- Title Pages
- 1 Calvin and the Social Order in Early America: Moral Ideals and Transatlantic Empire
- 2 Calvinism and American National Identity
- 3 Implausible: Calvinism and American Politics
- 4 Practical Ecclesiology in John Calvin and Jonathan Edwards
- 5 “Falling Away from the General Faith of the Reformation”? The Contest over Calvinism in Nineteenth-Century America
- 6 Calvin and Calvinism within Congregational and Unitarian Discourse in Nineteenth-Century America
- 7 Whose Calvin, Which Calvinism? John Calvin and the Development of Twentieth-Century American Theology
- 8 “Strange Providence”: Indigenist Calvinism in the Writings of Mohegan Minister Samson Occom (1723–1792)
- 9 Geneva’s Crystalline Clarity: Harriet Beecher Stowe and Max Weber on Calvinism and the American Character
- 10 “Jonathan Edwards, Calvin, Baxter & Co.”: Mark Twain and the Comedy of Calvinism
- 11 Cold Comforts: John Updike, Protestant Thought, and the Semantics of Paradox
- Conclusion: John Calvin at “Home” in American Culture
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