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4to - 28 x 21.5 cm.; 347 pp. Yellow covers with black lettering. Papers presented at the Interdisciplinary Conference on the Social Gospel in Canada, March 21-24 1973, at the University of Regina. Contents: 1 - "The Background of the Social Gospel in Canada" by Richard Allen. 2 - "One Woman's Campaign for Social Purity and Social Reform" by Beatrice Brigden. 3 - "Religion and the Making of a Labour Leader" by Fred Tipping. 4 - "The Origins and Early History of the Presbyterian Settelment Houses" by Ethel (Dodds) Parker. 5 - "A Christian Socialist in the 1930's" by J. King Gordon. 6 - "A View From the Manse: The Social Gospel and Social Crisis in British Columbia, 1929-1945" by Harold T. Allen. 7 - "Nationalism, Nativism and the Social Gospel" by Marilyn Barber. 8 - "The Social Gospel and Adult Education in Canada" by J. R. Kidd. 9 - "The Sociology of the Social Gospel: Quest for a Modern Ideology" by Stewart Crysdale. 10 - "The Canadian Social Gospel in the Context of Christian Social Ethics" by Roger Hutchinson. 11 - "The Social Gospel in Canada: A Theological Critique" by Benjamin G. Smillie. Moderate wear and soiling on the covers. The interior is clean and the binding is sound and solid.
Title: The Social Gospel in Canada: National Museum of Man Mercury Series. History Division. Paper Number 9.
Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario., National Museums of Canada: 1975
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Good
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Seller ID: 9074
Keywords: Canada Canadiana Christianity Gospel Ethics Culture Education History Richard Allen