Journeymen For Jesus

Author: William R. Sutton
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 9780271044125
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Journeymen for Jesus explores how the artisan community in one city, Baltimore, responded to these life-changing developments during the years of the early republic.

Chants Democratic

Author: Sean Wilentz
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199884005
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New York, with its immigrants, its Bowery, its traditions of popular anticlericalism,
and its sheer size, lacked almost all the prerequisites for a successful revival;
when that revival was attempted, it brought few journeymen to Jesus. Its major
effect was not to close the growing breach of class but to provide some craft
entrepreneurs and small masters with an enhanced sense of moral purpose and
righteousness.44 The records of Joseph Brewster's Brainerd Presbyterian—
among the most ...

Four Steeples Over The City Streets

Author: Kyle T. Bulthuis
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 1479807931
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New York: New York University Press, 1956. Stokes, I. N. Phelps. The
Iconography of Manhattan Island. 5 vols. 1915. Reprint, New York: Arno, 1967. —
——. New York Past and Present: Its History and Landmarks, 1524–1939. New
York: Plantin Press, 1939. The Story of Old John Street Church. New York:
Raynor R. Rogers, 1984. Sutton, William R. Journeymen for Jesus: Evangelical
Artisans Confront Capitalism in Jacksonian Baltimore. University Park:
Pennsylvania State University ...

The Pearl

Author: Josephine F. Pacheco
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807888923
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... Henry Stockbridge Sr., “Baltimore in 1846.” Maryland Historical Magazine 6 (
1911): 32; Sutton, journeymen for Jesus, 263. Mational Anti-Slavery Standard,
May 25, 1848. Joshua R. Giddings, Speeches in Congress /1841–1852/ (Boston:
John P. Jewett, 1853), 47 (Feb. 13, 1843). Bacon et al., Encyclopedia of the U.S.
Congress. “Chaplains”; Congressional Globe, 30th Cong., 1st sess., 17:19 (Dec.
13, 1847). 16 Joshua R. Giddings. History of the Rebellion: Its Authors .Notes to
Pages ...

Religion And The Marketplace In The United States

Author: Jan Stievermann
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190266570
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... 1991); Kenneth Moore Startup, The Root of All Evil: The Protestant Clergy and
the Economic Mind of the Old South (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1997);
William R. Sutton, Journeymen for Jesus: Evangelical Artisans Confront
Capitalism in Jacksonian Baltimore (University Park: Pennsylvania State
University Press, 1998); and Anthony F. C. Wallace, Rockdale: The Growth of an
American Village in the Early Industrial Revolution (Lincoln: University of
Nebraska Press, 2005).

The Messenger Of The Sacred Heart Of Jesus

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Many of the “ journeymen's guilds " have been celebrating this year their golden
jubilee. This admirable association was founded a little more than halfacentury
ago (in 1849) by a zealous priest, Adolphus Kolping, who had been himself a
journeyman shoemaker. The guilds are scattered all over Germany and Austria-
Hungary and form a Union. It counts in Germany alone over - 100,000 members
and 200 hospices. In these hospices, many of which are splendid buildings,
travelling ...

The Political Aims Of Jesus

Author: Douglas E. Oakman
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 0800638476
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... and his missionaries were wandering journeymen, the greatest of them a
wandering tent maker so alien to farmwork that in his epistles he actually
employs in a reverse sense a metaphor relating to the process of grafting. —Max
Weberm Max Weber may be permitted a slight oversimplification in subsuming
the countryside and the lake entirely into Jesus' role as a tekton and broker.
Surely, Jesus cared deeply about his immediate contexts—countryside and lake,
village and town.

American Jesus

Author: Christopher Keith Jenkins
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1499071701
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And they find me passed out 3 stories in the air, so I lost my job. And it was a
great job to, I mean I actually saw a Bob Vila show, where he was doing a
segment on drywallers, and my uncle Marty, and Donald were being taped on a
movie where Bob Vila said these two men were the most accomplished tapers of
their time, setting records everywhere they went. Andif journeymen taper was the
job for you, these were the guys to look for because they were the best in the
profession.

The True Gospel Of Jesus Christ Asserted

Author: Thomas Chubb
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These supernumerary Clergymen, were such as had no Christian societies
committed to their care, but only served as journeymen to do the work for a small
stipend, whilst the appointed guardian of the societies fouls, lived lazily and idlely
upon the profits of it. And, this again introduced that most unfair practice of non-
residence, which very much prevails at this day. A practice the most
unreasonable, as a man not only takes the care and charge of the fouls of a
Christian society upon ...

War Inconsistent With The Religion Of Jesus Christ

Author: David Low Dodge
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465559280
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He hired a convenient place for carpenters and blacksmiths, took several
journeymen intothe family, and embarkedall hisearnings in the business.”
Theboy's halfbrothers, William andJesse Earl, enteredthearmy at thetenderages
of fourteen and sixteen, enduredbattles, sickness, and every privation, and both
diedtowards the closeofthe war,the eventalmost wrecking thenervous system of
themother, a womanof acute sensibility. Thusearly were thehorrors ofwarbrought
personally home ...