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The people(s) called Methodist : forms and reforms of their life / William B. Lawrence, Dennis M. Campbell, Russell E. Richey, editors.

Contributor(s): Lawrence, William B. (William Benjamin), 1946- | Campbell, Dennis M, 1945- | Richey, Russell E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: United Methodism and American culture: vol. 2.Publisher: Nashville, TN : Abingdon Press, c1998Description: viii, 339 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0687021995 (alk. paper).Other title: People called Methodist | Peoples called Methodist.Subject(s): United Methodist Church (U.S.) | Methodists -- United StatesDDC classification: 287/.6
Contents:
Preface -- Introduction / William B. Lawrence -- Pt. I. A portrait of American Methodists and their leaders. United Methodists and American culture: a statistical portrait / John C. Green and James L. Guth -- United Methodist congregations in North Carolina and California: regional and generational trusts / Jackson W. Carroll and Wade Clark Roof -- Patterns of giving among United Methodists: member contributions to the local church / Charles E. Zech -- United Methodist leaders: diversity and moral authority / Daniel V.A. Olson and William McKinney -- United Methodist ordained ministry in transition (trends in ordination and careers) / Rolf Memming -- Paying the preacher her due: wages and compensation among United Methodist clergy / Patricia M.Y. Chang -- Pt. II. Methodist peoples and the shaping of American culture. "Playing in the dark": Methodist style: the fate of the early African American presence in denominational memory, 1807-1974 / Will Gravely -- Black people in the Methodist Protestant Church (1830-1939) / James M. Shopshire, Sr. -- Methodist missions to Korea: a case study in Methodist theology of mission and culture / Stephen S. Kim -- Hispanic United Methodists and American culture / Justo L. González -- One eye on the past, one eye on the future: women's contributions to the renewal of the United Methodist Church / Barbara Troxell and Patricia Farris -- Conclusion. United Methodism and American culture: testimony, voice, and the public sphere / Donald G. Mathews.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-339).

Preface -- Introduction / William B. Lawrence -- Pt. I. A portrait of American Methodists and their leaders. United Methodists and American culture: a statistical portrait / John C. Green and James L. Guth -- United Methodist congregations in North Carolina and California: regional and generational trusts / Jackson W. Carroll and Wade Clark Roof -- Patterns of giving among United Methodists: member contributions to the local church / Charles E. Zech -- United Methodist leaders: diversity and moral authority / Daniel V.A. Olson and William McKinney -- United Methodist ordained ministry in transition (trends in ordination and careers) / Rolf Memming -- Paying the preacher her due: wages and compensation among United Methodist clergy / Patricia M.Y. Chang -- Pt. II. Methodist peoples and the shaping of American culture. "Playing in the dark": Methodist style: the fate of the early African American presence in denominational memory, 1807-1974 / Will Gravely -- Black people in the Methodist Protestant Church (1830-1939) / James M. Shopshire, Sr. -- Methodist missions to Korea: a case study in Methodist theology of mission and culture / Stephen S. Kim -- Hispanic United Methodists and American culture / Justo L. González -- One eye on the past, one eye on the future: women's contributions to the renewal of the United Methodist Church / Barbara Troxell and Patricia Farris -- Conclusion. United Methodism and American culture: testimony, voice, and the public sphere / Donald G. Mathews.

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