The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, 1865-1915

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INDEX
Figures in italics indicate important references or summaries.
ABBOTT, Lyman, 118, 114, 142, 160, 163
Biographical: minister Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, 75; editor Christian Union, 75, 94; charter member American Economic Association, 117; George Dana Boardman Lectures, 207; compared to Rauschenbusch, 217; lectures at Philadelphia Divinity School, 249
Thought: on, Christ and evolution, 130; criminology, 162; spiritual evolution, 127; ethical religion, 129; evolution and progress, 130; immanence, 123 ff.; incarnation, 130; labor organization, 94, 150; kingdom of God, 208; quoted, 119; social justice, 150; society, organic view of, 126; socialism, 75; social work of the ministry, 249; vice, 159-160
Writings: Christianity and Social Problems, 159-160, 206; "Christ's Teaching on Social Topics, " 26; Ethical Teaching of Jesus, 207; Evolution of Christianity, 125, 130
Abolition. See Antislavery
Accidents, industrial, 308, 315
Actors' Church Alliance. See Protestant Episcopal Church
Addams, Jane, 115, 163, 238, 265
Adler, Felix, 52, 58
Advertising, 33, 144, 223, 271
Albertson, Ralph, 196
Allen, Joseph Henry, 56-57
American Baptist Publication Society, 294; Department of Social Service and Brotherhood, 295-296
American Congress of Churches, 113
"American dream, " 3
American Economic Association, 116- 117
American Fabian, 179
American Federation of Labor, 43, 69, 80, 282, 286, 306, 312
American Institute of Christian Philosophy, 70, 113
American Institute of Christian Sociology, 149, 164-165
American Institute of Social Service, 179, 198, 259, 260-263,287; Gospel of the Kingdom, 262-263
American Unitarian Association, Department of Social and Public Service, 292-293; Social Service Series, 293; Social Ideals of a Free Church, 293
Anarchism, 68, 189, 325
Andover House (South End House), Boston, 156-157, 178
Andover Theological Seminary, 21, 39, 63, 81, 82, 91, 103, 142, 156, 167
Andrews, E. Benjamin, 112, 117, 162
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, The Social Work of the Church, 278
Antislavery crusade, 9, 14, 53, 66, 322; effect on other reforms, 7; on the social gospel, 12
Apocalypticism, 208
Apologeties, ethical, 65-66
Arbitration, industrial, 92, 95-96,97, 150, 166, 195, 260, 290, 291; denominational programs for, 58, 284, 285; growth of, 310; church must stand for, 317. See Labor Problem
Arbitration, international, 162, 306
Atkinson, Edward, 91
Atkinson, Henry A., 278, 288; co-editor The Social Creed of the Churches, 315-316
Atonement, social interpretation of, 232. See Cross; Sacrifice; Sin; Theology
Atwater, Lyman, 29
BALCH, William M., 249; Christianity and the Labor Movement, 246
Banks, Louis Albert, White Slaves, 158
Baptist, Baptists, 36-37, 85, 112, 125, 131, 175, 236, 237, 251, 255, 268, 318. See Northern Baptist Convention
Baptist Congress for the Discussion of Current Questions, 70, 90, 112-113, 150, 218

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