Pilgrims in Their Own Land

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Pilgrims in Their Own Land by Martin E. Marty
Paperback $18.00

Aug 06, 1985 | 512 Pages

  • Paperback $18.00

    Aug 06, 1985 | 512 Pages

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“It would be a good thing for America if this book were widely read and discussed.”
Los Angeles Times

“Marty weaves a fascinating tapestry of personal histories.”
The Washington Post

“Page for page, it is the most engaging one-volume history of American religion we now have.”
The New York Times Book Review

“An essential book for serious students of American society.”
Chicago Sun-Times Book Week

Table Of Contents

1. The First Migrants
2. A Crowned Cross
3. The Conqueror versus the Missionary
4. Holy Wars and Sacred Piracies
5. Establishing Colonies
6. Pilgrimages of Dissent
7. The End of the Catholic Missionary Road
8. A Matter of Choice
9. Three Revolutions
10. Into the West and the World
11. Beyond Existing Bounds
12. A Century of Exclusion
13. Adapting to America
14. Crises in the Protestant Empire
15. Healing the Restless
16. The Dream of One Kingdom
17. A Season of Conflicts
18. The American Ways of Life
19. Always a Horizon
20. New Paths for Old Pilgrimages
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