Beyond Religious Discourse Paperback

Sermons, Preaching and Evangelical Protestants in Nineteenthcentury Ulster Society

by J Dickson;

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Beyond Religious Discourse

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Drawing extensively on primary sources, this pioneer work in modern religious history explores the training of preachers, the construction of sermons and how Irish evangelicalism and the wider movement in Great Britain and the United States shaped the preaching event. Evangelical preaching and politics, sectarianism, denominations, education, class, social reform, gender and revival are examined to advance the argument that evangelical sermons and preaching went significantly beyond religious discourse. The result is a book for those with interests in Irish history, culture and belief, popular religion and society, evangelicalism, preaching and communication.

Beyond Religious Discourse by J Dickson was published by Paternoster Press in February 2005 and is our 61745th best seller. The ISBN for Beyond Religious Discourse is 9781842272176.

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    Details for Beyond Religious Discourse

    Author / Artist
    Book FormatPaperback / softback
    PublisherPaternoster Press (February 2005)
    Number of Pages324
    Thickness19 mm
    Height152 mm
    Width228 mm
    Product Code32707
    Page last updated 16th July 2018
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