Religion and the Founding of the American Republic

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrationsA
Absalom, Hanging of, cover, 36, 41, 127
Act Concerning Religion, Maryland ( 1649), 16, 126
Act for establishing Religious Freedom, ( Jefferson, 1786), xiii, 73, 74, 129
Act to lay a general tax for the support of the ministers of the gospel. . . . ( Maryland, 1785), 64, 129
Adams, John Quincy, 87, 90, 91, 92, 130
Adams, John, 25, 29, 30, 42, 48, 50, 52, 75-82, 100, 129
Adams, Samuel, 37, 38, 79
Addison, Walter, 87-88
Address to the People of the United States from George Washington [Farewell Address], 79, 130
advertising, 29
African Americans, 26, 104, 106-107, 130, 131 see also slaves
African Methodist Episcopal Church (A.M.E.), xiii, 107, 131
bishops, 104, 107, 130
female preacher, 107, 130
Age of Reason ( Paine, 1794), 100, 130
Aitken, Robert, Bible, 55, 56-57, 128
Alison, Francis, 52, 68
Allen, Ethan, Revolutionary War soldier, 38, 100
Allen, Reverend Ethan, 96
Allen, Richard, 104, 107, 130
American Bible Society, 49, 50, 91, 110, 111
American Board of Foreign Missions, 110
American Education Society, 110,
American Home Missionary Society, 110, 111-112, 113, 131
American Sunday-School Union, 110, 111
American Tract Society, 110, 111, 131
Anabaptists, Dutch, 2
Anglicans, 3, 21, 24, 34-38, 44, 60, 96, 103
bishops, 41, 128
church formation, 24
priests, licence and ordination papers, 126
Revolutionary War and, 37, 47
state funding, 60
see also Church of England; Episcopalians
anti-authoritarianism, 38
Apologie . . . in defence of the Church of England, An (Jewel, 1562), 60, 128
Archbishop, Catholic, 5
Army, Continental, Rules and Regulations, 128
Arndt, Johann, 5
Arnold, Benedict, 35
Articles of Confederation, 49, 54, 57, 77, 78
Articles of War, 54
Asbury, Francis, 32, 38, 127, 128
assessment, Virginia, 66-74
atheists, 100
Augsburg Confession, 5
Austin, David, 84-85, 94, 119
Austria, 5
B
Backus, Isaac, 34, 68, 69, 129
Bancroft, George, 25
baptism, 12, 31, 126, 127
Baptists, 8, 20, 24, 31, 33, 69, 78, 86, 103, 105, 129
building funds, 94
churches, 20, 99, 126, 127
church formation, 24
membership, 106
missionaries, 33-34
preaching in the House, 85
Revolutionary War and, 47
Separate, xii, 33, 35, 63
service in Treasury building, 89
separation of church and state, 85
state funding, 69, 70, 72
officeholders, 69
barking exercise, 104
Barrow, David, 71, 129
battle flag, 10, 43, 127-128
Bay Psalm Book, 125
Bavarian Illuminati, 100
Beasley, Frederick, 96
Beecher, Lyman, 112-113
benevolent societies, 109-112
Benezet, Anthony, 106
bibles, 55, 56, 121, 125, 126, 129, 130
shortage, 56-57
translated into Indian language, 7
bibliography, 123-124
Bigelow, Abijah, 85, 95, 130
Bill Establishing a Provision for Teachers of the Christian Religion ( Henry, 1784), 66, 129
Bill for Establishing Freedom, Virginia, xiii. See Act for . . . .
Bill for the More General Diffusion of Public Knowledge ( Jefferson, 1778), 74
Bill of Rights, xiii, 78, 79, 129
bishops
A.M.E., 104, 107, 131
Anglican, 4, 39, 41, 44, 127
Episcopalian, 79, 84,
Methodist, 32, 38
Moravian, 57
Roman Catholic, 85
Blair, Samuel, 127
Boston Massacre, 36, 41
Boudinot, Elias, 49, 79-80
Boynton, Charles B., 91, 130

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