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Religious traditions of North Carolina : histories, tenets and leaders / edited by W. Glenn Jonas, Jr., for the North Caroliniana Society ; foreword by James W. Clark, Jr., and Willis P. Whichard.

Format Book and Print
Publication Info Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2018]
Copyright Notice ©2018
Description335 pages ; 26 cm.
Other author/creatorJonas, W. Glenn, Jr. (William Glenn), 1959- editor.
Other author/creatorClark, James W., Jr. (James William), 1943- writer of foreword.
Other author/creatorWhichard, Willis P., writer of foreword.
Other author/creatorNorth Caroliniana Society, issuing body.
Series North Caroliniana Society imprints ; no. 57
North Caroliniana Society imprints ; no. 57. ^A152389
Contents Baptists / Lydia Huffman Hoyle -- Black religion / Sandy Dwayne Martin -- Brethren / Jeff Bach -- Episcopalians / N. Brooks Graebner -- Holiness/Pentecostal traditions / H. Stanley York -- Judaism / James Ingram Martin, Sr. -- Lutheran / Gary R. Freeze -- Mennonites / Thomas A. Lehman -- Methodists / Michael Perdue -- Moravians / C. Riddick Weber -- Presbyterians / Robert J. Cain -- Quakers / Max L. Carter -- Roman Catholics / Daniel Hutchinson -- World religions / George W. Braswell, Jr., Lisa Stover Grissom.
Abstract "This book presents most of the religious traditions North Carolinians and their ancestors have embraced since 1650. Baptists, Presbyterians, Catholics, Methodists, Episcopalians, Jews, Brethren, Quakers, Lutherans, Mennonites, Moravians, and Pentecostals, along with African American worshippers and non-Christians, are covered in fourteen essays by men and women who have experienced the religious they describe in detail"--Page 4 of cover.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Genre/formChurch history.
LCCN 2018026966
ISBN9781476676463 (illustrated case : alk. paper)

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