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Identifying the image of God : radical Christians and nonviolent power in…

by Dan McKanan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0195145321, Hardcover)

Between 1820 and 1860, American social reformers invited all people to identify God's image in the victims of war, slavery, and addiction. Identifying the Image of God traces the theme of identification--and its liberal Christian roots--through the literature of social reform, focusing on sentimental novels, temperance tales, and slave narratives, and invites contemporary activists to revive the "politics of identification."

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Between 1820 and 1860, American social reformers pioneered a 'politics of identification' which portrayed minority and socially excluded groups as both physically vunerable and socially related. This text traces the theme of identification through the literature of social reform.… (more)

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