The Presbyterian Controversy: Fundamentalists, Modernists, and Moderates

Paperback | September 1, 1992

byBradley J. Longfield

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This extensive reference work, hailed by the Journal of Religion as "a book long needed by historians of American religion, " offers "a unique contribution to this often-told story by providing an in-depth analysis of seven persons intimately involved in the controversy" (Theology Today). 13 halftone illustrations.

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This extensive reference work, hailed by the Journal of Religion as "a book long needed by historians of American religion", offers "a unique contribution to this often-told story by providing an in-depth analysis of seven persons intimately involved in the controversy" (Theology Today). 13 halftone illustrations

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This extensive reference work, hailed by the Journal of Religion as "a book long needed by historians of American religion, " offers "a unique contribution to this often-told story by providing an in-depth analysis of seven persons intimately involved in the controversy" (Theology Today). 13 halftone illustrations.

Bradley J. Longfield is at University of Dubuque Theological Seminary.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 1.02 inPublished:September 1, 1992Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195086740

ISBN - 13:9780195086744

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This extensive reference work, hailed by the Journal of Religion as "a book long needed by historians of American religion", offers "a unique contribution to this often-told story by providing an in-depth analysis of seven persons intimately involved in the controversy" (Theology Today). 13 halftone illustrations

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"Longfield's scholarship is superb. This will be an important work in twentieth-century American Protestantism and a worthy volume in the new Religion in America series."--John Mulder, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary