2002

Table of Contents

Papers

Hothouse Fundamentalism on the Prairies: The Early Years of Prairie Bible Institute Through the Private Eyes of Dorothy Ruth Miller
James Enns
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From Quaker to Upper Canadian: The Boundaries of Community Identity among Yonge Street Friends, 1801-1850
Robynne Rogers Healey
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Reconciling Faith and Reason: Universalism as Theological Anomaly in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century Rural Ontario
Marvin L. Anderson
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Sacred Tunes and Religious Identity: Developing the Hymn Tradition for Contemporary Use
Margaret Leask
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Forgotten Social Gospellers: Reverends J.B. Silcox and Hugh Pedley
Mélanie Méthot
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Responding to the Reds: Conservative Protestants, Anti-Communism, and the Shaping of American Culture, 1945-1965
Eric R. Crouse
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John Burgess Calkin (1829-1918): Educator and Churchman in Truro, Nova Scotia
Eldon Hay
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“We Are the Church Together”: A Case Study of Community, Family, and Religion at Richmond Hill Methodist Church, 1875-1899
Sara Knight
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Boundaries Rejected: Roman Catholic and Presbyterian Missions Among the Nuu-chah-nulth Peoples on Vancouver Island, 1874-1910
James Manly
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CSCH President's Address

Adjusting the Sails: Reflections of an Independent Scholar
Marilyn Färdig Whiteley
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Complete Issue

HISTORICAL PAPERS 2002
   
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