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Published by University of Michigan Library .
Written in English

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    Number of Pages516
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    Open LibraryOL11766258M
    ISBN 101418103721
    ISBN 109781418103729

    INTRODUCTION. Baptists and other white Americans North and South during the Civil War-era were unequivocal: secession, the existence of the Confederate States of America, and the Civil War were all the result of slavery, the immoral (or moral, depending on one’s race, political persuasion and/or geographic location) institution that served as the economic engine of the South. Get this from a library! Slavery as a cause of the Civil War. [Edwin C Rozwenc; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries);] -- 'The documents in the first group bring to mind several important questions about the way the slavery question functioned in the minds of public leaders between and

    The ministers’ ability to justify war in the name of the sacred Book did much to mobilize popular support and to maintain that loyalty until bullets and disease had claimed more than six hundred.   In this excellent book, Wayne Croft extensively researched “Hope” in black scholarship, in slave preaching pre-emancipation (), and in Post-Civil War to Plessy v. Ferguson () Croft presses for, “Hope.” Today, amidst re-segregation, racial injustice, and income inequality, we hunger for hope in seemingly hopeless Pages:

    Slavery and the civil war; sermons. Slavery and the civil war; sermons. - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library | HathiTrust Digital Library Permanent link to this book Link to this page. Embed this book. Version. UTC About the version. Some have gone as far as to deem it as one of the causes of the Civil War. Authored by Harriet Beecher Stowe, a passionate abolitionist, the novel sold roughly , copies in its first year. Its denouncement of slavery fueled the already confrontational spirit between the North and South, who embraced and shunned the novel, respectively.


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US American Civil War of the Rebellion. Faith was an important aspect of society during the midth century. While the vast majority of Americans at the time considered themselves Christian, there were differing beliefs within the various Christian denominations and regions of the country; the issue of slavery and the right to enslave another person ranking very high among the differences.

this study serves as an important contribution in the study of preaching and should be a welcome addition to the libraries of those interested in religion, homiletics, African American history, and activism., Reading Religion In this excellent book, Wayne Croft extensively researched “Hope” in black scholarship, in slave preaching pre-emancipation (), and in Post-Civil War 5/5(1).

The Great Lie of the Civil War If you think the Civil War was fought to end slavery, you’ve been duped. In fact, as distinguished military historian Samuel Mitcham argues in his provocative new book, It Wasn’t About Slavery, no political party advocated freeing the slaves in the presidential election of The Republican Party platform opposed the expansion of slavery to the western /5(39).

Most of the sermons listed in this section deal with events of the War or the effects of the War. The intersection of church and state is especially noticeable in the Fast Day and Thanksgiving Sermons, which were preached because of a government proclamation for special times of public religious reflection on the war and in sermons preached to Author: Gloria Korsman.

For our latest newsstand-only special issue, The Civil War Almanac, we asked a panel of Civil War historians—J. Matthew Gallman, Matthew C. Hulbert, James Marten, and Amy Murrell Taylor—for their opinions on a variety of popular topics, including the war's most overrated and underratred commanders, top turning points, most influential women, and best depictions on film.

God’s Will and Warfare: A Civil War Sermon Dr. Mike Williams One of the most difficult questions for humans to answer throughout our troubled past, is what relationship the divine has to that most evil of all outcomes of human life, warfare.

Throughout the centuries, men and women have answered this question in various ways. Some have. The author, Yale professor Harry S. Stout, uses “the just war theory” — or the idea that why wars are fought can be justified through historical or theoretical examination — to evaluate the ethical and moral drivers of both the Union and the Confederacy.

By examining periodicals, editorials, sermons, and other historical documents, Stout illustrates how each side formed an ideology.

As shown by the following passages — adapted from Noel Rae’s new book The Great Stain, which uses firsthand accounts to tell the story of slavery in America — for some of them that. This anti-slavery sermon was delivered by the Reverend Charles Grandison Finney in Oberlin Ohio in the South have become exceedingly sensitive lest some Anti-Slavery truth should come in among them in Northern books, and thus reach their slaves.

They became jealous of the entire mass of Northern literature. From the Civil War to. Sermons on Slavery and the Civil War. Title: Sermons on Slavery and the Civil War: Link: page images at MOA: Other copies: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere.

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NO GREATER GLORY is an epic Civil War historical romance on par with GWTW or North & South. An incredible story, as well as excellent historical detailing and insight into the eastern theatre of the war in Virginia. For nearly a full year, this book was the #1 Civil War Romance at Amazon.

Free Access to Sermons on Slavery, Church Sermons, Illustrations on Slavery, and PowerPoints for Preaching on Slavery. Or a family member who fought in a famous war.

And of course the parent who walked to and from school uphill everyday in 6 feet of snow. Approaching the 3rd year of the civil war Jan. 1 William Rounseville Alger () preached this sermon in on the Civil War. OUR CIVIL WAR, AS SEEN FROM THE PULPIT: A SERMON PREACHED IN THE BULFINCH-STREET CHURCH, Ap BY WILLIAM R.

ALGER. SERMON. Isa. 3: “COME, LET US GO UP TO THE HOUSE OF GOD, AND HE WILL TEACH US.”. Civil War and Slavery Books Showing of Gone with the Wind (Mass Market Paperback) by.

Margaret Mitchell (shelved 3 times as civil-war-and-slavery) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. • Slavery is God’s means of protecting and providing for an inferior race (suffering the “curse of Ham” in Gen.

or even the punishment of Cain in Gen. • Abolition would lead. The Motif of Hope in African American Preaching during Slavery and the Post-Civil War Era: There's a Bright Side Somewhere explores the use of the motif of hope within African American preaching during slavery (–) and the post-Civil War era (–).

It discusses the presentation of the motif of hope in African American preaching from an historical perspective and Reviews: 1. Washington, D.C – If you think the Civil war was fought to end slavery, you’ve been duped.

Bestselling military historian Samuel W. Mitcham Jr. makes the case in his provocative new book and his argument will change the way you think about Lincoln, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the legacy of America’s momentous Civil War.

In The Motif of Hope in African American Preaching During Slavery and the Post-Civil War Era: There's a Bright Side Somewhere, Wayne E. Croft, Sr. seeks to fill this void.

Croft organizes this timely book into four chapters, covering different aspects of African American homiletical uses of “hope.”. Genre/Form: Controversial literature History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Slavery and the civil war.

[New York, etc., ] (OCoLC) Sermons on Slavery and the Civil War (page images at MOA) Catholics and the Civil War: Essays (Milwaukee, ), by Benjamin J. Blied, contrib. by Peter Leo Johnson (page images at HathiTrust) A Short History of the Confederate States of America (New York: Belford Co., ), by Jefferson Davis.

multiple formats at ; page images at. Sermons. which ensued throughout the colonies during the American. Revolution: “ Government corrupted by Vice, and recovered by Righteousness.” A Sermon preached by Samuel Langdon, D.D., President of Harvard College in Cambridge, before the Honorable Congress of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay in New England, assembled at Watertown, on.Tags: Baptism Civil War Conversion Music Other Religions Prayer Prayer and Spirituality Preaching Slavery Worship From Issue: Issue Christianity & the Civil War, Previous Article.item 2 Sermons on Slavery and the Civil War by None (English) Hardcover Book Free Shipp - Sermons on Slavery and the Civil War by None (English) Hardcover Book Free Shipp.

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