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The progress of the Protestant : a pictorial history from the early reformers to present-day ecumenism, design by Al Corchia, Jr

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The progress of the Protestant : a pictorial history from the early reformers to present-day ecumenism
Title
The progress of the Protestant
Title remainder
a pictorial history from the early reformers to present-day ecumenism
Statement of responsibility
design by Al Corchia, Jr
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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DLC
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Haverstick, John
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Protestantism
  • Protestantism
Label
The progress of the Protestant : a pictorial history from the early reformers to present-day ecumenism, design by Al Corchia, Jr
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. The Pre-Reformation era. The medieval God -- The angelic doctor -- The serene face of Catholicism -- The eastern schism -- Hot-tempered John -- Listen to me! -- 2. The Reformation. The unholy see of Leo X -- A benign-looking monk becomes the scapegoat -- The Lutheran revolt -- A problem for Erasmus -- Stout Martin Luther -- The great reforms -- The burning of the papal bull -- "I will not recant" -- The seven-headed monster -- The open Bible -- Poor, pale Philip -- The Augsburg confession -- Those Calvanist "devils" struggle against the bastion of Catholicism -- Patient John Calvin -- The faces of Calvinism -- The radical ones -- Poor Anabaptists! -- The rise of Presbyterianism -- Tiny William Tyndale -- The religion of the Tudor family -- The characters of Mother Gooseland -- The burning of Latimer and Ridley -- Bloody Mary's victims -- The massacre of St. Bartholomew's day -- Better a republic than a Huguenot king! -- The Dutch inquisition -- 3. The seventeenth century. The problems of the King James Bible -- The Anglicans and the Puritans -- Puritan critics -- "Stoope, Charles!" -- The thirty-years' war -- God in America -- The puritan theocracy -- The fall of old Adam -- Up-biblum God -- The American Baptists -- Some pitfalls for the sinner -- The amazing journey of a man named Christian -- A Baptist gets a tongue-lashing and some Quakers fare worse -- Practical George Fox -- "The holy experiment" -- 4. The eighteenth century. A welcome for the Salzburgers -- Pious Moravians -- A pietist colony -- The Presbyterians and the German reformed -- The last Puritan -- The great paradox -- The great awakening -- The battle of the hymnals -- The deists -- Little John Wesley -- An anti-Methodist cartoon -- The deist and the revolution -- A deist named Ben Franklin rewrites the Lord's prayer -- "No bishops!" -- "Now boys, give them Watts!" -- The American methodists -- A methodist leaning -- The fundamentalist heaven-and hell -- A Quaker heaven -- The Swedenborgian vision -- "I love to see them stamp and grin" -- The great camp meetings -- Frontier gospel -- The early ups and downs of spreading the gospel -- 5. The nineteenth century. To India-and to China -- The golden age of the missionary -- The lives of five missionaries -- The arrest of Adoniram Judson -- Henry Opukahaia's people -- The king and Dan Bradley -- "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" -- A puzzle for Japan -- The Taiping rebellion -- The Millerites await their glorious day -- The anti-Catholic riots -- The anglo-Catholics -- The European theologians -- The changing devil -- The rise of existentialism -- The new freedom -- A white whale becomes black evil -- The collapse of Calvinism -- The oriental influence -- Mind, matter -- and muscle -- The Mormons -- The good lives of the Quakers -- The Amistad mutiny -- Joshua commands the sun to stand still -- The temperance movement -- The great revivalists -- A bridge to Darwinism -- The Marxist "heresy" -- "Soap, soup, and salvation" -- The social gospel -- The anti-missionary cry -- The boxer uprising -- 6. The twentieth century. Nearer, my God, to thee -- Freud enters! -- The defeated Presbyterian -- The new Bibles -- The monkey trial -- Peace, it's wonderful! -- "De Lawd" of the green pastures -- The gospel of success -- The atomic God -- The last anabaptists -- The Dead Sea scrolls -- "I am ready to kneel down..." -- "Are you running with me, Jesus?" -- The question of "syncretism" -- "The greatest man in the world" -- Letter from a Birmingham jail -- The Vatican council -- "God is dead!" -- The twentieth-century theologians -- "God is bigger than we think"
Control code
330305
Dimensions
31 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
273 pages
Lccn
66022065
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
(WaOLN)478051
Label
The progress of the Protestant : a pictorial history from the early reformers to present-day ecumenism, design by Al Corchia, Jr
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. The Pre-Reformation era. The medieval God -- The angelic doctor -- The serene face of Catholicism -- The eastern schism -- Hot-tempered John -- Listen to me! -- 2. The Reformation. The unholy see of Leo X -- A benign-looking monk becomes the scapegoat -- The Lutheran revolt -- A problem for Erasmus -- Stout Martin Luther -- The great reforms -- The burning of the papal bull -- "I will not recant" -- The seven-headed monster -- The open Bible -- Poor, pale Philip -- The Augsburg confession -- Those Calvanist "devils" struggle against the bastion of Catholicism -- Patient John Calvin -- The faces of Calvinism -- The radical ones -- Poor Anabaptists! -- The rise of Presbyterianism -- Tiny William Tyndale -- The religion of the Tudor family -- The characters of Mother Gooseland -- The burning of Latimer and Ridley -- Bloody Mary's victims -- The massacre of St. Bartholomew's day -- Better a republic than a Huguenot king! -- The Dutch inquisition -- 3. The seventeenth century. The problems of the King James Bible -- The Anglicans and the Puritans -- Puritan critics -- "Stoope, Charles!" -- The thirty-years' war -- God in America -- The puritan theocracy -- The fall of old Adam -- Up-biblum God -- The American Baptists -- Some pitfalls for the sinner -- The amazing journey of a man named Christian -- A Baptist gets a tongue-lashing and some Quakers fare worse -- Practical George Fox -- "The holy experiment" -- 4. The eighteenth century. A welcome for the Salzburgers -- Pious Moravians -- A pietist colony -- The Presbyterians and the German reformed -- The last Puritan -- The great paradox -- The great awakening -- The battle of the hymnals -- The deists -- Little John Wesley -- An anti-Methodist cartoon -- The deist and the revolution -- A deist named Ben Franklin rewrites the Lord's prayer -- "No bishops!" -- "Now boys, give them Watts!" -- The American methodists -- A methodist leaning -- The fundamentalist heaven-and hell -- A Quaker heaven -- The Swedenborgian vision -- "I love to see them stamp and grin" -- The great camp meetings -- Frontier gospel -- The early ups and downs of spreading the gospel -- 5. The nineteenth century. To India-and to China -- The golden age of the missionary -- The lives of five missionaries -- The arrest of Adoniram Judson -- Henry Opukahaia's people -- The king and Dan Bradley -- "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" -- A puzzle for Japan -- The Taiping rebellion -- The Millerites await their glorious day -- The anti-Catholic riots -- The anglo-Catholics -- The European theologians -- The changing devil -- The rise of existentialism -- The new freedom -- A white whale becomes black evil -- The collapse of Calvinism -- The oriental influence -- Mind, matter -- and muscle -- The Mormons -- The good lives of the Quakers -- The Amistad mutiny -- Joshua commands the sun to stand still -- The temperance movement -- The great revivalists -- A bridge to Darwinism -- The Marxist "heresy" -- "Soap, soup, and salvation" -- The social gospel -- The anti-missionary cry -- The boxer uprising -- 6. The twentieth century. Nearer, my God, to thee -- Freud enters! -- The defeated Presbyterian -- The new Bibles -- The monkey trial -- Peace, it's wonderful! -- "De Lawd" of the green pastures -- The gospel of success -- The atomic God -- The last anabaptists -- The Dead Sea scrolls -- "I am ready to kneel down..." -- "Are you running with me, Jesus?" -- The question of "syncretism" -- "The greatest man in the world" -- Letter from a Birmingham jail -- The Vatican council -- "God is dead!" -- The twentieth-century theologians -- "God is bigger than we think"
Control code
330305
Dimensions
31 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
273 pages
Lccn
66022065
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
(WaOLN)478051

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