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God Save America
64 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
8. The Reformed Church in America
From the outside, the Reformed Church in America may look like a standard Mainline Protestant Church. In truth, it conceals a tumultuous history. Beginning with it's birth as a Reformed Church in the Dutch Golden Age, it follows a whiplash journey to the United States through schism after schism. Join us as Samuel Biagetti reveals the secrets of the unassuming Dutch. Contact us at email@example.com Support us at www.patreon.com/godsaveamerica to hear our previous episodes on Wicca, Native American religion, the Native American Church, and Christian Science.
5 minutes | May 25, 2021
Teaser: 7. Native American Church
The Native American Church, popularly known for its use of the psychedelic plant peyote, sprung out of late the 19th century pan-Native American movement and quickly spread across the country. Join us as we discuss its practices and history, from its beginnings in the Rio Grande Valley to its spread into Oklahoma Territory among resettled Native Americans and later depictions in the 1969 Pulitzer prize-winning book, "House Made of Dawn" by N. Scott Momoday. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at www.patreon.com/godsaveamerica to hear the full episode and previous episodes on Wicca, Native American religion, and Christian Science.
65 minutes | May 11, 2021
We cover the beliefs, practices, and history of the Society of Friends, also known as the Quakers - an unassuming Protestant group to modern eyes with a radical past. We trace its roots from the Intereginum Period in 1600s England through abolitionist movements in the 1800s to the group's activism in the 20th century. Contact us at email@example.com Support us at www.patreon.com/godsaveamerica to hear our previous episodes on Wicca, Native American religion, and Christian Science.
5 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Teaser: 5. Christian Science
Christian Science found its niche in the changing religious landscape of turn-of-the-century America. Its story parallels the rise of Spiritualism and Neo-Paganism in its appeal to a middle-class disenchanted with Christianity. In this episode, we discuss the life of its founder, Mary Baker Eddy, and why the ideas she put forth in her best-selling book, Science and Health, captivated its readers.
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