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Author:
Leonard I. Sweet
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William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company (December 1, 1993)
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Christian Books & Bibles Christianity Church History Education & Reference General History Religion Religion & Spirituality Religious Religious Studies World. More by Leonard Sweet. The Jesus Prescription for a Healthy Life. Protestant Hispanic Churches of Oregon. Leonard Sweet, Deborah L. Berho. Covenant-Making: The Fabric of Relationship.

Leonard Sweet tells pastors to embrace change, but keep .

Leonard Sweet tells pastors to embrace change, but keep Jesus at the heart of everything. He is regularly voted one of the most influential Christian leaders in America  . He is the author of more than sixty books, hundreds of articles (many of a scholarly and technical nature), and over 80 prefaces/forewords to others' books. He has over 1000 published sermons, and currently is the chief weekly contributor to the lectionary-based sermons.

Communication and Change in American Religious History by Leonard I. Sweet. Indiana Magazine of History.

Sweet, Leonard . ed. Communication and Change in American Religious History (1993) 14 essays by scholars; very long annotated bibliography pp 355-479. Wilson, John F. Religion and the American Nation: Historiography and History (2003) 119pp.

21. Lambert Frank, Pedlar in Divinity : George Whitefield and the Transatlantic Revivals, 1737–1770 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1994), pp. 64–94.

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Sweet, Leonard I. Communication and Change in American Religious History. This is a collection of different essays written by a variety of historians’ on several topics ranging from religious and social change in America based on the emergence of new forms of communication. TERM Winter '13. TAGS Native Americans in the United States, New Mexico, Sam Gill. Communication and Change in American Religious History (1993), pp 355-479. php?title Historiography of religion&oldid 931558897". (Macon, G. 1984), pp. 1–84, where he discusses this abundant literature. 5. See Dolan, Jay . Catholic Revivalism: The American Experience 1830–1900 (Notre Dame, In. 1978), for the Catholic side of evangelicalism in the nineteenth century; and Hambrick-Stowe, Charles, The Practice of Piety: Puritan Devotional Disciplines in Seventeenth Century New England (Chapel Hill, . 1982), for a broader understanding of Puritanism. 16. The Journal of American Ethnic History and the Immigration History Newsletter are publications of the Immigration History Society and provide information on recent publications in this field of study.

Communication and Change in American Religious History