Dictionary of Heresy Trials in American Christianity

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Dictionary of Heresy Trials in American Christianity
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Trials and Denominations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Andover Theological Seminary (1886-1892) 1
  • Bibliography 9
  • Albert Barnes (1798-1870) 11
  • Bibliography 19
  • Edward Beecher (1803-1895) 21
  • Bibliography 26
  • Lyman Beecher (1775-1863) 27
  • Bibliography 36
  • Borden Parker Bowne (1847-1910) 38
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 44
  • Charles Augustus Briggs (1841-1913) 46
  • Bibliography 57
  • Robert C. Briggs (1915-- ) 58
  • Bibliography 64
  • Fawn Mckay Brodie (1915-1981) 65
  • Bibliography 73
  • Horace Bushnell (1802-1876) 75
  • SELECTED BIBBLIOGRAHY 86
  • Theodore R. Clark (1912- ) 88
  • Bibliography 92
  • Concordia Theological Seminary (1969-1974) 94
  • Bibliography 103
  • Algemon Sidney Crapsey (1847-1927) 104
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 111
  • Charles E. Curran (1934- ) 112
  • Bibliography 119
  • Mary Dyer (c. 1615-1660) 121
  • Bibliography 129
  • Ralph H. Elliott (1925- ) 131
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 140
  • George Burman Foster (1858-1918) 142
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 148
  • William S. Godbe (1833-1902) and Elias Lacy Thomas Harrison (1830-1900) 150
  • Bibliography 159
  • Luther A. Gotwald (1833-1900) 160
  • Bibliography 167
  • Francis Hodur (1866-1953) 168
  • Anne Hutchinson (1591-1643) 177
  • Bibliography 186
  • Sonia Johnson (1936-- ) 188
  • Bibliography 202
  • Walter Wynn Kenyon (1948--) 204
  • Bibliography 212
  • Lane Theological Seminary (1834) 214
  • Bibliography 220
  • The Louisville Thirteen (1958) 222
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 229
  • J. Gresham Machen (1881-1937) 230
  • Bibliography 241
  • Molly Marshall (1949- ) 242
  • Bibliography 251
  • William Clement Mccune (1821-1894) 252
  • Bibliography 262
  • Arthur Cushman Mcgiffert (1861-1933) 263
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 273
  • Mercer Heresy Trial (1939) 275
  • Bibliography 288
  • Hincldey Gilbert Thomas Mitchell (1846-1920) 290
  • Dale Moody (1915-1992) 299
  • Bibliography 307
  • James A. Pike (1913-1969) 309
  • Bibliography 318
  • Walter Righter (1923-) 320
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 326
  • Philip Schaff (1819-1893) 327
  • Bibliography 336
  • Paul D. Simmons (1936-- ) 337
  • Bibliography 346
  • Henry Preserved Smith (1847-1927) 348
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 356
  • Egbert Coffin Smyth (1829-1904) 357
  • Bibliography 366
  • Newman Smyth (1843-1925) 367
  • Bibliography 376
  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (1985-1994) 378
  • Bibliography 386
  • Frank Stagg (1911-) 388
  • Bibliography 392
  • James J. Strang (1813-1856) 393
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 400
  • Julian M. Sturtevant (1805-1886) 402
  • Bibliography 410
  • David Swing (1830-1894) 411
  • Bibliography 418
  • John H. Tietjen (1928- ) 419
  • Bibliography 429
  • Crawford Howell Toy (1836-1919) 430
  • Bibliography 438
  • William Heth Whitsitt (1841-1911) 439
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAHY 447
  • Roger Williams (c. 1603-1684) 449
  • Bibliography 456
  • Alexander Winchell (1824-1891) 457
  • BIBLIOGPRAPHY 464
  • The Witchcraft Trials in Salem (1692) 466
  • Bibliography 473
  • James Woodrow (1828-1907) 474
  • BIBLIOGRAHY 482
  • Unscientific Postscript 485
  • Bibliography 488
  • Appendix: Identification of Trials by Denominational Family 489
  • Selected Bibliography 493
  • Index 501
  • About the Contributors 509
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