The Bible Cause: A History of the American Bible Society

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The Bible Cause: A History of the American Bible Society
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- The Bible Cause in America 8
  • 2- The American Bible Society 19
  • 3- Toward a Christian Nation 30
  • 4- A Bible for Every American Family 40
  • 5- The Business of Benevolence 51
  • 6- The Bible Is the Religion of Protestants 61
  • 7- A Bible House Divided 72
  • 8- Rebuilding a Christian Nation 84
  • 9- The Bible Cause in an Age of Immigration and Expansion 95
  • 10- The Levant 108
  • 11- Mexico 120
  • 12- China 131
  • 13- African Americans in the Wake of Reconstruction 143
  • 14- The War to End All Wars 153
  • 15- The Bible in Times of Plenty and Want 163
  • 16- Perfect Love Casteth out Fear 174
  • 17- Bibles, Not Bombs 186
  • 18- Asia 197
  • 19- The Bible and One World 209
  • 20- The Bible Cause at Home in a Postwar World 220
  • 21- God’s Word for a New Age 232
  • 22- Catholics 243
  • 23- Good News 253
  • 24- More Good News 264
  • 25- The Bible Cause in the Worst of Times 276
  • 26- God and Country 285
  • 27- Engaging the Age of Evangelicalism 297
  • Epilogue 310
  • Notes 317
  • Index 347
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