Table of contents for In pursuit of the Almighty's dollar : a history of money and American Protestantism / by James Hudnut-Beumler.

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Preface 000
Acknowledgments 000
Prologue: Sunday Morning 1750 000
1. Paying for God: The Genesis of an American Institution, 1800@-1860 000
2. Capital Ideas: Building American Churches, 1750@-1860 000
3. Reinventing the Tithe and Discovering Stewardship, 1870@-1920 000
4. Paying the Clergy: Officials, Professionals, or Servants? 000
5. Stewardship in Crisis and Technique in Ascendancy, 1920@-1945 000
6. Changing the Nature of the Firm: From Institutional to Consumer Churches
7. Churches Expanding in All Directions, 1945@-1980 000
8. Ministers' Wives: A View from the Side of Labor 000
9. In America You Can Have as Much Religion as You Can Pay For, 1980 to the Present
Epilogue 000
Appendix A: Ministerial Support in the Methodist Episcopal Church and United
Methodist Church, 1880@-2000 000
Appendix B: Historical Price Series Conversion Scale 000
Notes 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Economics -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Money -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Protestantism -- United States -- History.
Protestant churches -- United States -- History.
Protestant churches -- Doctrines -- History.
Stewardship, Christian.
United States -- Church history.
Money -- United States -- History.