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The Resource Kingdom to commune : Protestant pacifist culture between World War I and the Vietnam era, Patricia Appelbaum

Kingdom to commune : Protestant pacifist culture between World War I and the Vietnam era, Patricia Appelbaum

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Kingdom to commune : Protestant pacifist culture between World War I and the Vietnam era
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Kingdom to commune
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Protestant pacifist culture between World War I and the Vietnam era
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Patricia Appelbaum
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eng
Summary
American religious pacifism is usually explained in terms of its practitioners' ethical and philosophical commitments. Patricia Appelbaum argues that Protestant pacifism, which constituted the religious center of the large-scale peace movement in the United States after World War I, is best understood as a culture that developed dynamically in the broader context of American religious, historical, and social currents. Exploring piety, practice, and material religion, Appelbaum describes a surprisingly complex culture of Protestant pacifism expressed through social networks, iconography, vernac
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  • bibliography
Kingdom to commune : Protestant pacifist culture between World War I and the Vietnam era, Patricia Appelbaum
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Kingdom to commune : Protestant pacifist culture between World War I and the Vietnam era, Patricia Appelbaum
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5149/9780807889763_appelbaum
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-313) and index
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Contents
Introduction -- "Character 'bad'" : Harold Gray -- From YMCA to CPS : Pacifist social networks -- The Protestant heart : Pacifist theology -- The Pacifist vernacular -- Performing Pacifism : worship, plays, and pageants -- Swords and plowshares : Pacifist iconography -- "The practice of the presence" : Pacifist spirituality -- Training for peace : Richard Gregg and the realignment of Pacifist life -- Milking goats for peace : a new paradigm -- "Victories without violence" : Pacifist stories -- "Bad mother" : Marjorie Swann
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1 online resource (x, 330 pages)
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9781469605975
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