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"Christian perfection," human agency, and temperance among evangelicals (article)

Jessica Warner, "Temperance, Alcohol, and the American Evangelical: A Reassessment," Addiction 104/7 (July 2009): 1075-1084.  Temperance was prevalent in denominations that emphasized the doctrine of "Christian perfection," less so in those that de-emphasized human agency.

Posted by David Fahey on November 27, 2009 at 09:28 AM in Religion, Temperance, United States | Permalink