Table of contents for The Word in the world : evangelical writing, publishing, and reading in America, 1789-1880 / Candy Gunther Brown.


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Acknowledgments 00
Introduction: The Struggle for Purity and Presence 00
Part 1 The Cultural Universe of Evangelical Writing, Publishing, and Reading
1 What Is Evangelical Print Culture? 00
2 The World of Evangelical Publishing 000
3 Marks of Membership in an Evangelical Canon 000
4 Readers and Writers Navigate the Currents of the Market 000
Part 2 The Uses of Evangelical Print Culture
5 Earnestly Contending for the Faith 000
6 Priesthood of All Believers 000
7 Singing with the Spirit and the Understanding 000
8 Unifying the Pilgrim Community 000
Epilogue: The Word in the World of Twenty-first-Century American Culture 000
Notes 000
Bibliography 000
Index 000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Christian literature Publishing United States History 18th century, Christian literature Publishing United States History 19th century, Evangelicalism United States History 18th century, Evangelicalism United States History 19th century, Christians Books and reading United States History, Religious newspapers and periodicals United States History, Music Religious aspects Christianity, Christianity and culture United States History