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An analysis of Dwight Moody's Urban Social Vision

@inproceedings{Quiggle2010AnAO,
  title={An analysis of Dwight Moody's Urban Social Vision},
  author={Gregg William Quiggle},
  year={2010}
}
Dwight Moody was the dominant English-speaking evangelist of the late nineteenth century. Much of Moody's work focused on urban centers. This thesis is an analysis of the origins of Dwight Moody's urban social vision. Specifically it studies the role Moody's theology played in the formation of his approach to the various urban ills that emerged during the mid to late nineteenth century in the United States and the United Kingdom. The thesis seeks to show that theology drove Moody's approach to… 

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