremer, Francis J. "The American Puritans." Christian History 13 (No.1,1994): 26-27. Christian History Timeline.

Bremer, Francis J. "Faith and Society: The Making of Christian America." Reviews in American History 32 (March 2004): 7-13. A book review of, "America's God: From Jonathan Edwards to Abraham Lincoln", by Mark Noll.

Brereton, Virginia Lieson. "The Popular Educator." Christian History 9 (No.1,1990): 26-29. Illus. Dwight L. Moody.

Browne, Henry J. "American Catholic History: A Progress Report on Research and Study." Church History 26 (December 1957): 372-380.

Bruce, Dickson D., Jr. "Christianity on the Early American Frontier: Recommended Resources." Christian History 14 (No.1,1995): 45.

Buckley, Thomas E. "Evangelicals Triumphant: The Baptists' Assault on the Virginia Glebes, 1786-1801." William and Mary Quarterly 45 (January 1988): 33-69.

Burg, B. R. "The Cambridge Platform: A Reassertion of Ecclesiastical Authority." Church History 43 (December 1974): 470-487.

Burns, Amy Stechler and Ken Burns. "The Shakers." American History Illustrated 23 (Summer 1988): 24-33. Illus.

Bush, L. Russ. "America's Southern Baptists: What They Believe." Christianity Today 32 (November 4,1988): 22-25. Illus.

Bush, L. Russ. "What Southern Baptists Tell on the Mountain." Christianity Today 32 (November 4,1988): 24-25. Excerpts from "Baptist Faith and Message Statement."

Bushnell, Amy Turner. "Missions and Moral Judgement." OAH Magazine of History 14 (Summer 2000): 20-23. Missions in Spanish America.

Butler, Jon. "Enthusiasm Described and Decried: The Great Awakening as Interpretative Fiction." Journal of American History 69 (September 1982): 305-325.

Butler, Jon. "The Future of American Religious History: Prospectus, Agenda, Transatlantic 'Problématique'." William and Mary Quarterly 42 (April 1985): 167-183.

Butler, Jon. "Magic, Astrology, and the Early American Religious Heritage, 1600-1760." American Historical Review 84 (April 1979): 317-346.

Calamandrei, Mauro. "Neglected Aspects of Roger Williams' Thought." Church History 21 (1952): 239-258.

Campbell, Debra. "A Catholic Salvation Army: David Goldstein, Pioneer Lay Evangelist." Church History 52 (September 1983): 322-332.

Cannon, M. Hamlin. "The United States Christian Commission." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 38 (June 1951): 61-80.

Carden, Allen. "Religious Schism As A Prelude to the American Civil War: Methodists, Baptists, and Slavery." Andrews University Seminary Studies 24 (Spring 1986): 13-29.

Carpenter, Joel A. "Fundamentalist Institutions and the Rise of Evangelical Protestantism, 1929-1942." Church History 49 (March 1980): 62-75.

Carroll, Bret E. "Reflections on Regionalism and U. S. Religious History." Church History 71 (March 2002): 120-131.

Carter, James E. "Movin' On Up." Christianity Today 32 (November 4,1988): 20. Study on Southern Baptist ministers.

Carter, Paul A. "The Idea of Progress in Most Recent American Protestant Thought, 1930-1960." Church History 32 (March 1963): 75-89.

Carter, Paul A. "The Negro and Methodist Union." Church History 21 (1952): 55-70.

Carter, Paul A. "Recent Historiography of the Protestant Churches in America." Church History 37 (March 1968): 95-107.

Cartwright, Peter. "Wrestling With God and Man: Dramatic Accounts From the Frontier's Most Popular Autobiography." Christian History 14 (No.1,1995): 18-21. Illus.

Carwardine, Richard. "Methodists, Politics, and the Coming of the American Civil War." Church History 69 (September 2000): 578-609.

Cashdollar, Charles D. "European Positivism and the American Unitarians." Church History 45 (December 1976): 490-506.

Cecil, Robert. "Pulpit Incendiaries in the American Colonies." History Today 16 (November 1966): 773-780,804. Illus.

"Charles Grandison Finney and the Second Phase of the Second Great Awakening." Christian History 8 (No.3,1989): 29-30. Illus.

Cherry, C. Conrad. "The Puritan Notion of the Covenant in Jonathan Edwards' Doctrine of Faith." Church History 34 (September 1965): 328-341.

"Christianity in the West." Christian History 19 (No.2,2000): 29. A chronological chart.

Chrystal, William G. "Samuel D. Press: Teacher of the Niebuhrs." Church History 53 (December 1984): 504-521.

Clapp, Rodney. "America's Southern Baptists: Where They Are Going." Christianity Today 32 (November 4,1988): 26-30.

Clark, Jonathan. "The American Revolution: A War of Religion?" History Today 39 (December 1989): 10-16. Illus.

Clebsch, William A. "Christian Interpretations of the Civil War." Church History 30 (June 1961): 212-222.

Clymer, Wayne K. "The Life and Thought of James Relly." Church History 11 (September 1942): 193-216. The father of American universalism.

Coffman, Elesha. "The Quest: Christians Have Long Desired to Live Lives Unmarred by Sin - and Have Walked Many Roads on the Quest." Christian History & Biography, Issue 82 (Spring 2004): 39-41. Illus.

Cohen, Charles L. "The Colonization of British North America as an Episode in the History of Christianity." Church History 72 (September 2003): 553-568.

Coleman, Michael C. "Not Race, but Grace: Presbyterian Missionaries and American Indians, 1837-1893." Journal of American History 67 (June 1980): 41-60.

Conforti, Joseph. "Jonathan Edwards's Most Popular Work: 'The Life of David Brainerd' and Nineteenth-Century Evangelical Culture." Church History 54 (June 1985): 188-201.

Corrigan, John. "Catholick Congregational Clergy and Public Piety." Church History 60 (June 1991): 210-222. A group of liberal clergymen in early 18th century Boston.

Creech, Joe. "Visions of Glory: The Place of the Azusa Street Revival in Pentecostal History." Church History 65 (September 1996): 405-424.

Crosby, Donald F. "The Jesuits and Joe McCarthy." Church History 46 (September 1977): 374-388.

Cunningham, Raymond J. "From Holiness to Healing: The Faith Cure in America 1872-1892." Church History 43 (December 1974): 499-513.

Curran, Robert Emmett. "Prelude To 'Americanism': The New York Accademia and Clerical Radicalism in the Late Nineteenth Century." Church History 47 (March 1978): 48-65.

Cutler, Charles, Jr. "The Rosary of Junipero Serra." American History Illustrated 7 (February 1973): 12-23. Illus.

Dackson, Wendy. "Richard Hooker and American Religious Liberty." Journal of Church and State 41 (Winter 1999): 117-134.

Dallimore, Arnold A. "Pushing to the Point of Exhaustion: A Look at One Year of Whitefield's Whirlwind Ministry." Christian History 12 (No.2,1993): 26-29. Illus.

Daniel, Marjorie. "Anglicans and Dissenters in Georgia, 1758-1777." Church History 7 (September 1938): 247-262.

Daniels, David D. "They Had a Dream." Christian History 17 (No.2,1998): 19-21. The break down of interracial harmony in early Pentecostalism.

Davis, Derek H. "Jesus vs. the Watchmaker: Which Ideas Energized the American Revolution: Those of Evangelical Christianity or Enlightened Deism?" Christian History 15 (No.2,1996): 35-37. Illus.

"A Dawning in the New World: Origins of American Awakenings in New England and the Middle Colonies." Chrisitian History 8 (No.3,1989): 8-11. "Solomon Stoddard in New England" and "Theodore Jacob Frelinghuysen in the Middle Colonies."

De Jong, Gerald Francis. "The Dutch Reformed Church and Negro Slavery in Colonial America." Church History 40 (December 1971): 423-436.

De Pillis, Mario S. "The Social Sources of Mormonism." Church History 37 (March 1968): 50-79.

Delp, Robert W. "Andrew Jackson Davis: Prophet of American Spiritualism." Journal of American History 54 (June 1967): 43-56.

Demos, John. "Underlying Themes in the Witchcraft of Seventeenth-Century New England." American Historical Review 75 (June 1970): 1311-1326.

Denault, Patricia. "Jonathan Edwards, The Great Awakener." American History Illustrated 6 (January 1972): 28-36. Illus.

Dickerson, Dennis C. "Black Ecumenicism: Efforts to Establish a United Methodist Episcopal Church, 1918-1932." Church History 52 (December 1983): 479-491.

"Did You Know?" Christian History 7 (No.4,1988): 4. Illus. Charles G. Finney.

"Did You Know?: Interesting Facts About the American Holiness Revival." Christian History & Biography, Issue 82 (Spring 2004): 2-3. Illus.

"Did You Know?: Little-known or Remarkable Facts About Early Pentecostalism." Editors of Christian History. Christian History 17 (No.2,1998): 2-3. Illus.

"Did You Know? Little-known or Remarkable Facts About George Whitefield (1714-1770)." Christian History 12 (No.2,1993): 2-3. Illus.

Diefenthaler, Jon. "H. Richard Niebuhr: A Fresh Look at His Early Years." Church History 52 (June 1983): 172-185.

Dishno, Richard. "America's Lutherans: Who They Are." Christianity Today 33 (November 3,1989): 18-21.

Dolan, Jay P. "The Immigrants and Their Gods: A New Perspective in American Religious History." Church History 57 (March 1988): 61-72.

Dolan, Jay P. "Immigrants in the City: New York's Irish and German Catholics." Church History 41 (September 1972): 354-368.

Dollar, George W. "The Early Days of American Fundamentalism." Bibliotheca Sacra 123 (April-June 1966): 115-123.

Dorn, Jacob H. "Religion and Reform in the City: The Re-Thinking Chicago Movement of the1930s." Church History 55 (September 1986): 323-337.

Dorn, Jacob H. "The Rural Ideal and Agrarian Realities: Arthur E. Holt and the Vision of a Decentralized America in the Interwar Years." Church History 52 (March 1983): 50-65.

Dorsett, Lyle W. "Far From Perfect: God Used Moody Despite the Man's Flaws." Moody 100 (November/December 1999): 18-19. Illus.

Dorsett, Lyle W. "Ministry Maverick: D. L. Moody's Countercultural Approach Kept a Sharp Focus." Moody 100 (November/December 1999): 14-17. Illus.

Dressner, Richard B. "William Dwight Porter Bliss's Christian Socialism." Church History 47 (March 1978): 66-82.

Drury, Clifford M. "The Beginnings of the Presbyterian Church on the Pacific Coast." Pacific Historical Review 9 (June 1940): 195-204.

Duclos, Warren E. "Crisis of An American Catholic Modernist: Toward the Moral Absolutism of William L. Sullivan." Church History 41 (September 1972): 369-384.

Durnbaugh, Donald F. "Relationships of the Brethren with the Mennonites and Quakers, 1708-1865." Church History 35 (March 1966): 35-59.

Durnbaugh, Donald F. "Work and Hope: The Spirituality of the Radical Pietist Communitarians." Church History 39 (March 1970): 72-90.

"Dwight L. Moody (1837-1899) And His World." Christian History 9 (No.1,1990): 20-21. A timeline chart.

Edwards, Martha L. "A Problem of Church and State in the 1870's." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 11 (June 1924): 37-53.

Edwards, Martha L. "Religious Forces in the United States, 1815-1830." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 5 (March 1919): 436-449.

Eells, Earnest Edward (Editor). "An Unpublished Journal of George Whitefield." Church History 7 (December 1938): 297-345.

Eighmy, John Lee. "Religious Liberalism in the South During the Progressive Era." Church History 38 (September 1969): 359-372.

Ellis, John Tracy. "The Ecclesiastical Historian in the Service of Clio." Church History 38 (March 1969): 106-120.

Ellis, John Tracy. "An English Visitor's Comments on the American Religious Scene, 1846." Church History 36 (March 1967): 36-44.

Ellsworth, Clayton Sumner. "The American Churches and the Mexican War." American Historical Review 45 (January 1940): 301-326.

Emlen, Robert P. "Shaker Village Views." Natural History 96 (September 1987): 48-57. Illus.

Endy, Melvin B., Jr. "Abraham Lincoln and American Civil Religion: A Reinterpretation." Church History 44 (June 1975): 229-241.

Endy, Melvin B., Jr. "Just War, Holy War, and Millennialism in Revolutionary America." William and Mary Quarterly 42 (January 1985): 3-25.

Engel, J. Ronald. "Sidney E. Mead's Tragic Theology of the Republic." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 44 (March 1976): 155-165.

Ernst, Eldon G. "The Interchurch World Movement and the Great Steel Strike of 1919-1920." Church History 39 (June 1970): 212-223.

Espinosa, Gastón. "The Silent Pentecostals." Christian History 17 (No.2,1998): 23-24. Illus. Latinos in Pentecostalism.

Essig, James David. "The Lord's Free Man: Charles G. Finney and His Abolitionism." Civil War History 24 (March 1978): 25-45.

Estep, William R. "New England Dissent, 1630-1833: A Review Article." Church History 41 (June 1972): 246-252.

Evans, W. Glyn. "Jonathan Edwards - Puritan Paradox." Bibliotheca Sacra 124 (January-March 1967): 51-65.

Farah, Charles. "America's Pentecostals: What They Believe: Speaking in Tongues Isn't Everything." Christianity Today 31 (October 16,1987): 22-26. Illus. Sidebar: "Differences Within the Family," by Charles Farah, p.25.

"Father of Modern Evangelicals? We Still Feel Whitefield's Influence Today." Interview with Mark A. Noll. Christian History 12 (No.2,1993): 42-44.

Faust, Drew Gilpin. "Christian Soldiers: The Meaning of Revivalism in the Confederate Army." Journal of Southern History 53 (February 1987): 63-90.

Findlay, James. "Agency, Denominations and the Western Colleges, 1830-1860: Some Connections between Evangelicalism and American Higher Education." Church History 50 (March 1981): 64-80.

Findlay, James. "Moody, 'Gapmen', and the Gospel: The Early Days of Moody Bible Institute." Church History 31 (September 1962): 322-335.

Findlay, James. "The Northfield Schools." Christian History 9 (No.1,1990): 30-32. Illus. Story of two private New England schools founded by D. L. Moody.

Finley, James B. "The Great Spirit Descends: A Stirring Camp Meeting Among Native Americans." Christian History 14 (No.1,1995): 41. Illus.

Finney, Charles G. "Another Winter in Boston." Christian History 7 (No.4,1988): 10-12. Excerpt from Finney's "Memoirs."

Fisher, Allan. "D. L. Moody's Contribution to Christian Publishing." Christian History 9 (No.1,1990): 32-33. Illus.

Flanders, Robert. "To Transform History: Early Mormon Culture and the Concept of Time and Space." Church History 40 (March 1971): 108-117.

Fortney, Edward L. "The Literature of the History of Methodism." Religion in Life 24 (Summer 1955): 443-451.

Foster, Lawrence. "James J. Strang: The Prophet Who Failed." Church History 50 (June 1981): 182-192.

Fox, Richard Wightman. "The Culture of Liberal Protestant Progressivism, 1875-1925." Journal of Interdisciplinary History 23 (Winter 1993): 639-660.

"From the Archives." Christian History 7 (No.4,1988): 31-35. Selections from the writings of Charles G. Finney.

Frost, J. William. "The Dry Bones of Quaker Theology." Church History 39 (December 1970): 503-523.

Gabriel, Ralph H. "Evangelical Religion and Popular Romanticism in Early Nineteenth-Century America." Church History 29 (March 1950): 34-47.

Gaddis, Merrill E. "Religious Ideas and Attitudes in the Early Frontier." Church History 2 (September 1933): 152-170.

Gaffey, James P. "Patterns of Ecclesiastical Authority: The Problem of Chicago Succession, 1865-1881." Church History 42 (June 1973): 257-270.

"The Gallery: Critics, Friends, Sweethearts, and Acquaintances of Charles G. Finney." Christian History 7 (No.4,1988): 14-18. Illus.

Galli, Mark. "The American Puritans." Christian History 13 (No.1,1994): 44. A bibliographical essay.

Galli, Mark. "Dying to Save: The 'Whitman Massacre' Reveals Much of What Was Noble and Flawed Regarding Missions to Native Americans." Christian History 19 (No.2,2000): 38. Illus.

Galli, Mark. "Gifted Founders." Christian History 13 (No.1,1994): 28-31. Brief biographical sketches of five leading American Puritans. Illus.

Galli, Mark. "Leaders of the Awakening Army: Whitefield's Co-workers in the Great Eighteenth-century Revival." Christian History 12 (No.2,1993): 20-23. Illus.

Galli, Mark. "Revival at Cane Ridge." Christian History 14 (No.1,1995): 8-14. Illus.

Galli, Mark. "Slaveholding Evangelist: Whitefield's Troubling Mix of Views." Christian History 12 (No.2,1993): 41.

Galli, Mark. "Whitefield's Curious Love Life." Christian History 12 (No.2,1993): 33.

Gaustad, Edwin S. "Consensus in America: The Churches' Changing Role." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 36 (March 1968): 28-40.

Gaustad, Edwin S. "Disciples of Reason: What Did the Founding Fathers Really Believe?" Christian History 15 (No.2,1996): 28-31. Illus.

Gaustad, Edwin S. "The Geography of American Religion." Journal of Bible and Religion 30 (January 1962): 38-45.

Gaustad, Edwin S. "Quest for Pure Christianity." Christian History 13 (No.1,1994): 8-9,11-15. Illus. "For 100 years, the American Puritans strove to create a model Christian society."

Gaustad, Edwin S. "Restitution, Revolution, and the American Dream." Journal of American Academy of Religion 44 (March 1976): 77-86.

Gaustad, Edwin S. "The Theological Effects of the Great Awakening in New England." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 40 (March 1954): 681-706.

Gaustad, Edwin S. "Thomas Jefferson, Religious Freedom, and the Supreme Court." Church History 67 (December 1998): 682-694.

Gee, Clarence Stafford. "The Bradford Manuscript." Church History 6 (June 1937): 136-144.

George, Timothy. "Why We Still Need Moody: The Man Who Invented Modern Evangelicalism." Christianity Today 43 (December 6,1999): 66-68. Illus.

Gilbreath, Edward. "Redeeming Fire." Christianity Today 43 (December 6,1999): 38-47. Illus. Problems in the National Baptist Convention, the nation's largest African-American denomination.

Gill, Kenneth. "Dividing Over Oneness: The Oneness Movement Pushed Pentecostals to Organize." Christian History 17 (No.2,1998): 21-22. Illus.

"A Glossary of Terms." Christian History 7 (No.4,1988): 19. Terms used in relation to study of Charles G. Finney.

"God's College and Radical Change." Christian History 7 (No.4,1988): 27. Oberlin College and Charles Finney.

"God's Wonderful Working: The First Great Awakening in New England and the Middle Colonies." Christian History 8 (No.3,1989): 12-18. Illus.

Goen, C. C. "Broken Churches, Broken Nation: Regional Religion and North-South Alienation in Antebellum America." Church History 52 (March 1983): 21-35.

Goen, C. C. "Jonathan Edwards: A New Departure in Eschatology." Church History 28 (March 1959): 25-40.

Goen, C. C. "The 'Methodist Age' in American Church History." Religion in Life 34 (Autumn 1965): 562-572.

Goetz, David L. "Trendsetters in the Religious Wilderness: The Early American Frontier Produced Zealous and Often Eccentric Leaders." Christian History 14 (No.1,1995): 26-29. Barton Warren Stone, Alexander Campbell, Lucy Wright, Lorenzo Dow, and Francis Asbury. Illus.

Goff, James R., Jr. "Peaceniks: Many Early Pentecostals Asked, Why Go to War When Jesus Is On His Way?" Christian History 17 (No.2,1998): 22-23. Illus.

Goff, James R., Jr. "Pentecostal Quilt: Sanctification Scuffles." Christian History 17 (No.2,1998): 18-19. Illus.

Goff, James R., Jr. "The Rise of Southern Gospel Music." Church History 67 (December 1998): 722-744.

Goff, Philip. "Revivals and Revolution: Historiographic Turns Since Alan Heimert's 'Religion and the American Mind'." Church History 67 (December 1998): 695-721.

Goodfriend, Joyce D. "The Social Dimensions of Congregational Life in Colonial New York City." William and Mary Quarterly 46 (April 1989): 252-278.

Gould, William D. "The Religious Opinions of Thomas Jefferson." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 20 (September 1933): 191-208.

Goulding, Stuart D. "Francis Parkman and the Jesuits." History Today 24 (January 1974): 22-31. Illus.

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American Holiness Movement
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Baptist History and Heritage Society
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Canterbury Shaker Village in New Hampshire
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Charles Finney's Perfectionism, by Leo P. Hirrel
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The Great Awakening
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Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts
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John Winthrop
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Timothy Dwight
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The Amish: A People of Preservation. Written and Produced by John L. Ruth. Worcester, PA: Gateway Filmes/Vision Video, 1991. Videocassette, 54 minutes.
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