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Their air of antiquity, their harmonious architecture, their shared prominence in the center of town were evidence of a massive, unchanging religious core. Ten blocks away, on the outskirts of the city, rose the spires of St. John’s Roman Catholic Church, another bulky presence on the religious landscape, harmonious in its way and indicative of yet another congregation dating to the 1830s, though located at a signiﬁcant distance from the Protestant center. Here is the collection of denominations that continue to represent “the Church” in the broad generalizations often made about American Christianity.
The measures are therefore subject to revision. And whatever the churches do, there will still be Christians, ardent Christians, who aren’t affiliated with any church at all. indd 27 1/16/14 11:08 AM = AMERICAN CHRISTIANITY = To say this is to recognize that there is a place where institutional histories and social theories stop, and the histories of individual men and women start. Consider the story of Frances Jane (Fanny) Crosby, one of the greatest celebrities of nineteenth-century Christianity.
The success of these movements implied that it wasn’t only grace but also human measures— evangelism, revival meetings, and preaching and praying designed to induce conversion—that led people to decide for Christ. Conﬂicts about these measures and the assumptions behind them prompted bitter divisions between Calvinist and Free Will Baptists; Old Light and New Light Congregationalists; Old Side and New Side, then Old School and New School Presbyterians. The result was shattered congregations, expulsions of clergy from their pulpits, charges and countercharges in the public press, and the warfare of rival ministerial associations and colleges (Yale advocating the traditionalists, and Princeton, the renegades).