Self-Help and Popular Religion in Modern American Culture: An Interpretive Guide

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Index
Adams, Henry, 24
Aggassiz, Louis, 22
Ahlstrom, Sydney, 16, 92-93, 143
Allen, James Lane, 24
Allopathic medicine, 34
Arens, Edward, 66, 71
Arnold, Matthew, 23-24
Baker, Ambigail Ambrose, 38
Baker, Mark, 37-38
Bednarowski, Mary Farrell, 98
Beecher, Henry Ward, 22, 28
Blanton, Smiley, 103, 110-11
Broadhurst, William R., 135-36
Brooks, Phillips, 22
Browne, Borden Parker, 106
Buddhism, 25
Cather, Willa, 75
Chandler, William E., 76
Choate, Clara, 67
The Christian Century, 113, 150, 160, 161
Christian Science: historiography of, 12- 17; and malicious animal magnetism, 62-65; and the occult, 63-64; and Protestantism, 14; as science, 85-86
The Christian Science Monitor, 75
Church of Christ, Scientist, 8, 11-12; appeal of, 91-100; differences from New Thought in, 86-88; growth of, 69-73; and historical profession, 17; and legal disputes on the treatment of children, 79-81; media venture of, 81-83; and medical profession, 13- 14; Mother Church of, 72-73; post- Eddy history of, 77-82; and the state, 13
Civil War, 18
Comparative religion, 25-26
Conwell, Russell, 28
Coue, Emile, 127
Creation Science, 22
Crystal Cathedral, 149, 170
Cunningham, Raymond, 91-92
Darwin, Charles, 22
Darwinism: Christian responses to, 22- 23, 29; secular responses to, 23-24; and social discord, 26, 29
Dickey, Adam H., 61, 76
Dresser, Julius, 66
Eckhardt, A. Roy, 133-34
Eddy, Asa Gilbert, 59-60, 61
Eddy, Mary Baker Glover Patterson, 8;

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