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245 00 Encyclopedia of religion in America /|cCharles H. Lippy, 
       Peter W. Williams, editors. 
246 30 Religion in America 
260    Washington, D.C. :|bCQ Press,|c2010. 
300    4 volumes :|billustrations ;|c29 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  V. 1. A-D -- v. 2. E-K -- v. 3. L-P -- v. 4. Q-Z. 
520    Explores the origins, development, influence, and 
       interrelations of the many faiths practiced in North 
       America, including major world religions and emerging 
       sects, cults and movements. 
651  0 North America|xReligion|vEncyclopedias. 
655  4 Faculty publications|y2010. 
655  7 Encyclopedias.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423798 
655  7 Encyclopedias.|2lcgft 
700 1  Lippy, Charles H. 
700 1  Williams, Peter W. 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tEncyclopedia of religion in America.
       |dWashington, D.C. : CQ Press, 2010|w(OCoLC)762092160 
912    .b1553361xJOHNC 
970 01 |tAlphabetical Table of Contents 
970 01 |tThematic Table of Contents 
970 01 |tPreface 
970 01 |tAbout the Editors 
970 01 |tContributors 
970 11 |lVolume 1|tA---D|p1 
970 11 |tAbolitionism and Antislavery|p1 
970 11 |tAbortion|p4 
970 11 |tAdventism and Millennialism|p12 
970 11 |tAdventist and Millennialist Denominational Families|p21 
970 11 |tAfrican American Religion: Colonial Era through the 
       Civil War|p25 
970 11 |tAfrican American Religion: From the Civil War to Civil 
       Rights|p33 
970 11 |tAfrican American Religion: Post---Civil Rights Era|p43 
970 11 |tAfrican Traditional Religions|p51 
970 11 |tAmana Communities|p58 
970 11 |tAmerica, Religious Interpretations of|p62 
970 11 |tAmerican Revolution|p69 
970 11 |tAnabaptist Denominational Family|p75 
970 11 |tAnabaptists|p83 
970 11 |tAngels|p89 
970 11 |tAnglican Tradition and Heritage|p93 
970 11 |tAnglicans in Colonial and Revolutionary America|p104 
970 11 |tAnti-Catholicism|p112 
970 11 |tAntinomian Controversy|p117 
970 11 |tAnti-Semitism|p121 
970 11 |tApocalypticism|p127 
970 11 |tAppalachian Mountain Religion|p135 
970 11 |tArchitecture|p142 
970 11 |tArchitecture: Asian Religions|p149 
970 11 |tArchitecture: Early America|p156 
970 11 |tArchitecture: The European Protestant Background|p163 
970 11 |tArchitecture: Jewish|p169 
970 11 |tArchitecture: Muslim|p175 
970 11 |tArchitecture: New Religious Movements|p181 
970 11 |tArchitecture: Protestant, from the Nineteenth Century to
       the Present|p186 
970 11 |tArchitecture: Roman Catholic|p194 
970 11 |tAtheism, Agnosticism, and Disbelief|p203 
970 11 |tAtlantic World|p213 
970 11 |tBaha'i|p221 
970 11 |tBaptists: African American|p224 
970 11 |tBaptists: Denominations|p230 
970 11 |tBaptists: Sectarian|p238 
970 11 |tBaptists: Southern|p246 
970 11 |tBaptists: Tradition and Heritage|p254 
970 11 |tBenevolent Empire|p268 
970 11 |tBible: As Sacred Text, Translations, Cultural Role|p281 
970 11 |tBible: Interpretation of|p294 
970 11 |tBioethics|p302 
970 11 |tBook of Mormon|p310 
970 11 |tBuddhism in North America|p313 
970 11 |tBuddhist Tradition and Heritage|p321 
970 11 |tCalifornia and the Pacific Rim Region|p329 
970 11 |tCalvinist/Reformed Tradition and Heritage|p337 
970 11 |tCamp Meetings|p347 
970 11 |tCanada: Aboriginal Traditions|p353 
970 11 |tCanada: Anglicans|p360 
970 11 |tCanada: Catholics|p368 
970 11 |tCanada: Church and State|p377 
970 11 |tCanada: Pluralism|p385 
970 11 |tCanada: Protestants and the United Church of Canada|p395
970 11 |tCaribbean Religious Culture and Influence|p404 
970 11 |tCelebrity Culture|p411 
970 11 |tChabad-Lubavitch|p419 
970 11 |tCharismatics/Charismatic Movements|p424 
970 11 |tChildren and Adolescents|p432 
970 11 |tChristian Science|p440 
970 11 |tChurch and State: Revolutionary Period and Early 
       Republic|p449 
970 11 |tChurches of Christ|p460 
970 11 |tCity Missions|p466 
970 11 |tCivil Religion in the United States|p468 
970 11 |tCivil War|p475 
970 11 |tCommon Sense Realism|p483 
970 11 |tCongregationalists|p488 
970 11 |tCongregations|p496 
970 11 |tConstitution|p502 
970 11 |tCult of Domesticity|p511 
970 11 |tDeath and Burial Practices|p517 
970 11 |tDeath of God Theology|p522 
970 11 |tDeism|p526 
970 11 |tDemographics|p531 
970 11 |tDenominationalism|p541 
970 11 |tDevotionalism|p551 
970 11 |tDisciples of Christ|p558 
970 11 |tDispensationalism|p564 
970 11 |tDutch Reformed|p569 
970 01 |tIndex|p576 
970 11 |lVolume 2|tE---K|p577 
970 11 |tEastern Orthodox Tradition and Heritage|p577 
970 11 |tEastern Orthodoxy|p585 
970 11 |tEconomics|p592 
970 11 |tEcumenism|p599 
970 11 |tEducation|p607 
970 11 |tEducation: Bible Schools and Colleges|p617 
970 11 |tEducation: Boarding Schools|p620 
970 11 |tEducation: Christian School Movement|p622 
970 11 |tEducation: Colleges and Universities|p627 
970 11 |tEducation: Court Cases|p635 
970 11 |tEducation: Home Schooling Movement|p643 
970 11 |tEducation: Parochial and Private Religious Day Schools
       |p646 
970 11 |tEducation: Religious Issues|p656 
970 11 |tEducation: Seminaries and Theological Education|p663 
970 11 |tEducation: Sunday Schools|p672 
970 11 |tThe Electronic Church|p677 
970 11 |tEmerging Church Movement|p682 
970 11 |tEmotion|p687 
970 11 |tEnlightenment|p693 
970 11 |tEnvironment and Ecology|p700 
970 11 |tEnvironment and Ecology: Colonial Era through the Early 
       Nineteenth Century|p710 
970 11 |tEnvironment and Ecology: Current Ethical Issues|p716 
970 11 |tEnvironment and Ecology: Native American Cultures|p721 
970 11 |tEnvironment and Ecology: Since the Mid-Nineteenth 
       Century|p726 
970 11 |tEpiscopalians: Early Republic|p733 
970 11 |tEpiscopalians: The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era
       |p739 
970 11 |tEpiscopalians: Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries|p745
970 11 |tEsoteric Movements|p751 
970 11 |tEstablishment, Religious|p760 
970 11 |tEthnicity|p765 
970 11 |tEthnographic and Anthropological Approaches|p775 
970 11 |tEvangelicals: Colonial America|p783 
970 11 |tEvangelicals: Current Trends and Movements|p791 
970 11 |tEvangelicals: Nineteenth Century|p796 
970 11 |tEvangelicals: Twentieth Century|p804 
970 11 |tEvolution, Creation Science, and Intelligent Design|p810
970 11 |tFaith-Based Community Organizations|p819 
970 11 |tFaith-Based Initiatives|p824 
970 11 |tFeminism|p827 
970 11 |tFeminist Studies|p835 
970 11 |tFilm|p838 
970 11 |tFolklore|p845 
970 11 |tFood and Diet|p852 
970 11 |tFreedom, Religious|p862 
970 11 |tFrontier and Borderlands|p870 
970 11 |tFundamentalism|p875 
970 11 |tFundamentalism: Contemporary|p886 
970 11 |tGender|p895 
970 11 |tGeographical Approaches|p903 
970 11 |tGlossolalia|p910 
970 11 |tGreat Awakening(s)|p913 
970 11 |tGreat Lakes Region|p921 
970 11 |tGreat Plains Region|p929 
970 11 |tHarmonialism and Metaphysical Religion|p937 
970 11 |tHasidism|p943 
970 11 |tHealing|p948 
970 11 |tHealth, Disease, and Medicine|p954 
970 11 |tHindu Tradition and Heritage|p965 
970 11 |tHinduism in North America|p973 
970 11 |tHispanic Influence|p978 
970 11 |tHistorical Approaches|p985 
970 11 |tHistory of Religions, Approaches|p993 
970 11 |tHolidays|p1001 
970 11 |tHoliness Denominational Family|p1013 
970 11 |tHoliness Movement|p1021 
970 11 |tHolocaust|p1027 
970 11 |tHouse Church Movement|p1032 
970 11 |tIdealist Philosophy|p1037 
970 11 |tImmigration: From the Colonial Era to the Mid-Nineteenth
       Century|p1042 
970 11 |tImmigration: From the Mid-Nineteenth Century to World 
       War I|p1050 
970 11 |tImmigration: From World War I to the 1965 Immigration 
       Act|p1058 
970 11 |tImmigration: Since the 1965 Immigration Act|p1063 
970 11 |tIndependent Bible and Community Churches|p1068 
970 11 |tInternet|p1073 
970 11 |tInvisible Institution|p1081 
970 11 |tIslam in North America|p1083 
970 11 |tIslam Tradition and Heritage|p1091 
970 11 |tJainism|p1101 
970 11 |tJehovah's Witnesses|p1106 
970 11 |tJournalism|p1109 
970 11 |tJudaism: Conservative|p1114 
970 11 |tJudaism: Jewish Culture|p1120 
970 11 |tJudaism: Jewish Identity|p1125 
970 11 |tJudaism: Jewish Science|p1133 
970 11 |tJudaism: Orthodox|p1135 
970 11 |tJudaism: Reconstructionist|p1141 
970 11 |tJudaism: Reform|p1144 
970 11 |tJudaism: Sectarian Movements|p1150 
970 11 |tJudaism: Secular|p1153 
970 11 |tJudaism: Tradition and Heritage|p1158 
970 11 |tKrishna Consciousness|p1169 
970 01 |tIndex|p1172 
970 11 |lVolume 3|tL---P|p1173 
970 11 |tLatino American Religion: Catholics, Colonial Origins
       |p1173 
970 11 |tLatino American Religion: Catholics, Nineteenth Century
       |p1178 
970 11 |tLatino American Religion: Catholics, Twentieth Century
       |p1184 
970 11 |tLatino American Religion: Mainline Protestants|p1189 
970 11 |tLatino American Religion: Pentecostals|p1195 
970 11 |tLatino American Religion: Struggles for Justice|p1200 
970 11 |tLatino/a Religious Practice|p1205 
970 11 |tLatter-day Saints|p1214 
970 11 |tLiberation Theology|p1221 
970 11 |tLiterature|p1224 
970 11 |tLiterature: African American|p1237 
970 11 |tLiterature: Colonial|p1244 
970 11 |tLiterature: Contemporary|p1252 
970 11 |tLiterature: Early Republic and the "American 
       Renaissance"|p1260 
970 11 |tLiterature: From the Civil War to World War I|p1267 
970 11 |tLiturgical Arts|p1274 
970 11 |tLived Religion|p1282 
970 11 |tLutheran Churches|p1289 
970 11 |tLutheran Tradition and Heritage|p1298 
970 11 |tMainline Protestants|p1309 
970 11 |tMarriage and Family|p1317 
970 11 |tMasculinity|p1322 
970 11 |tMaterial Culture, Approaches|p1329 
970 11 |tMegachurches|p1337 
970 11 |tMethodists: African American|p1340 
970 11 |tMethodists: Through the Nineteenth Century|p1346 
970 11 |tMethodists: Since the Nineteenth Century|p1354 
970 11 |tMethodists: Tradition and Heritage|p1362 
970 11 |tMexico: Colonial Era|p1375 
970 11 |tMexico: Independence to the Mexican Revolution|p1380 
970 11 |tMexico: Indigenous Religions|p1386 
970 11 |tMexico: Protestants|p1393 
970 11 |tMexico: Twentieth Century|p1398 
970 11 |tMinistry, Professional|p1404 
970 11 |tMissions: Domestic|p1411 
970 11 |tMissions: Foreign|p1417 
970 11 |tMissions: Native American|p1421 
970 11 |tMoravians|p1427 
970 11 |tMountain West and Prairie Region|p1432 
970 11 |tMusic: African American|p1440 
970 11 |tMusic: African American Gospel|p1444 
970 11 |tMusic: African American Spirituals|p1448 
970 11 |tMusic: Appalachian Religious|p1452 
970 11 |tMusic: Christian|p1458 
970 11 |tMusic: Contemporary Christian|p1466 
970 11 |tMusic: Coritos/Spanish-Language|p1471 
970 11 |tMusic: Hymnody|p1473 
970 11 |tMusic: Jewish|p1481 
970 11 |tMusic: Roman Catholic|p1486 
970 11 |tMusic: White Gospel|p1491 
970 11 |tNation(s) of Islam|p1497 
970 11 |tNative American Religions|p1501 
970 11 |tNative American Religions: Pre-Contact|p1514 
970 11 |tNative American Religions: Post-Contact|p1519 
970 11 |tNative American Religions: Contemporary|p1524 
970 11 |tNature and Nature Religion|p1527 
970 11 |tNeo-Orthodoxy|p1533 
970 11 |tNeo-Paganism|p1538 
970 11 |tNeo-Thomism|p1541 
970 11 |tNew Age Religion(s)|p1544 
970 11 |tNew England Region|p1551 
970 11 |tNew Religious Movements|p1561 
970 11 |tNew Religious Movements: Black Nationalist Movements
       |p1571 
970 11 |tNew Religious Movements: Nineteenth Century|p1576 
970 11 |tNew Religious Movements: Twentieth Century|p1584 
970 11 |tOccult and Metaphysical Religion|p1593 
970 11 |tOneida Community|p1598 
970 11 |tPacific Northwest Region|p1601 
970 11 |tPacifism and Conscientious Objection|p1609 
970 11 |tPentecostal Denominational Family|p1615 
970 11 |tPentecostals|p1623 
970 11 |tPentecostals: African American|p1633 
970 11 |tPhilanthropy|p1638 
970 11 |tPhilosophical Theology|p1646 
970 11 |tPhilosophy|p1649 
970 11 |tPietism|p1656 
970 11 |tPilgrims|p1662 
970 11 |tPledge of Allegiance|p1667 
970 11 |tPluralism|p1670 
970 11 |tPolitics: Colonial Era|p1674 
970 11 |tPolitics: Nineteenth Century|p1682 
970 11 |tPolitics: Twentieth Century|p1690 
970 11 |tPolity|p1698 
970 11 |tPopular Religion and Popular Culture|p1701 
970 11 |tPopular Religion and Popular Culture: From the Colonial 
       Era to the Civil War|p1711 
970 11 |tPopular Religion and Popular Culture: From the Civil War
       to the Mid-Twentieth Century|p1717 
970 11 |tPopular Religion and Popular Culture: Since the Mid-
       Twentieth Century|p1723 
970 11 |tPopulism|p1728 
970 11 |tPositive Thinking|p1734 
970 11 |tPostmodernism|p1737 
970 11 |tPractical Theology|p1739 
970 11 |tPragmatism|p1743 
970 11 |tPreaching|p1748 
970 11 |tPresbyterians: Colonial|p1753 
970 11 |tPresbyterians: Nineteenth Century|p1759 
970 11 |tPresbyterians: Since the Nineteenth Century|p1768 
970 11 |tProgressivism|p1775 
970 11 |tProhibition|p1780 
970 11 |tProtestant Liberalism|p1782 
970 11 |tPsychology of Religion|p1791 
970 11 |tPuritans|p1793 
970 01 |tIndex|p1806 
970 11 |lVolume 4|tQ---Z|p1807 
970 11 |tQuakers: Through the Nineteenth Century|p1807 
970 11 |tQuakers: Since the Nineteenth Century|p1815 
970 11 |tQur'an|p1820 
970 11 |tRace and Racism|p1825 
970 11 |tRadio|p1833 
970 11 |tReformed Denominational Family|p1838 
970 11 |tReligion, Regulation of|p1844 
970 11 |tReligious Prejudice|p1851 
970 11 |tReligious Prejudice: Anti-Cult|p1857 
970 11 |tReligious Press|p1860 
970 11 |tReligious Right|p1867 
970 11 |tReligious Studies|p1875 
970 11 |tReligious Thought|p1880 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: African American|p1892 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Feminist|p1899 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Gay Theology|p1908 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Jewish|p1910 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Latino/a|p1913 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Lesbian Theology|p1918 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Mujerista|p1921 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Reformed Protestant|p1924 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Roman Catholic|p1930 
970 11 |tReligious Thought: Womanist|p1935 
970 11 |tRevivalism: Nineteenth Century|p1939 
970 11 |tRevivalism: Twentieth Century to the Present|p1946 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: African American Catholics|p1954 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: Catholics in the Atlantic Colonies
       |p1960 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: Catholics in the New Nation and the 
       Early Republic|p1963 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: The Impact of Immigration in the 
       Nineteenth Century|p1968 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: The Age of the Catholic Ghetto|p1976 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: The Cold War and Vatican II|p1984 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: The Later Twentieth Century|p1988 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: Early Twenty-First-Century Issues
       |p1993 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: Cultural Impact|p1996 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: French Influence|p2004 
970 11 |tRoman Catholicism: Tradition and Heritage|p2008 
970 11 |tRomanticism|p2019 
970 11 |tSame-Gender Marriage|p2027 
970 11 |tSanteria|p2031 
970 11 |tScience|p2034 
970 11 |tScientology|p2047 
970 11 |tScriptures: American Texts|p2052 
970 11 |tSeeker Churches|p2057 
970 11 |tSerpent Handlers|p2060 
970 11 |tSettlement Houses|p2062 
970 11 |tSeventh-day Adventists|p2065 
970 11 |tSexuality and Sexual Identity|p2068 
970 11 |tShakers|p2076 
970 11 |tSikhs|p2080 
970 11 |tSocial Ethics|p2086 
970 11 |tSocial Gospel|p2089 
970 11 |tSocial Reform|p2096 
970 11 |tSociological Approaches|p2109 
970 11 |tThe South as Region|p2117 
970 11 |tThe Southwest as Region|p2125 
970 11 |tSpiritualism|p2133 
970 11 |tSpirituality|p2139 
970 11 |tSpirituality: Contemporary Trends|p2146 
970 11 |tSport(s)|p2153 
970 11 |tStone-Campbell Movement|p2161 
970 11 |tSuburbanization|p2166 
970 11 |tSunday and the Sabbath|p2169 
970 11 |tSupreme Court|p2175 
970 11 |tSystematic Theology|p2182 
970 11 |tTelevision|p2187 
970 11 |tTheocracy|p2191 
970 11 |tTorah|p2194 
970 11 |tTourism and Pilgrimage|p2197 
970 11 |tTranscendentalism|p2205 
970 11 |tTranscendental Meditation|p2211 
970 11 |tUnaffiliated|p2215 
970 11 |tUnification Church|p2220 
970 11 |tUnitarians|p2222 
970 11 |tUnitarian Universalist Association|p2228 
970 11 |tUniversalists|p2231 
970 11 |tUtopian and Communitarian Experiments|p2234 
970 11 |tViolence and Terror|p2245 
970 11 |tVisual Culture|p2255 
970 11 |tVisual Culture: Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts in
       Early America|p2265 
970 11 |tVisual Culture: Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts 
       from the Revolution to the Civil War|p2272 
970 11 |tVisual Culture: Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts 
       from the Civil War to World War II|p2278 
970 11 |tVisual Culture: Painting, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts 
       since World War II|p2286 
970 11 |tVoodoo|p2291 
970 11 |tWicca and Witchcraft|p2295 
970 11 |tWomen|p2300 
970 11 |tWomen Religious|p2313 
970 11 |tWomen: Evangelical|p2322 
970 11 |tWomen: Jewish|p2328 
970 11 |tWomen: Muslim|p2333 
970 11 |tWomen: Ordination of|p2338 
970 11 |tWomen: Protestant|p2344 
970 11 |tWomen: Roman Catholic|p2349 
970 11 |tWorld War I|p2354 
970 11 |tWorld War II|p2357 
970 11 |tWorship: Anglican|p2360 
970 11 |tWorship: Contemporary Currents|p2363 
970 11 |tWorship: Eastern Orthodox|p2368 
970 11 |tWorship: Jewish|p2371 
970 11 |tWorship: Muslim|p2376 
970 11 |tWorship: Protestant|p2381 
970 11 |tWorship: Roman Catholic|p2389 
970 11 |tZen Buddhism|p2399 
970 11 |tZionism|p2402 
970 01 |tImage Credits|p2407 
970 01 |tIndex|p2408 
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