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Methodists and the Making of America: Organizing to Beat the Devil

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Paperback, 480 pages
Published August 7th 1983 by Eakin Pr (first published August 1983)
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Jun 12, 2012 rated it really liked it
The following is from the last paragraph of my book review of Methodists and the Making of America for Christian Church II class in Spring 2002:

Besides the many biographies, the book does give a well-rounded look at Methodism in America. The description of the various church organizations and how they impacted society was very informative. The description of the life of an itinerant gave depth to the man whose job it was to strengthen believers. The book changed what I thought about Methodism fr
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Educated at Southern Methodist University, Union Theological Seminary, and the New School for Social Research, Ferguson pursued a myriad of different careers, working as an English professor at SMU, minister, publisher, author, and member of the US Foreign Service. After serving as president of New York-based publishing house Round Table Press, Ferguson was selected as a senior editor of the newly ...more
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