3 edition of Cochranism delineated, or, A description of, and specific for a religious hydrophobia found in the catalog.
Cochranism delineated, or, A description of, and specific for a religious hydrophobia
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|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 49510|
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|Number of Pages||22|
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Cochranism Delineated, [Boston: Hews + Goss] 16 pages: 23 cm. Subtitle: "A description of and specific for, a religious hydrophobia: which has spread and is still spreading in a number of towns in the counties of York and Cumberland, District of Maine.".
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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ephraim Stinchfield. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Cochranism Delineated: OR, A DESCRIPTION OF, AND SPECIFIC FOR A RELIGIOUS HYDROPHOBIA, Which has spread, and is still spreading, in a number of Towns in the Counties of YORK AND CUMBERLAND: DISTRICT OF MAINE.
Cochranism Delineated: or, a Description of, and Specific for a Religious Hydrophobia, Which Has Spread, and Is Still Spreading, in a Number of the Towns in the Counties of York and Cumberland: District of Maine.
Boston: Printed for N. Coverly, Milk-Street, Library of Congress. Taylor, John. Three Nights’ Public Discussion Between The. Cochranism Delineated: or, a Description of, and Specific for a Religious Hydrophobia, Which Has Spread, and Is Still Spreading, in a Number of the Towns in the Counties of York and Cumberland: District of Maine.
Boston: Printed for N. Coverly, Milk-Street, His book is entitled Cochranism Delineated: or, a Description of, and Specific for a Religious Hydrophobia, Which Has Spread, and Is Still Spreading, in a Number of the Towns in the Counties of York and Cumberland: District of Maine. Stinchfield's book was published in Boston.
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A description not only of rituals and religious objects, but also of their meaning for the practitioners. b) Sacredness Religions manifest eight possible elements: belief system, community central myths, ritual ethics, characteristic emotional experiences, material expression, and _______.
About This Item. Title: Cochranism delineated or, A description of, and specific for a religious hydrophobia, Creator: Stinchfield, Ephraim Creation Date: Subject Date: Town: Portland County: Cumberland State: ME Media: Ink on paper Local Code: Coll.
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No, religious studies scholars should not restrict their investigations to the parameters delineated or designated by the religious phenomenon under study. Whatever is thought pertinent to the study is open to investigation. There would be a bias if this was done any other way. History of Methodism in Maine, Published with the.
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Cochranism delineated or, A description of, and specific for a religious hydrophobia, Contributed by: Maine Historical Society Date: Location: Portland Media: Ink on paper view a.
Religion in the United States is characterized by both a wide diversity of religious beliefs and practices and by a high adherence level. According to recent surveys, 83% of Americans identify with a religious denomination, 40% state that they attend services nearly every week or more, and 58% say that they pray at least weekly.
An emphasis of its effects on the individual’s psyche b. The harm brought about by religion, the “opium” of the people c. The unification brought about by “beliefs and practices,” culminating in a “moral community called a Church”. 99 A Watcher (Ephraim Stinchfield), Cochranism Delineated: or A Description of, and Specific for Religious Hydrophobia (Boston, ), and Graham, D.
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Ephraim Stinchfield has written: 'Cochranism delineated, or, A description of, and specific for, a religious hydrophobia.' -- subject(s): Church history. For a brief description of John Taylor's "Johnites," see the autobiography, Joyce Butler's "Cochranism Delineated: A Twentieth-Century Study," in Charles E.
Clark, et al., Maine in the Early Republic (Hanover, NH: ). and the results were described by a contemporary reporter as "a religious hydrophobia spreading in a number. A religious organization that has spun off from the beliefs and practices of existing churches until it became something quite different is a _____.
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