Standing Against the Whirlwind Evangelical Episcopalians in Nineteenth-Century America. The Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer Prize Essay for the American Society of Church History for 1993


Butler shows that, contrary to common belief, the nineteenth-century Episcopal Church contained a sizable evangelical party that was deeply indebted and closely related to both Anglican and early American interdenominational evangelicalism. Evangelical religion, she shows, actually helped shape the very identity of the Episcopal Church during its first century.

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