By Phyllis D. Airhart
The tale starts off within the aftermath of Confederation, while the clients of creating a Christian country persuaded a gaggle of Congregationalist, Methodist, and Presbyterian leaders to put aside denominational changes and concentration in its place on shared ideals. Phyllis Airhart lines the hot church's fight to save lots of its attractiveness in the course of a sour controversy with dissenting Presbyterians who refused to affix what they thought of a "creedless" church. Surviving the organizational and theological demanding situations of monetary melancholy and conflict, the way forward for the church appeared vibrant. however the ties among own religion and civic lifestyles that the founders took without any consideration have been quickly tattered through the secular cultural hurricane sweeping via western Christendom. The United Church's remaking got here with the belief that making a Christian social order in Canada used to be not likely - even perhaps bad - in a pluralistic world.
A Church with the Soul of a country sheds mild at the United Church's previous controversies and current dilemmas by way of displaying how its founding imaginative and prescient either laid the basis for its accomplishments and intricate its version to the hot international taking shape.
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A Church with the Soul of a Nation: Making and Remaking the United Church of Canada (McGill-Queen's Studies in the History of Religion) by Phyllis D. Airhart