Series: Yale Studies in Religious Education

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A History of Religious Education in the Episcopal Church to 1835 by Clifton Hartwell BrewerII
Children and Puritanism : the place of children in the life and thought of the New England Churches 1620-1847 by Sir Sandford FlemingVIII
The church follows its students by Clarence Prouty SheddX
The Presbyterian Doctrine of Children in the Covenant: A Historical Study of the Significance of Infant Baptism in the Presbyterian Church in America by Lewis Bevens SchenckXII
Tennant's Philosophical Theology. by Delton Lewis ScudderXIII
The rise of the social gospel in American Protestantism, 1865-1915 by Charles Howard HopkinsXIV
Millhands & Preachers: A Study of Gastonia by Liston PopeXV
The social gospel of Walter Rauschenbusch and its relation to religious education, by Vernon Parker BodeinXVI
Religion in higher education among Negroes by Richard I. McKinneyXVIII
The college seeks religion by Merrimon CuninggimXX
Alexander Campbell and Natural Religion by Robert Frederick WestXXI
Puritans, Lawyers, and Politics in Early Seventeenth-Century England by John Dykstra EusdenXXIII

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