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TABLE OF CONTENTS
“My Highest Motive in Writing”: Evangelical Empowerment in the Autobiography of Annie Leake Tuttle
MARILYN FÄRDIG WHITELEY
“The Sucksess of the Baptist denomenatsion In New Brunswick”: The Structure of Baptist Triumphalism in “The Memoirs of the Rev. Jarvis Ring, Baptist Minister”
PHILIP G.A. GRIFFIN-ALLWOOD
From William Carey to Richard Burpee: Maritime Baptists and Foreign Missions to 1845
ROBERT S. WILSON
A “Feminine” Heartbeat in Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism
DAVID R. ELLIOTT
Spiritual and Patriotic Duty: Understanding Why Anglican Clergy Enlisted As Chaplains in World War II
“The Making of a Nation”: Nationalism and World War I in the Social Gospel Literature of Ralph Connor
PANEL DISCUSSION: How Ought Church Historians to do Church History?
What Do Church Historians Study?
How Do Historians Determine What is Authentic Christianity?
How Ought Church-Historians to do Church-History?
CSCH PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS
Recovering Religious Experience: Some Reflections on Methodology
MARGUERITE VAN DIE
1. The paper presented by John G. Stackhouse, Jr., “More than a Hyphen: Twentieth-Century Canadian Evangelicalism in Anglo-American Context,” will be published in Amazing Grace: Studies on Evangelicalism in the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia, and Beyond, eds. George A. Rawlyk and Mark A. Noll (forthcoming).
2. The paper presented by Norman C. Cornett, “Lionel Groulx’s Synthesis of the ‘Universal’ and the ‘Particular,’” appeared in ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies 19 (1991): 87-107. A revised version is forthcoming in Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses.
3. The paper presented by Sharon Anne Cook, “‘Sowing Seed For The Master’: The Ontario W.C.T.U. and Evangelical Feminism, 1874-1930,” has been submitted for publication to Canadian Historical Review.