Table of contents for A stone of hope : prophetic religion and the death of Jim Crow / David L. Chappell.


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Introduction 1
Chapter 1. Hungry Liberals: Their Sense That Something Was Missing 000
Chapter 2. Recovering Optimists 000
Chapter 3. The Prophetic Ideas That Made Civil Rights Move 000
Chapter 4. Prophetic Christian Realism and the 1960s Generation 000
Chapter 5. The Civil Rights Movement as a Religious Revival 000
Chapter 6. Broken Churches, Broken Race: White Southern Religious Leadership and the
Decline of White Supremacy 000
Chapter 7. Pulpit versus Pew 000
Chapter 8. Segregationist Thought in Crisis: What the Movement Was Up Against 000
Conclusion. Gamaliel, Caesar, and Us 000
Appendix. A Philosophical Note on Historical Explanation 000
Notes 000
Archival and Manuscript Sources 000
Bibliographical Essay 000
Acknowledgments 000
Index 000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: African Americans Civil rights History 20th century, African Americans Segregation History 20th century, Civil rights movements United States History 20th century, Civil rights workers Religious life United States History 20th century, Civil rights United States Religious aspects Christianity History 20th century, Christianity and politics United States History 20th century, Church and social problems United States History 20th century, United States Race relations, United States Church history 20th century