The rise of social gospel in American Protestantism, 1865-1915

by Charles Howard Hopkins

Publisher: Yale University Press in New Haven, CT

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  • Christian sociology -- History,
  • Theology, Doctrinal -- United States -- History

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Other titlesThe social gospel in American Protestantism
SeriesYale studies in religious education ; XIV
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Paginationxii, 352 p.
Number of Pages352
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Open LibraryOL22804306M

The Social Uplifters: Presbyterian Progressives and the Social Gospel in Canada, () Robert T. Handy, ed. The Social Gospel in America, (). Charles Howard Hopkins. The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, () online edition; Benjamin L. . 2Charles Howard Hopkins's The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Piot~.stantism, (New Haven: Yale University Press, ), still represents one of the most cited works on the social gospel in the United States. The question of defining the social gospel remains elusive. See also Hopkins and Ronald C. White, Jr. The Social Gospel in American Religion: A History - Ebook written by Christopher H. Evans. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Social Gospel in American Religion: A History. However, Charles Howard Hopkins writes in "The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism " (written in ) "The interest of many ministers in sociology and the demand that Protestantism develop a scientific technique for carrying into effect the second commandment led to the participation of certain social gospelers in the.

Washington Gladden: Prophet of the Social Gospel (), the standard scholarly biography Handy, Robert T. The Social Gospel in America Hopkins, Charles H. The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism () Primary sources. Washington Gladden Recollections The Rise of the Social Gospel Into the late s, American Protestant churches were no force for eco-nomic reform. To the contrary, they “presented a massive, almost unbro-ken front in defense of the social status quo” (May , 91). The same was true of American political economy, whose leading text in the middle. ships of workers and wrote a series of books and essays that championed industrial justice. The social gospel and mod-ern American culture. Hopkins, C. H. ().The rise of the social gospel in American Protestantism, – New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Smith, G. S. (). The search of social salvation: Social. Endnote: [1] Charles Howard Hopkins, The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, – (New Haven: Yale University Press, ), Gary Demar and Gary North address the issue of whether socialism can be justifies in the Bible. They focus on Wayne Grudem's book on Christianity and government.

  In this book, it seems the early days of American Protestantism viewed reform as a practical approach to applying the teachings of the Social Gospel and that was premised on the teachings of Jesus Christ.   In Tongues of Fire: The Explosion of Protestantism in Latin America, David Martin of the London School of Economics asserts that the growth of conservative Protestantism in Latin America, Asia and Africa is as significant as the rise of revolutionary Islam. As both books underscore, the Protestant Gospel offers Latin Americans new hope and. Washington Gladden (Febru – July 2, ) was a leading American Congregational pastor and early leader in the Social Gospel movement. He was a leading member of the Progressive Movement, serving for two years as a member of the Columbus, Ohio city council and campaigning against Boss Tweed as religious editor of the New York Independent.

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Charles Howard Hopkins, The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (New Haven, ), p. James Dombrowski, The Early Days of Christian Socialism in America (New York, ); Henry F. May, Protestant Churches and Industrial America (New York, ; reprint.

Add tags for "The rise of the social gospel in American Protestantism, ". Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hopkins, Charles Howard, Rise of the social gospel in American Protestantism, Social Gospel Movement: Selected full-text books and articles The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, By Charles Howard Hopkins Yale University Press, The global crises of child labor, alcoholism and poverty were all brought to our attention through the social gospel movement.

Its impact on American society makes it one of the most influential developments in American religious history.

Christopher H. Evans traces the development of the social gospel in American Protestantism, and illustrates. The Social Gospel was a social movement within Protestantism that applied Christian ethics to social problems, especially issues of social justice such as economic inequality, poverty, alcoholism, crime, racial tensions, slums, unclean environment, child labor, lack.

The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (Yale Studies in Religious Education, ) by Hopkins, Charles H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at One phase of the Social Gospel movement was the "institutional" church, a term referring to the desire to organize committees, departments, experts, ministries, and services "to cover the entire life of man" (Aaron I.

Abell, The Urban Impact on American Protestantism [Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, ], p. For American Protestants who were sensitive to the profound social disruptions associated with rapid industrialization and urbanization in the late nineteenth century, the twin discoveries of the “alienation” of the working class from Protestant churches and of a rising and vibrant socialist movement caused much consternation and anxious soul-searching.

The American clergyman Walter Rauschenbusch () broke the complacency and conservatism of lateth-century American Protestantism, propounding a Social Gospel capable of responding to the challenges of an industrial, urban era.

Three fine studies of the Social Gospel are Charles H. Hopkins, The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (); Henry F. May, Protestant Churches and Industrial America (); and Robert T.

Handy, ed., The Social Gospel in America, (). Scholars have long located the rise of the Social Gospel in the decades following the Civil War, while noting that its antecedents lay in the antebellum period. See, for example, Hopkins Hopkins, Charles Howard.

The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, – New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (erroneously listed in his article as, The Life of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism ), he terms a "recent study of the movement." Then, evidently to add prestige to this hardly imposing bibliography, he mentions some random books by Shailer Matthews and.

The Social Gospel in America, () Handy, Robert T. "George D. Herron and the Kingdom Movement," Church History 19 (June ):in JSTOR; Hopkins, Charles Howard. The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (), the standard history; online edition; Hutchison, William R.

Revival movements generally in American history are explored by Robert William Fogel, The Fourth Great Awakening and the Future of Egalitarianism (Chicago: University of Chicago, ). The classic study is Charles Howard Hopkins, The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (New Haven.

(New York, ), vi-ix; Charles Howard Hopkins, The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (New Haven, ), 2 [Evangelical Alliance for the United States], National Perils and Opportunities, 1, The Journal of American History Vol 72 No.

1 June “I Sing for I Cannot Be Silent”: The Feminization of american Hymnody, Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, Homer, Charles Francis. Strike the Tents: The Story of the Chautauqua.

Philadelphia, PA: Dorrance, []. Hopkins, Charles Howard. The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, New. Protestants: A History from Wittenberg to Pennsylvania, presents a comprehensive thematic history of the rise and influence of the branches of Christianity that emerged out of the Protestant Reformation.

Represents the only English language single-volume survey of the rise of early modern Protestantism from its Lutheran beginnings in Germany to its spread to America. appeared in in his book The Freedom of Faith.1 Considering the 3 The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism (New Haven, ), 4 Progressive Religious Thought in America; a survey of the enlarging Pilgrim Faith (Boston, ), None of the modern histories of the Protestant Episcopal Church (Manross.

A Protestant progressive outlook called the Social Gospel emerged in North America that focused on challenging economic exploitation and poverty and by the mids was common in many Protestant theological seminaries in the United States. Contemporary mainstream political conception.

For Protestantism's response to the challenges of modernism, industrialization, and urbanization see Charles H. Hopkins, The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (); Aaron I. Abell, The Urban Impact on American Protestantism, (); Henry F.

May, Protestant Churches and Industrial America (); and.Susan Curtis, A Consuming Faith: The Social Gospel and Modern American Culture (). Allen F.

Davis, Spearheads of Reform: The Social Settlements and the Progressive Movement, (); American Heroine: The Life and Legend of Jane Addams ().

C. H. Hopkins, The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism ().The Social Gospel in America, () Handy, Robert T. "George D. Herron and the Kingdom Movement," Church History 19 (June ):Hopkins, Charles Howard. The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, (), the .