Table of contents for Religion and the American Civil War / edited by Randall M. Miller, Harry S. Stout, Charles Reagan Wilson.


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Preface
Introduction, Randall M. Miller, Harry S. Stout, Charles Reagan Wilson
Overview
1. Religion and the American Civil War, Philip Shaw Paludan
Ideas
2. The Bible and Slavery, Mark A. Noll
3. Religion in the Collapse of the Union, Eugene D. Genovese
4. Church, Honor, and Secession, Bertram Wyatt-Brown
5. The Coming of the Lord: The Northern Protestant Clergy and the Civil War Crisis, George M. Fredrickson
6. "Wholesome Reading Purifies and Elevates the Man": The Religious Military Press in the Confederacy, Kurt O. Berends
7. "Yankee Faith" and Southern Redemption: White Southern Baptist Ministers, 1850-1880, Paul Harvey
8. Stonewall Jackson and the Providence of God, Daniel W. Stowell
9. Lincoln's Sermon on the Mount: The Second Inaugural, Ronald C. White
10. Days of Judgement, Days of Wrath: The Civil War and the Religious Imagination of Women Writers, Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
11. "Without Pilot or Compass": Elite Women and Religion in the Civil War South, Drew Gilpin Faust
12. Catholic Religion, Irish Ethnicity, and the Civil War, Randall M. Miller
13. Christian Soldiers?: Perfecting the Confederacy, Reid Mitchell
Places
14. Civil War, Religion and Communications: Richmond as a Case Study, Harry S. Stout and Christopher Grasso
15. Religion and the Results of the Civil War, Samual S. Hill
Comparisons
16. Religion and the American Civil War in Comparative Perspective, Charles Reagan Wilson
Afterward, James M. McPherson
Contributors
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Religious aspects -- Congresses.