Fundamentalism and American Culture: The Shaping of Twentieth Century Evangelicalism, 1870-1925

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Bibliographical Indexes

Since many of the notes contain bibliographical comments or listings of secondary works, they may fill one of the main roles of an annotated bibliography. The following indexes indicate by chapter and number such notes or related bibliographical comment in text ("t"). The rest of the notes, of course, constitute a working bibliography of sources, topically arranged, and may be surveyed accordingly.

The Introduction and the opening sections of Chapters XXII, XXIII, and XXIV contain the equivalent of a bibliographical essay on the historiography of fundamentalism. C. Allyn Russell, Voices of American Fundamentalism ( Philadelphia, 1976), and Ernest R. Sandeen, The Roots of Fundamentalism ( Chicago, 1970), each contain an excellent bibliography with comment.


1. SUBJECTS (on which there is bibliographical comment or a listing).
America and kingdom, 1:2; V:5; VII:6 (see also politics)

anti-communism, XXIII:19
anti-intellectualism, IV: 1; XXIV:1-4t
anti-Semitism, XXIII:15-17

Baptists (and fundamentalism), VI:7; XII:12; XV:48; XVIII:5, 11; XIX:8; XX:15; XXI:23

Beecher, H. W., II:7, 16-18

Bible, view of, VI:7; XII:12; XIII:8; XIV:25; XXIV:6 (see also Princeton theology)

Blanchard, Charles, XXIV:26, 27

Blanchard, Jonathan, II:26

Brethren ( Plymouth), IV:7

British evangelicalism and fundamentalism, 1:36; XXV:2

Bryan, Wm. J., XV:37, 38, 42; XVIII:27

Canadian fundamentalism, XX:15

church (views of), VII:20

Common Sense philosophy, I:18-20, 22, 25; VIII:12; XIII:3, 7, 8, 20, 23; XXIV: 27

Disciples of Christ (and fundamentalism), XX:8

dispensationalism III:26, 28; IV:7; V:14, 20; VI:11; VIII:8; XV:16 (see also premillennialism)

ethnicity XXI:28, 30; XXII:14, 16t, 24, 27

evolution (Darwinism), Intro.:3; XIV:31; XVII:25; XXI:10; XXII:7t

"five points" of fundamentalism, XIII:30

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