By Wendy Conklin
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23 Bangs, if anything, understated his case. Evangelical revival. Neither ideological evolution nor the separation of church and state nor the sanctifying of American republicanism would have made evangelical Protestants important at the time of the Civil War if the United States had not witnessed from to an unprecedented dynamism within the churches considered primarily as religious institutions. Because the churches ﬂourished in this period as purveyors of religion, as they never did before or thereafter, they exerted an unusual impact on public life.
24 In each case, Stowe’s own sentiments obviously lay with the antislavery use of the Bible, but her portrayal of a divided usage could not have reassured those who paused to reﬂect on how this novel might awaken uncertainty about the supposedly perspicuous authority of the Bible. By contrast, Stowe’s most extensive incident featuring an appeal to Scripture conveyed a less ambiguous message. After the slave Eliza escapes over the ice-clogged Ohio River with her young son, she comes, exhausted, to the home of Senator and Mrs.
16 Hopkins did pay some attention to individual passages like Leviticus and the book of Philemon, but for him grasping the broad sweep of Scripture and applying the most basic meaning of American experience were more important. Likewise, a rousing polemic from by George Bourne, The Book and Slavery Irreconcilable, dealt at length with individual texts of Scripture, even as it leaned even harder on what Bourne obviously considered the humanitarian agreement of biblical and republican principles.
Causes of the Civil War by Wendy Conklin