The Disciples and American Culture: A Bibliography of Works by Disciples of Christ Members 1866-1984

Citation: 
Galbraith, Leslie R., and Heather F. Day. The Disciples and American Culture: A Bibliography of Works by Disciples of Christ Members 1866-1984. ATLA Bibliography Series, No. 26. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1990.
Abstract: 

Leslie Galbraith and Heather Day present their bibliography of works by Disciples of Christ members as a contribution to the study of how this tradition has impacted American culture and how the culture has influenced the life and thought of the tradition. The volume identifies persons related to the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) as well as members of the Churches of Christ and the Independent Christian Churches. It includes the publications of persons engaged in all the professions and disciplines represented by members of the church. The inclusive dates of 1866 and 1984 correspond to the death of Disciples founder Alexander Campbell and the end of the first term of U. S. President and Disciples member Ronald Reagan. <p> The bibliography is arranged in two large sections. The first is the Periodical and General Literature Section, covering works about the Disciples of Christ by non-Disciples members and periodical articles by both Disciples and non-Disciples authors. The second is a Name Section, including books, doctoral theses and reports longer than 50 pages by those Disciples who have achieved prominence in their respective professional and academic fields, including the fields of agriculture, sociology, theology, and others. The work contains both Subject and Name indices.

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