Published January 2000
by University Press of Kentucky .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
A Genealogy of Dissent: Southern Baptist Protest in the Twentieth Century: Southern Baptist Protest in the 20th Century (Religion in the South) - Kindle edition by Stricklin, David. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Genealogy of Dissent: Southern Baptist Protest in the Twentieth Reviews: 1. Most recently, a new book has appeared which further supports the thesis that southerners were greatly concerned about social issues. David Stricklin, in A Genealogy of Dissent, traces the dissenting voice among the strong, regional conservativism prevalent in . Get this from a library! A genealogy of dissent: Southern Baptist protest in the twentieth century. [David Stricklin] -- Between the Civil War and the turn of the last century, Southern Baptists gained prominence in the religious life of the South. As their power increased, they became defenders of the racial. A genealogy of dissent Southern Baptist protest in the twentieth century This edition published in by University Press of Kentucky in Lexington, :
-- H-Net Book Review "Looks beyond the standard characterizations of Southern Baptists to examine several issues of disagreement and dissent within their churches, organizations, and institutions." -- Southern Quarterly "David Stricklin's A Genealogy of Dissent depicts a powerful Baptist counterpoint to social conformity and culture-based. A Genealogy of Dissent: Southern Baptist Protest in the Twentieth Century. By David Stricklin. Religion in the South. (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, c. Pp. xviii, $, ISBN ) This book appears at an important time in American religious life. Precursors of the genealogy of dissent among Southern Baptists were small in number, but rich in variety, nature, and motivation. Furthermore, as was true of support in the South for the social gospel itself, the origins of progressive dissent among Southern Baptists were never purely indigenous.¹ Many dissenters had embraced northern ideas, some from actual periods of study in northern. A Genealogy of Dissent: Southern Baptist Protest in the Twentieth Century. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, Pp. xviii, $, hardback. In A Genealogy of Dissent: Southern Baptist Protest in the 20th Century, historian David Stricklin reveals and .
to public safety and security." Thus is dissent regulated and policed. Black Bloc, Wh ite Riot tackles the gender of violence, the space o " f politics, direct action and production, and rioting. Its author's preface ends: "I will judge this book a success if at least some consider it a useful guide in these endeavors.". A Genealogy of Dissent Southern Baptist Protest in the Twentieth Century. By David Stricklin. University Press of Kentucky. Intended for healthcare professionals. MENU. Search Browse; Resources. Authors; Librarians; Editors; Societies. In A Genealogy of Dissent, David Stricklin traces the history of these progressive Baptists and their descendants throughout the twentieth century and shows how they created an active culture of protest within a highly traditional society. Word Wise: Enabled Language: English 5/5(1).