History of Religion in the United States

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INDEX
A
Abbott, Lyman, 450, 466, 484, 511
Abhedananda, Swami, 524
Abolitionism, 363, 365, 369-73
Acadians, 98
Act Against Heresy ( 1646), 72
Activism, 446, 477
Adams, Abigail, 200
Adams, John, 200, 215, 288
Adams, John Quincy, 292
Adams, Samuel, 196
Addams, Jane, 486, 507
Adler, Cyrus, 439
Adler, Felix, 436
Adopting Act ( 1729), 153
Adventism, 343-45
African Methodist Episcopal Church in
America, 280
Ainsworth, Henry, 79
Aitken, Robert, 216
Albright, Jacob, 237
Alcott, Bronson, 342
Alemany, Joseph, 33
Alexander, Bishop, 442
Alexander, Archibald, 336
Allen, Ethan, 219
Allen, Richard, 279
Allouez, Claude, 36
Altham, John, 94
Amana Society, 340-41
American Bible Society, 292-93, 391, 497, 513, 569
American Education Society, 287
American Federation of Labor, 481
American Home Missionary Society, 265, 267-69, 270
American Missionary Association, 394, 405
American Protective Association, 434-35
American Sunday School Union, 291-92
American Tract Society, 293
Americanism, 558-59. See alsoRoman Catholic Church
Ames, Edward R., 396, 401
Ames, William, 63, 145
Alva, Fernando, Duke of, 11
Amherst College, and the second revival, 257
Amish (Ammenites), 131
Anabaptists, 17-18
Anderson, James, 152
Anderson, William C., 279, 327
Andren, O. C. T., 422
Andrew, James O., 377
Andrewes, Lancelot, 92
Andrews, Jedediah, 147
Andros, Edmund, 59, 87-88, 124
Anglican Church: and the American Revolution, 197-99; in the colonial Carolinas, 54-55; in colonial Delaware, 57; in colonial Georgia, 55-56; in colonial Maryland, 44-45, 97-98 (see alsoCommissaries); in colonial New England, 58-61, 87; in colonial New Jersey, 57-58; in colonial New York, 56-57, 127, 128; in colonial Pennsylvania, 57; and colonial Swedish Lutherans, 126; in colonial Virginia, 43-44 (see alsoCommissaries, Parishes); decide of, in colonial America, 192, 193; disestablishment of, 211-214; in Jamestown, 41-42; origins and doctrines of, 13-15; religious practice of, in the English colonies, 48-50. See alsoEpiscopal Church
Anglican Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 182, 183
Anglo-Chinese War ( 1858-1860), 498
Anne , Queen of England, 58
Antes, Henry, 142
Anthony, Susan B., 360, 464
Anti-imperialism, 507
Antimissionism, 271-74
Apostolic Christianity, and the Reformation, 1
Architecture, church, 546-47
Armenians, in the United States, 444
Arminianism, 153, 265; in Methodist theology, 176; among New England Baptists, 171; in the Puritan system, 156; in the second revival. See also Church of God; Cumberland Pres byterians; Free Will Baptists
Arndt, Johann, 137
Articles of Confederation, 210, 216
Asbury, Francis, 177, 178, 205-206, 225, 226, 236, 252, 253, 260, 261, 279, 291, 364
Associate Reformed Church, 244
Atheism, 548
Athenagoras, Archbishop, 442
Atkinson, George H., 268
Atomic bomb, 570-71
Auburn Declaration, 314
Augsburg, Peace of ( 1555), 6
Augsburg Confession, 328, 330-31, 422, 465
Augustine, influence of, on Puritanism, 76, 77
Aulen, Gustaf, 574
Austin, Ann, 110
Avalon. SeeNewfoundland
Avery, David, 196
Avilés, Pedro Menéndez de, 27
Ayllón, Lucas Vasquez de, 26, 27
B
Bab, 524
Backus, Isaac, 172, 204
Bacone, Almon C., 416
Badger, Joseph, 267
Baer, G. F., 477-78
Baha, Abdul, 524
Bahaism, 524
Baha'ullah, 524
Bailey, Jacob, 60
Baird, Robert, 327
Baird, Charles W., 449
Baker, George. SeeDevine, Major Morgan J. (Father Divine)
Baker. Osmon C., 396

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