The Sacred Mirror: Evangelicalism, Honor, and Identity in the Deep South, 1790-1860

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Index
Adams, James, 155
African church, 30, 137
Alabama, 8, 60, 76
Alabama Resolutions, 197
Allen, Beverly, 8, 163, 175–76, 189
Ambition, 135, 147, 175, 177–78, 180, 183–90, 194, 196, 199, 201
“Ambition Vindicated” (Smith, W.), 187
American Conference, 189
American South, 2–4, 6, 12, 199
Andrew, Bishop James Osgood, 25, 162, 201
Anglican Church, 148
Antioch Baptist Church (Taylor Co., Ga.), 45, 55, 60, 71, 73, 84, 120, 129, 132
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 3
Aristotle, 18, 179, 188
Armstrong, Catherine, 100
Arnold, Matthew, 183
Asbury, Francis, 5, 15–16, 20, 148–49, 162, 164, 172, 175–76, 189
Ashmead, William, 34–35
Associate Reformed Presbyterian, 24, 53, 106
Austin, James, 102
Baker, Daniel, 30–34
Baker, Maria, 92
Baldwin, Daniel, 83
Ball, James, 54
Ball, Lewis, 133
Bandy, Willis, 52
Baptism, 15, 29, 31, 55, 61, 119–25; and slaves, 119, 123, 125–27, 139
Baptist: church discipline, 9, 44–66, 71–73, 80–86, 95, 99–105, 108–10, 131–34, 203, 207; revivals, 29, 121, 150, 154–55, 158–63; South Carolina or Deep South (see Individual church names)
Baptist Christian Index, 95
Barns, J. S., 83
Bascom, Bishop Henry B., 165–66, 197, 200
Bass, Henry, 151
Beauchamp, John, 72
Beaufort Gazette, 30
Bell, Tom, 81–82
Belsher, Harriet, 100
Benedict, David, 153, 155, 163
Bethabara Baptist Church (Laurens Co., S.C.), 66, 102, 132
Big Creek Baptist (Columbia, S. C.), 15, 31, 51, 52, 55, 57, 65, 69, 70, 71, 103, 136
Bird, Thomas, 112
Bisener, Elizabeth, 65
Bishop, Pierpont, 23–24, 155, 168
Boyce, James Petigru, 169
Boyd, William, 85
Brantly, J. J., 198
Brantly, William Theophilus, 13–14, 18, 21–22, 171, 178, 180, 184, 196; “Christianity A Fact Requiring To Be Accounted For,” 13–14; “Dangers to Which Ministers of the Gospel are Exposed,” 184
Breckenridge, R. J., 194–95
Brimer, Selah, 55
Brookes, Iveson L., 7, 72, 76, 93, 150, 161
Brown, Mary Davis, 81–82

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