Fundamentalism and American Culture: The Shaping of Twentieth Century Evangelicalism, 1870-1925

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Index
Abbott, Lyman, 26, 32-33
abolitionism. See anti-slavery
activism. See practical or pragmatic activism
Adams, Henry, 68
alcoholic beverages, opposition to, 35-36, 66-68, 207, 220, 228. See also prohibition
Alexander, Archibald, 111-12
Alexander, "Charlie,"47-48
American Civil Liberties Union, 185
American Party, 29
Ames, William, 60
amillennialism, 240 n.4
Anabaptist tradition, 38, 92
anarchism, 120, 126
Anderson, M. B., 14, 19-20
Andover Theological Seminary, 25, 27, 104
"Anglo-Saxons," 204-5
anti- Christ, 49, 52
anti-communism. See communism, views toward
anti-evolution campaign. See Darwinism
Anti-evolution League, 189
anti-intellectualism, 7, 26, 121, 130, 188-89, 199, 212, 213, 217, 219-21. See also intellect, views toward
anti-Masonry, 13, 29, 31, 207, 236 n.34
anti-modernism. See militancy, doctrinal
anti-Semitism, 207, 210. See also Jews and Zionism
anti-slavery, 22, 27, 28, 29, 83, 207; if86-87
apologetics, 16-17, 20, 26, 57, 121, 219. See also intellect, views toward
Arminianism, 37. 44, 98-100, 105, 133
Assemblies of God. 94
Atkins, Gaius Glann, 106
Auburn Affirmation, 180-81
Augustine, Saint (of Hippo), 64, 115
Baconianism and Sir Francis Bacon, 7, 15, 19, 23, 55-62, 104, 111-12, 116, 121, 169, 214-15, 225, 227
Baldwin, H. A., 95
Baptism of the Holy Ghost, 75, 78, 93-94, 249 n.38
Baptist, The,168-69
Baptist Bible Union, 172, 179, 181-82, 190, 193, 203
Baptist Congress, 105, 108
Baptists, 4, 45, 46, 48, 83, 103, 128, 131, 135; and World War I, 142-43; Baptist fundamentalists, 159-61, 165-68, 171-72, 180-83, 190, 191-95, 203, 225, 268 n.49; controversies before World War I, 104-9; in Canada, 179-80, 191, 193. See also Landmark Baptists; Northern Baptist Convention; Southern Baptists; Swedish Baptists
Baur, F. C., 17
Bavinck, Herman, 115
"Beast," the, 52, 67
Beecher, Edward, 236 n.40
Beecher, Henry Ward, 21-26, 28, 30, 33, 35, 60
Beecher, Lyman, 11, 22, 27-28, 38
Bethany Presbyterian Church ( Philadelphia), 83
Bible, views toward, 16-18, 33, 51, 54-62, 103-8, 110-14, 119-21, 134, 159, and passim. See also Bible and civilization; inerrancy of the Bible
Bible and civilization, 16-17, 133-34, 159, 163-64, 169, 207, 224, and passim. See also civilization, evangelical and fundamentalist concern for
Bible Champion,118
Bible churches, 195; cf. 194
Bible conferences, summer, 62, 132-33
Bible Crusaders of America, 189-90
Bible Institute of Los Angeles, 119, 144, 148. See also King's Business
Bible institutes, role of, 62, 129. See also Bible teachers and evangelists, movement of
Bible League of North America, 118, 178

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