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Alabama Baptists by Wayne Flynt1998
A Fire You Can't Put Out by Andrew M. Manis1999
Southern Churches in Crisis Revisited by Samuel S. Hill1999
The Churches of Christ in the 20th Century: Homer Hailey's Personal Journey of Faith by Professor David Edwin Harrell Jr.2000
Avenues of faith : shaping the urban religious culture of Richmond, Virginia, 1900-1929 by Samuel Claude Shepherd2001
Getting Right With God: Southern Baptists and Desegregation, 1945-1995 by Mark Newman2001
The Life of Selina Campbell: A Fellow Soldier in the Cause of Restoration by Loretta M. Long2001
Unitarianism in the Antebellum South: The Other Invisible Institution by John Macaulay2001
Religion, Politics and the American Experience: Reflections on Religion and American Public Life by Professor Edith L. Blumhofer2002
Uneasy in Babylon: Southern Baptist Conservatives and American Culture by Barry Hankins2002
The foreign missionary enterprise at home : explorations in North American cultural history by Daniel H. Bays2003
In the trenches with Jesus and Marx : Harry F. Ward and the struggle for social justice by David Nelson Duke2003
Quest for a Christian America, 1800-1865: A Social History of the Disciples of Christ, Volume 1 by David Edwin Harrell2003
Sources of Division in the Disciples of Christ, 1865-1900: A Social History of the Disciples of Christ, Volume 2 by Professor David Edwin Harrell Jr.2003
Singing the Lord's Song in a Strange Land: Hymnody in the History of North American Protestantism (Religion & American Culture) by Edith L. Blumhofer2004
Hope's Promise: Religion and Acculturation in the Southern Backcountry by S. Scott Rohrer2005
Isaac Taylor Tichenor: The Creation of the Baptist New South by Michael E. Williams2005
Women with a Mission: Religion, Gender, and the Politics of Women Clergy by Laura R. Olson2005
Sing Them Over Again to Me: Hymns and Hymnbooks in America by Mark A. Noll2006
To Save My Race from Abuse: The Life of Samuel Robert Cassius by Edward J. Robinson2006
Show Us How You Do It: Marshall Keeble and the Rise of Black Churches of Christ in the United States, 1914-1968 by Edward J. Robinson2008
Power, authority, and the origins of American denominational order : the English churches in the Delaware Valley, 1680-1730 by Jon Butler2009
The Poisoned Chalice: Eucharistic Grape Juice and Common-Sense Realism in Victorian Methodism by Ms. Jennifer L. Woodruff Tait2011

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