Connectionalism : ecclesiology, mission, and identity / Russell E. Richey, Dennis M. Campbell, William B. Lawrence, editors.
Contributor(s): Richey, Russell E | Campbell, Dennis M | Lawrence, William B. (William Benjamin).Material type: TextSeries: United Methodism and American culture vol. 1. Publisher: Nashville, TN : Abingdon Press, c1997Description: viii, 364 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0687021898 (alk. paper).Subject(s): United Methodist Church (U.S.) -- Government | United Methodist Church (U.S.) -- History | Methodist Church -- United States -- History | Church and culture -- United StatesDDC classification: 262/.076
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Includes bibliographical references.
Preface -- Introduction / Russell E. Richey -- Connectionalism and itinerancy: Wesleyan principles and practice / Richard P. Heitzenrater -- Constitutional order in United Methodism and American culture / William Johnson Everett and Thomas Edward Frank -- African American Methodists: a remnant and a reminder / William B. McClain -- Methodist identities and the founding of Methodist universities / Bradley J. Longfield -- Redesigning Methodist churches: auditorium-style sanctuaries and Akron-plan Sunday Schools in Romanesque costume 1875-1925 / Kenneth E. Rowe -- Wesley's legacy of social holiness: the Methodist settlement movement and American social reform / Sarah Sloan Kreutziger -- United Methodist campus ministry and the Methodist student movement / Robert C. Monk -- The effect of mergers on American Wesleyan denominations / Robert W. Sledge -- God's mission and United Methodism / Mark W. Wethington -- Determinants of the denominational-mission funding crisis: an evaluation of three hypotheses / Charles E. Zech -- Understanding local mission: congregational models and public religion in United Methodist churches / Penny Edgell Becker -- Methodists on the margins: "self-authoring" religious identity / Penny Long Marler and C. Kirk Hadaway.