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003    OCoLC 
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008    930517s1994    nyu      b    001 0deng   
010       93023964 
015    GB94-23062 
020    0195083016|qalkaline paper 
020    9780195083019|qalkaline paper 
035    (OCoLC)28222116 
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049    STJJ 
050 00 BT732.4|b.R83 1994 
082 00 280/.4/0973|220 
084    11.06|2bcl 
100 1  Rubin, Julius H. 
245 10 Religious melancholy and Protestant experience in America 
       /|cJulius H. Rubin. 
264  1 New York :|bOxford University Press,|c1994. 
300    xii, 308 pages ;|c25 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Religion in America series 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-298) and 
505 00 |tThe Protestant Ethic and the Melancholy Spirit --
       |tMelancholia's Heirs: Max Weber and William James --
       |tMartin Luther's Anfechtung --|tJohn Calvin's Anxiety and
       Solicitude --|tThe Pattern Established--Evangelical 
       Pietism --|tEvangelical Pietism in America --|tThe New 
       England Way --|tCotton Mather --|tEvangelical Nurture --
       |tTears of Repentance --|tThe Pattern Completed--Religious
       Awakenings and Revivals --|tThe Evangelical Grieving of 
       Mary Fish --|tEvangelical Anorexia Nervosa --|tHannah 
       Allen's Travail --|tThe Near-Death Experience of William 
       Tennent, Jr. --|tDavid Brainerd's Devotional Piety --
       |tSamuel Hopkins and the New Divinity Movement --|tSusanna
       Anthony --|tThe Exemplary Piety of Sarah Osborn --|tMary 
       Moody Emerson --|tWhat Hath God Wrought? Religious 
       Melancholy in the Second Great Awakening --|tThe 
       Evangelical Morphology of Conversion --|tThe Suicide of 
       Benjamin Noyes --|tSinners Who Would Fast unto Death --
       |tReligion and Insanity --|tSinners Who Would Fast unto 
       Death --|tUnpardonable Sin and Religious Melancholy --
       |tMelancholia Attonita --|tStarving Perfectionists --|tThe
       Passing Away of Religious Melancholy? --|tThe Billy Graham
       Crusades: Fundamentalism as a Popular Devotional Religious
       Movement --|tThe Melancholy Apologetics of Edward J. 
       Carnell --|tReligious Melancholy and Contemporary 
       Christian Biography --|tThe Future of Religious Melancholy
       --|tPastoral Care --|tRevivalists As Mediatorial Elites. 
650  0 Depression, Mental|xReligious aspects|xProtestant churches
       |xHistory of doctrines. 
650  0 Anorexia nervosa|xReligious aspects|xProtestant churches
       |xHistory of doctrines. 
650  0 Protestant churches|zUnited States|xHistory. 
650  0 Depression, Mental|zUnited States|xEpidemiology. 
650  0 Anorexia nervosa|zUnited States|xEpidemiology. 
651  0 United States|xChurch history. 
653 00 Protestant churches|aHistory 
653 00 United States 
830  0 Religion in America series (Oxford University Press) 
856 42 |3Publisher description|u
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