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American Catholics in the Protestant Imagination

Rethinking the Academic Study of Religion

by Michael P. Carroll

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roman Catholicism, Roman Catholic Church,
  • Religion And Politics,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Catholicism,
  • USA,
  • Christianity - Catholic,
  • Comparative Religion,
  • Sociology Of Religion,
  • Religion / General,
  • Religion, Politics & State,
  • Catholics,
  • Historiography,
  • History,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11207168M
    ISBN 10080188683X
    ISBN 109780801886836

      Thus the widely read book by Paul Blanshard, American Freedom and Catholic Power. The post-Protestant elites think, as did every right-thinking man in eighteenth-century Massachusetts, that orthodox Catholics surrender mind and conscience to an Italian priest, and thus cut themselves off from the democratic communion of natural reason. "The Catholic Imagination" was written by Andrew Greeley and published by University of California Press in The book presents primary research on Catholic social and religious thought based on National Opinion Research Center (NORC) surveys to include General Social Surveys, International Survey, and Central Archives research, to mention /5.

      In Catholicism and American Borders in the Gothic Literary Imagination, Farrell O'Gorman presents the first study of the recurrent role of Catholicism in a Gothic tradition that is essential to the literature of the United this tradition, Catholicism is depicted as threatening to break down borders separating American citizens—or some representative Author: Farrell O'gorman.   Whereas nativist American writers had always depicted Catholic priests and polygamous Mormons as destroyers of families, it was not common to accuse Protestant ministers of such a corrupting influence. In , Victorian family values were the norm; the figure of the Protestant minister was the de facto protector of the family.

    In the American imagination, to be Irish is to be Catholic. The data, however, is clear: most Irish-Americans are not Catholic, and Irish-Americans make up a minority of Catholics in America. (RNS) — In some cases, U.S. Protestants seemed unaware of the theological differences that split Catholics and Protestants in the s, voicing beliefs .


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"The book has many virtues, among which are. American Catholics in the Protestant Imagination by Michael P. Carroll,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). As the evidence mounts, the reader is left to wonder why Catholics are so despised by mainstream (Protestant) Americans.

Massa examines Fr. David Tracy’s insightful study The Analogical Imagination, in which Fr. Tracy investigates the basic level of religious analogical language of Catholics “uses analogy, that is, it utilizes things we. American Catholics in the Protestant Imagination Carroll, Michael P.

Published by Johns Hopkins University Press Carroll, Michael P. American Catholics in the Protestant Imagination: Rethinking the Academic Study of Religion. So America is the exemplification of a constructive Protestant social imagination.

in his book, America's God a Christian and being an American. As a result Catholics in America think the. Get this from a library. American Catholics in the Protestant imagination: rethinking the academic study of religion. [Michael P Carroll] -- "Michael P.

Carroll argues that the academic study of religion in the United States continues to be shaped by a "Protestant imagination" that has warped our perception of the American religious. Whether one reads more academic works or populists books, this book is sure to be a pleasure to read for y's psoition is to write a book to show the differnce between the Catholic imagination juxtaposed against a Protestant imagination in American society in /5(4).

Catholic imagination is analogical. It is founded in creation itself and views creation as God in disguise. According to Catholic imagination, God lurks everywhere. According to Protestant imagination, Karl Barth for example, God is hidden everywhere but found only in.

The Catholic imagination is sustained and passed on in relationships, the home, and the community, Greeley shows. Absorbing, compassionate, and deeply informed, this book provides an entirely new perspective on the nature and role of religion in daily life for Catholics and non-Catholics alike.

Michael P. Carroll argues that the academic study of religion in the United States continues to be shaped by a "Protestant imagination" that has warped our perception of the American religious experience and its written history and analysis. In this provocative study, Carroll explores a number of historiographical puzzles that emerge from the American Catholic story as it has.

Origins. American Anti-Catholicism has its origins in the e the Reformation was based on an effort to correct what was perceived as the errors and excesses of the Catholic Church, its proponents formed strong positions against the Roman clerical hierarchy in general and the Papacy in particular.

These positions were held by most Protestant spokesmen in the. Greeley's psoition is to write a book to show the differnce between the Catholic imagination juxtaposed against a Protestant imagination in American society in particular. In expressing this difference, the first three chapters exceed in engaging the by: Russell Shaw in his new book, American Church: The Remarkable Rise, Meteoric Fall, and Uncertain Future of Catholicism in America, describes.

But in the American popular imagination, the notion of the Black Church—capital B, capital C—has largely become equivalent to what it .In general, however, The Catholic Imagination is gentler in tone, the claims less extravagant than in some of Greeley’s earlier works on related topics, notably The Catholic Myth (), an eminently "teachable" work that has sparked wonderful debates (and enraged some Protestant students) on campuses across the country.I’m talking tonight about “The Catholic Novelist in the Protestant South.” I have experienced his situation, and I think his situation has particular lessons both for Catholics anywhere who write or read fiction and for those Southerners who feel that the quality of future Southern literature will not hold up unless the best traditions of the South have reinforcement from some stable.