4 edition of Social gospel liberalism and the ministry of Ernest Fremont Tittle found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 377-393) and index.
|Statement||Christopher Hodge Evans.|
|LC Classifications||BX8495.T67 E92 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 400 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||400|
|LC Control Number||96026620|
Faith Pulpit Faith Baptist Theological Seminary Ankeny, Iowa April Waving the Flag, Part II George Houghton, Th.D. What is happening today is not new, and it is not isolated to only a few rare incidents. Let us note and learn from some examples from the past. Andover Seminary. Andover was started in – because [ ]. determination to "take time seriously." "The Social Gospel and the Mind of Jesus" also provides a telling further development of a principal theme in Niebuhr's critique of the social gospel. While in his published work he objects to the "indirect strategies" of the social gospel writers and their.
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Tittle, the renowned minister of First Methodist church, Evanston, IL, was among the prominent representatives of the post-World-War I social gospel movement.
This study analyzes how Tittle's theology of social reform, based on racial justice, economic equality, and pacifism, was influenced by the upper middle class context of First Church Evanston. : Social Gospel Liberalism and the Ministry of Ernest Fremont Tittle: A Theology for the Middle Class (Texts & Studies in Social Gospel Author: Christopher Hodge Evans.
Social gospel liberalism and the ministry of Ernest Fremont Tittle. Lewiston: Mellen University Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Ernest Fremont Tittle; Ernest Fremont Tittle; Ernest Fremont Tittle; Ernest Fremont Tittle: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Hodge Evans.
THE SOCIAL GOSPEL AS PASTORAL MINISTRY: THE EXAMPLE OF ERNEST FREMONT TITTLE CHRISTOPHER H. EVANS InArthur Landwehr, senior pastor of First United Methodist Church, Evanston, Illinois preached a sermon commemorating what would have been the th birthday of that church's famed minister, Dr.
Ernest Fremont Tittle. Social gospel liberalism and the ministry of Ernest Fremont Tittle: a theology for the middle class by Christopher Hodge Evans (Book) Ernest Fremont Tittle's theory and practice of preaching by Harold A Brack (Book). Liberalism and the social gospel were seen as evidence that reason and intelligence had won in the battle with the superstitions of the former orthodoxy.
An Elective Course for Young People (New York: Methodist Book Concern, ), 7. Johnson, F. Ernest Johnson, The Church and Society Ernest Fremont Tittle, “The Use and Abuse of. Ernest Fremont Tittle, who at the tim hies o deatf h in had occupied one shamefully neglected here—the origins of the social gospel, and its relation to and he used their backing to fight a series of battles for liberal and social Christianity against the two enemies of progress in American.
lished in —Social Gospel Liberalism and the Ministry of Ernest Fremont Tittle, by Chris-topher Hodge Evans—indicates by its title the direction of his sympathies. (Glenn Beck fans, be advised—Tittle was a prototypical “social-justice Christian.”) If I had noticed The Religion of the Spirit in.
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Class Social Gospel Liberalism and the Ministry of Ernest Fremont Tittle." GREGORY S. CLAPPER is Associate Professor in the Chapman-Benson Chair of Christian Faith and Philosophy at Huntingdon College, Montgomery, AL. He is a graduate of Carthage College (B.A.), the University of Wisconsin. years of social gospel Christianity.
by Philocrites. Alan Wolfe reviews a new collection celebrating the centennial of Walter Rauschenbusch's landmark book, Christianity and the Social Crisis, which became the bestselling expression of the "social gospel" movement in American says Rauschenbusch's book and Upton Sinclair's novel The Jungle were the two.
Interestingly, some social gospel advocates voiced concern that a division was already taking place during the first decade of the s. They realized that many Methodists reared in revivalism and the importance of a personal response to the gospel believed the social gospel was drifting away from traditional Methodist doctrine and experience.
1 The most notable Canadian social gospel theologian was undoubtedly Salem Bland, author of The New C ; 2 Walter Rauschenbusch, Christianity and the Social Crisis, New York: Macmillan,; 2 The Social Gospel movement in Canada found its inspiration in the same group of social theologians as in the USA and in Europe, although the country also produced some writers who can be considered.
With two biographies of liberal church leaders under his belt (see his earlier work on Ernest Fremont Tittle ). and with a third now under way (on G. Bromley Oxnam), Miller bids fair to become America’s foremost biographer of liberalism, and a major force in the rescue and revitalization of the genre of scholarly biography, which sadly.
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Jesus' ministry lasted precisely days. In an appendix to the book there is an extended "Note on Gospel Chronology." The chapter on Jerusalem is most excel-lent, and its value is enhanced by the Plan of Jerusalem found on the end papers of the book.
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All Items Are Subject To A $ S&H Fee.Miller’s also written several biographies of the sorts of people who would be included in the Christian Left: Harry Emerson Fosdick, G Bromley Oxnam, Ernest Fremont Tittle, etc.
I’m at an office job at the moment, so I don’t have access to my bibliography, but these are a few more recent books that come to mind: Dorrien, Gary. The Social Gospel Today (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, ). (59) Christopher Evans, Liberalism Without Illusions: Renewing an American Christian Tradition (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, ).
(60) Christopher Evans, The Social Gospel in American Religion: A History (New York: New York University Press, ).