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Religion in America

The story of the development of American civilization would be incomplete without due attention to the role of religion. Religion and its relationship to American society has been and remains unique in Western culture, and national self-understanding cannot be fully attained without studying the place of religion in American life. The development of insight into the nature of religion and the character of the American nation is the purpose of this course. Primary attention will be given to the historical development of religious ideas and institutions and their interaction with the development of American culture.

 

This syllabus was created for the Young Scholars in American Religion program.

Andrew Manis
Author

Averett College
Institution

Private College or University
Institution Type

Syllabus
Resource Type

Undergraduate Course
Class Type

1993
Date Published

Religious Studies, American Studies, History
Discipline

New Religious Movements, Other Christianities, Protestant
Religous Tradition

Pluralism/Secularism/Culture Wars
Topics

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