Redeeming Culture: American Religion in an Age of Science

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science), 25, 29, 128, 182; and UFOs, 230-31, 236-37; and Century 21, 302; as defender of orthodoxy, 194; defends reputation of science, 228; 1925 meeting, 25-27; and science popularization, 227-28; and Velikovsky, 193, 190; and UFO hearings, 237
ABC "Weather Girl," objects to Unchained Goddess, 221
About Time, 222
Across the Space Frontier ( von Braun), 250
Adams, James Luther, 259
Adamski, George, 235
Adler, Cyrus, 68
Adler, Mortimer J., 82, 84, 92-93, 97; attack on Dewey, 78-79; and Conference on Science, Philosophy, and Religion, 75-79; and Finkelstein, 69; and Kallen, 177; at University of Chicago, 66-68
Aerial Phenomena Group (U.S. Air Force), 231
Aerial Phenomena Research Organization, 230
"Ages in Chaos" ( Velikovsky), 178
Air Chaplains' Monthly Newsletter, 141
Air Force. See U.S. Air Force
Air Force Academy, 117, 142
Air Force Association, 138
Air Force Reserve Training Center (Reading, Pennsylvania), 137

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Redeeming Culture ix
  • Chapter 3 36
  • Chapter 4 62
  • Chapter 5 94
  • Chapter 6 120
  • Chapter 7 146
  • Chapter 8 170
  • Chapter 9 198
  • Chapter 10 224
  • Chapter 11 252
  • Chapter 12 272
  • Chapter 13 296
  • Chapter 14 320
  • Notes 325
  • Index 391
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