By Gillis J. Harp
The Reverend Phillips Brooks, writer of the cherished Christmas Carol, O Little city of Bethlehem, used to be undeniably the most well known preachers of Gilded Age the USA. despite the fact that, only a few severe reviews of his lifestyles and paintings exist. during this insightful ebook, Gillis J. Harp locations Brooks's non secular concept in its right ancient, cultural, and ecclesiastical contexts whereas clarifying the resources of Brooks's suggestion. the result's a fuller, richer portrait of this luminous determine and of this transitional period in American protestantism.
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It seems implausible that it did not produce some tensions. His reluctance to be confirmed would suggest that there was a struggle of some sort but Phillips Brooks, like his father, did not wear his beliefs on his sleeve. Allen sums up the situation with palpable frustration: “When we turn . . ”54When Brooks did treat religious subjects in his written work during this period (which was rarely), his approach seems distant or disengaged. He appeared convinced that religious belief was a very good thing but was not convincing that he had truly made it his own.
Jaher, “Politics of Boston Brahmins,” 7 1. 12. Louis Hartz, The Liberal Tradition in America: An Interpretation ofAmerican Political Thought Since the Revolution (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1955), chaps. 4 and 8. 13. 5 percent of Bostonians worth in excess of $100,000 were Whigs between 1836 and 1848. See Jaher, “Politics of Boston Brahmins,” 75. Christian Nurture 39 14. Daniel W. Howe, The Political Culture of the American Whigs (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979), esp. chaps. 2 and 7.
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Brahmin Prophet: Phillips Brooks and the Path of Liberal Protestantism by Gillis J. Harp