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Home and family are key, yet relatively unexplored, dimensions of religion in the contemporary United States. American cultural lore is replete with images of saintly nineteenth-century American mothers and their children. During the twentieth century, however, the from and function of the American family have changed radically, and religious beliefs have evolved under the challenges of modernity. As these transformations took place, how did religion manage to "fit" into modern family life?
In this book, Margaret Lamberts Bendroth examines the lives and beliefs of white, middle-class mainline Protestants (principally northern Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists, and Congregationalists) who are theologically moderate or liberal. Mainliners have pursued family issues for most of the twentieth century, churning out hundreds of works on Christian childrearing. Bendroth's book explores the role of family within a religious tradition that sees itself as America's cultural center. In this balanced analysis, the author traces the evolution of mainliners' roles in middle-class American culture and sharpens our awareness of the ways in which the mainline Protestant experience has actually shaped and reflected the American sense of self.
Title: Growing Up Protestant: Parents, Children and Mainline Churches
Publisher: Rutgers University Press: 2002-01-01
ISBN Number: 0813530148
ISBN Number 13: 9780813530147
Book Condition: New
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Item: 12.00 Item
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Description: New paperback book copy of Growing Up Protestant: Parents, Children, and Mainline Characters by Margaret Lamberts Bendroth. Piscataway NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002. Manufactured in U.S.A. x, 195 pages. 6 x 9 inches, 23 cm. List price 25.95. Publisher summary: Examining the lives and beliefs of white, middle-class mainline Protestants who are theologically moderate or liberal, this book explores the role of the family within a religious tradition which sees itself as America's cultural center and traces the evolution of mainliners' roles in that culture.Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over!