David Hempton and Hugh McLeod, editors. Secularization and Religious Innovation in the North Atlantic World.

David Hempton and Hugh McLeod, editors. Secularization and Religious Innovation in the North... Stewart J. Brown, The Established Churches, Church Growth, and Secularization in Imperial Britain, c.1830–1930. Eric Baldwin, Religious Markets, Capital Markets, and Church Finances in Industrializing America. David Bebbington, Evangelicalism and Secularization in Britain and America from the Eighteenth Century to the Present. Heather D. Curtis, “There Are No Secular Events”: Popular Media and the Diverging Paths of British and American Evangelicalism. David Holland, On the Volatile Relationship of Secularization and New Religious Movements: A Christian Science Case. Colleen McDannell, Mormons and Materialism: Struggling against the Ideology of Separation. Ann Braude, Women’s History and Religious Innovation. Tine Van Osselaer, “Such a Renewal”: Catholic All-Male Movements in Modern Europe. Randall Stephens, Pentecostalism and Popular Culture in Britain and America from the Early Twentieth Century to the 1970s. Hugh McLeod, Muscular Christianity: American and European. Michael Snape, GI Religion and Post-war Revival in the United States and Great Britain. Uta A. Balbier, “Bill Graham’s Cold War Crusades”: Re-Christianization, Secularization, and the Spiritual Creation of the Free World in the 1950s. Wilhelm Damberg, Is There an American Exceptionalism? American and German Catholics in Comparison. Leslie Woodcock Tentler, How Exceptional? US Catholics since 1945. Kip Richardson, Gospels of Growth: The American Megachurch at Home and Abroad. Grace Davie, Religion, Territory, and Choice: Contrasting Configurations, 1970–2015. Hugh McLeod, “Religious America, Secular Europe”: Are They Really So Different? David Hempton, Organizing Concepts and “Small Difference” in the Comparative Secularization of Western Europe and the United States. © The Author 2018. Published by Oxford University Press. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American Historical Review Oxford University Press

David Hempton and Hugh McLeod, editors. Secularization and Religious Innovation in the North Atlantic World.

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Oxford University Press
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© The Author 2018. Published by Oxford University Press.
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0002-8762
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1937-5239
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10.1093/ahr/123.1.365c
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Stewart J. Brown, The Established Churches, Church Growth, and Secularization in Imperial Britain, c.1830–1930. Eric Baldwin, Religious Markets, Capital Markets, and Church Finances in Industrializing America. David Bebbington, Evangelicalism and Secularization in Britain and America from the Eighteenth Century to the Present. Heather D. Curtis, “There Are No Secular Events”: Popular Media and the Diverging Paths of British and American Evangelicalism. David Holland, On the Volatile Relationship of Secularization and New Religious Movements: A Christian Science Case. Colleen McDannell, Mormons and Materialism: Struggling against the Ideology of Separation. Ann Braude, Women’s History and Religious Innovation. Tine Van Osselaer, “Such a Renewal”: Catholic All-Male Movements in Modern Europe. Randall Stephens, Pentecostalism and Popular Culture in Britain and America from the Early Twentieth Century to the 1970s. Hugh McLeod, Muscular Christianity: American and European. Michael Snape, GI Religion and Post-war Revival in the United States and Great Britain. Uta A. Balbier, “Bill Graham’s Cold War Crusades”: Re-Christianization, Secularization, and the Spiritual Creation of the Free World in the 1950s. Wilhelm Damberg, Is There an American Exceptionalism? American and German Catholics in Comparison. Leslie Woodcock Tentler, How Exceptional? US Catholics since 1945. Kip Richardson, Gospels of Growth: The American Megachurch at Home and Abroad. Grace Davie, Religion, Territory, and Choice: Contrasting Configurations, 1970–2015. Hugh McLeod, “Religious America, Secular Europe”: Are They Really So Different? David Hempton, Organizing Concepts and “Small Difference” in the Comparative Secularization of Western Europe and the United States. © The Author 2018. Published by Oxford University Press.

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