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The Civil War broke upon the American scene in the midst of a Christian revival movement that is known as the Third Great Revival (spanning the late 1850s through the early Twentieth Century) - and similar to our own era, the impact was felt to a far stronger degree in the Southern rather than the Northern states. This renewed interest in Protestant Christianity is the subject of the attached article that lucidly explains how deeply the revival was felt. The author also touches upon the Christian fervor that swept through the ranks of the rebel army, a phenomenon that historians refer to as the "Confederate States Army revival".

From Amazon:

Both Prayed to the Same God: Religion and Faith in the American Civil War
- also from Amazon:
The Routledge Sourcebook of Religion and the American Civil War: A History in Documents
and -
Confederate States Army Revival

This site also offers a quick read about the Soviet-enforced atheism behind the Iron Curtain...


Christianity in the Confederate States (Confederate Veteran, 1922)

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