Scholarship of Interdisciplinary Integration, Scholarship of Discovery, Scholarship of Faith Integration
This dissertation considers how the issues of race, gender, and class factored in the response of the Church of the Nazarene to the Azusa Street Revival, and how the processes of anti-Pentecostalization, whitening, masculinization, and embourgeoisement have contributed to elevating the social respectability of the Church of the Nazarene in the United States.
Perabeau, Charles L., "The Church of the Nazarene in the U.S.: Race, Gender, and Class in the Struggle with Pentecostalism and Aspirations Toward Respectability, 1895-1985" (2011). Faculty Scholarship - Sociology. 1.
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