Evangelicalism in the United States

Religion 285

Usual Description

This course will explore Evangelicalism from its 19th century beginnings to the present, including: its relationship to 19th century moral controversies such as slavery, abolition, women’s rights and temperance movements; the social gospel movement; fundamentalism versus modernism; diversification as a post-WWII movement; evangelism versus social action; and the continuing issues of race, class, and gender. Reformed, Arminian, Anabaptist, Pentecostal, and Holiness traditions will also be explored. Evangelicalism will also be informed by studies from sociology of religion, psychology, and anthropology.

Areas of Interest
United States
United States
Time Periods

Post-1800

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Religion 285 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 285 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 285 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller