2009 Historical Papers (eds. Brian Gobbett, Bruce L. Guenther and Robynne Rogers Healey)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAPERS
CSCH PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS
APPENDIX

 
Please Note
The following papers were presented to the Canadian Society of Church History in 2009, but were not made available for publication: Michael Friesen, “Draft Resistance and the Politics of Gender: A Life History Approach to Understanding Mennonites, Anti-Militarism and Masculinity in the United States during the Vietnam War”; Bruce Douville, “Spiritual Midwife? Liberal Christianity and the Origins of the Canadian New Left”; Marlene Epp, “Preachers, Prophets, and Missionaries: The dichotomous religious lives of Mennonite women in Canada”; William Klassen, “Pilgram Marpeck (1495-1556)”; J. Richard Middleton and David Belles, “Variant Eschatologies in the Great Awakenings and the Social Gospel: Case Studies in Jonathan Edwards, Dwight L. Moody and Walter Rauschenbusch”; Darren Schmidt, “Reviving the Past: Eighteenth-Century Evangelical Interpretations of Church History”; Stephen Fai, “St. Michael of Ponass Lakes, Saskatchewan: Icon, Architecture, and Material Imagination”; Iain Edgehill, “The Religious and Theological Elements in Caribbean Slave Revolts”; Brian Froese, “Contrasting Visions of Mission: Mennonite Social Activism and Mennonite Brethren Evangelicalism in Post-War British Columbia”; Andrew Eason, “The Salvation Army and the Sacraments in Victorian England: Retracing the Steps to Non-Observance”; and Donna Kerfoot, “Florence Nightingale’s ‘Way of Perfection’ in Nineteenth-Century England”; presentations by A.B. McKillop and Ian McKay on Richard Allan’s The View from Murney Tower: Salem Bland, the Late Victorian Controversies, and the Search for a New Christianity; and presentations by Linda Ambrose, Sam Reimer, and Robert Choquette on a collection of essays edited by Michael Wilkinson entitled Canadian Pentecostalism: Transition and Transformation.

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