The Canadian Protestant Experience, 1760 to 1990

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 1994 - Religion - 252 pages
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Five leading Canadian religious historians address the Canadian Protestant experience. Each author considers a separate period, taking into account the major underlying themes of the time and noting the influence exerted by key personalities. As this collection shows, Protestantism had its most profound effects on Canadian life in the nineteenth century. As the twentieth century unfolded, however, Canadian Protestantism, battered by demographic change, profound inner doubt, so-called modernity, and secularization, was gradually pushed to the periphery of Canadian experience. The contributors are Phyllis D. Airhart, Nancy Christie, Michael Gauvreau, John G. Stackhouse Jr, and Robert A. Wright.

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Editors Preface
Personal Piety and the Evangelical
Ordering a New Nation and Reordering Protestantism
The Canadian Protestant Tradition 19141945
The Protestant Experience in Canada Since 1945

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Page 240 - Robert T. Handy, A History of the Churches in the United States and Canada (New York: Oxford University Press, 1977); and Martin E.

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GEORGE A. RAWLYK is Professor of History at Queen's University.

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