|1."From Conquering to Conquer": Olaudah Equiano,
George Whitefield, and a New Christian Masculinity||1|
|2."A Mark For Them All To . . . Hiss At": The Formation of Methodist
and Pequot Identity in the Conversion Narrative of William Apess||28|
|3. Ladders and Quilts: Catharine Beecher's and Harriet Beecher
Stowe's Visions of the Christian Subject and Nation||47|
|4. Uncovering the "Mother-Heart of God": The Cultural
Performance of the Christian Feminists||77|
|5. Untangling the Biblical Knot: Reconsidering
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and The Woman's Bible||129|
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Book title: Divine Destiny:Gender and Race in Nineteenth-Century Protestantism.
Contributors: Carolyn A. Haynes - Author.
Publisher: University Press of Mississippi.
Place of publication: Jackson, MS.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: vii.
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