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6 - Worship and Preaching

from Part II - The Religious Culture of American Protestantism

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 May 2022

Jason E. Vickers
Affiliation:
Asbury Theological Seminary, Kentucky
Jennifer Woodruff Tait
Affiliation:
Christian History Magazine
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Evangelical revivalism was the first purely American worship tradition and has been the single largest Protestant movement in America since the 1700s. Liturgical practices that developed during the early American evangelical revival period have affected the worship piety of nearly every American Protestant tradition and movement since, and the revivalist worship piety of evangelicalism has by and large remained consistent and prevalent in American Protestantism to the current day. The chapter provides a broad survey of the worship customs and mindsets that developed in America over the past 300 years through the agency of the evangelical revival movement, identifying significant factors that influenced American evangelical worship practice and piety.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

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