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by Donald G. Mathews, 2006

Part 6: References

Catherine L. Albanese, Nature Religion in America from the Algonkian Indians to the New Age (1990).

Mary Best, ed., North Carolina Churches: Portraits of Grace (2004).

Diana L. Eck, A New Religious America: How a "Christian Country" Has Become the World's Most Religiously Diverse Nation (2001).

C. Eric Lincoln and Lawrence H. Mamiya, The Black Church in the African American Experience (1995).

Donald G. Mathews, Religion in the Old South (1977).

Mathews, "'Spiritual Warfare': Cultural Fundamentalism and the Equal Rights Amendment," Religion and American Culture 3 (Summer 1993).

Amanda Porterfield, The Transformation of American Religion (2001).

Anne Russell, Marjorie Megivern, and Kevin Coughlin, North Carolina Portraits of Faith: A Pictorial History of Religions (1986).

Frederick W. Schmidt Jr., A Still Small Voice: Women, Ordination and the Church (1996).


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