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Christ in the camp, or, Religion in the Confederate Army

Jones, J. William

Christ in the camp, or, Religion in the Confederate Army

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Published by Sprinkle Publications in Harrisonburg, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Jones, J. William 1836-1909.,
    • Confederate States of America. Army of Northern Virginia -- History.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Religious aspects.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby J. William Jones ; with an introduction by J.C. Granberry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE635 .J79 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination624 p., [31] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages624
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2451512M
      LC Control Number87151560

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Aug 07,  · Christ In The Camp: Or Religion In The Confederate Army [Rev. William Jones D.D.] on software-comparativo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Published inthis is the history of religion and Christianity in the Confederate Army and the Christian revivals which took place in the Confederate States Army during the Civil War.5/5(4).

Aug 28,  · Christ in the Camp: Or, Religion in Lee's Army [John William Jones] on software-comparativo.com Religion in the Confederate Army book shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages/5(18). Jun 12,  · Christ In the Camp, or, Religion in the Confederate Army, Preface by John William Jones Tuesday, June 12, Christ in the Camp, or, Religion in the Confederate army (Atlanta: The Martin & Hoyt Company, ), Share The Confederate Book of Quotes & Narratives - $ Get this from a library.

Christ in the camp, or, Religion in the Confederate Army. [J William Jones; J C Granberry] -- "This book discusses the history of the Northern Virginia Army."software-comparativo.com The stories of men who stayed true Religion in the Confederate Army book God will challenge your whole-hardheartedness as a Christian.

This book portrays the Christian nature of the Confederate soldier, and how it gave him the courage to fight so long and so hard against impossible odds. This book is full of touching stories of men who found Christ in the camp.5/5(2).

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ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $ In the midst of the titanic struggle of the American War Between the States, a spiritual war for the souls of men was waged with equal vigor.

From tomany thousands of soldiers professed Christ as their Savior and Lord, and many more were renewed in their commitment to /5. Apr 27,  · Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup. Christ in the camp: or, Religion in Lee's army; Item Preview Confederate States of America. Army of Northern Virginia Publisher Richmond, Va., B.

Johnson & co Pages: Very good book telling the story of the religious movement - revival within the confederate army, with the added benefit of coming not from a historians speculation but from one of the leading chaplains within the confederate army.

The accounts of this book are thrilling and convicting, and the work of the preachers of the south is inspiring 5/5(4). Mar 20,  · Christ Christ in the camp the Camp: Religion in the Confederate Army is a good book. I haven't finished but I highly recommend it. Or Religion in the Confederate Army.

Religion in the other Confederate Armies. Christ in the Camp. Octavo pages. Hardcover bound in grey cloth. Minimal wear to the binding. Prior owner's signature and embossed blind stamp on the front software-comparativo.com Rating: % positive.

Oct 08,  · Christ in the camp, or, Religion in the Confederate army Item Preview remove-circle Christ in the camp, or, Religion in the Confederate army by Jones, J. William The online edition of this book in the public domain, i.e., not protected by copyright, has been produced by the Emory University Digital Library Publications Program.

Apr 26,  · Christ in the Camp, or, Religion in the Confederate Army by John William Jones Thursday, April 26, Christ in the Camp, or, Religion in the Confederate Army (Atlanta: The Martin & Hoyt Company, ), The Confederate Book of Quotes & Narratives - $ Published inthis is the history of religion and Christianity in the Confederate Army and the Christian revivals which took place in the Confederate States Army during the Civil War.

CHRIST IN THE CAMP by J. William Jones; PUBLISHER: Sprinkle Publications, Harrisonburg, Virginia; a reprint; software-comparativo.com Rating: % positive. Editor's note: Some letters sent to Rev.

William Jones, a Confederate Baptist chaplain who wrote Christ in the Camp (or, Religion in the Confederate Army), are included in an Appendix in that software-comparativo.com selected lettters from the Baptist chaplains describing their experiences in the war, are posted here.

The Confederate States Army revival was a series of Christian revivals which took place among the Confederate States Army in It is generally regarded as part of the Third Great Awakening. Benjamin R. Lacy suggests that the revival began in the camps and hospitals around Richmond, Virginia. The revival began in the Army of Northern Virginia in early Combatants: Union, Army, Navy, Marine Corps.

1 st ed Christ in the Camp Civil War Confederate Robert E Lee Slavery Racism. Contemporary historian Charles Reagan Wilson aptly calls J. William Jones “the evangelist of the Lost Cause” and refers to him as “the single most important link between Southern religion and the Lost Cause.”Jones’s own generation knew him as “the fighting parson,” a Confederate chaplain who became.

Christ in the camp; or, Religion in Lee's army. Supplemented by a sketch of the work in the other Confederate armies. [By] Rev. Jones With an introduction.

Religious revival in Civil War armies. Although the salary was later increased to $, few Confederate army chaplains were ever fully supported by the Confederate authorities. The Confederate government was more anxious to have “fighting men” than “preaching men.” Order Jones's Christ in the Camp Now.

Order Shattuck's A Shield. Oct 08,  · Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital software-comparativo.com projects include the Wayback Machine, software-comparativo.com and software-comparativo.com J.

William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army ("Agamemnon", "Hom. ", "denarius") ‘There is a state of religion in the Army of Tennessee quite as interesting as that in the Army of Northern Virginia.

‘Never have I seen such a field for preaching the gospel and inculcating religious truth as the Confederate. CHRISTIAN CLASSICS Christ in the Camp: Religion in Lee's Army. On Wednesday March 11th, I had the privilege of speaking to members of the Spotsylvania Presbyterian Church's Adult Ministry as part of their Christian Classics book review program.

This is a first edition, presentation to Wm. Washington, Xmas It has several illustrations, all of which are in fine condition. It is listed in Nevins 1 # A fine read for anyone. It deals with religion in the Confederate Army during the War for Southern Independence.

Buyer pays $ shipping. Please see Contact/Terms. Price. I carried it for a noble fellow in Wright 's Georgia Brigade, who had recently found Christ in the camp, and to whom I had promised a Bible, but found that he had been killed on the skirmish-line that morning, and had gone to study God's truth with clearer vision and in the clearer light of heaven.

Christ in the camp, or, Religion in the Confederate army [Hardcover]: J. William (John William), Granbery, John Cowper, Jones: Books - software-comparativo.comor: Jones, J.

William (John William),Granbery, John Cowper. These pages do not discuss slavery, State-rights, secession, nor compare the skill of generals and prowess of troops on the opposing sides.

“Christ in the Camp, or, Religion in the Army”, never mind what camp or army, is a theme of deep, thrilling world-wide significance. The only triumph the author records are the triumphs of the cross. “The southern states were demanding a break from the Union for the second time in the history of the country.

They wanted fences and walls put up to keep the virus in the north. Some were calling it karma for the American Civil War and for the removal of certain historic statues depicting Confederate heroes of.

Religion In The Confederate Army. Camp Roper, Va., Feby. 20, My dear Friend: I hear that a great religious spirit and revival is spreading throughout Lees army, and some of the other armies of the South, and there are some evidences of it here, and in other camps about Richmond.

The Revival in the Confederate Army Every click was a prayer; every stitch a tear. [b]The Revival in the Confederate Army[/b] [i]by Benjamin R. Lacy[/i] The revival that took place in the armies of the Confederate States of America was among the most unusual recorded in history.

War is generally a time of spiritual defection. Description. This is the most important book to chronicle the work of God in the Confederate Armies during the War Between The States. Jones, a Confederate chaplain, recounts the faithful testimonies and activities of Christian officers and men, colporteurs, missionaries, and other chaplains.

Feb 13,  · I have a book entitled Christ in Camp. It is the story of religion in the Confederate Army. Anyone have a copy handy to check. Probably not, it is a fairly rare book. But on the off chance. Jeff, "just rambling around the empty corners of my brain.". Former Chaplain In Army Of Christ In The Camp Or Religion In Lee's Army 1st Ed 1st Ed Christ In The Camp Civil War Confederate Robert E Lee Slavery Racism.

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The Camp. This book is a legacy to the history of those "triumphs of Grace," otherwise unrecorded in this world. Author. John William Jones was born in Louisa County, Virginia in He was ordained to the gospel ministry in and enlisted as a private in the Confederate army after Virginia seceded in The city and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints went to great lengths to ensure that the Civil War veterans who attended had a wonderful and memorable experience.

A bibliography and five appendices follow. Appendix A by Ephriam Dickson shares the Camp Douglas photographs and the story of Private Charles D. Beckwith. Apr 02,  · After the war Gen. Robert E. Lee asked Dr. Jones if he would write a book on what God did in the Confederate army. This he did in and the book is entitled "Christ in the Camp." In this book Dr.

Jones writes: "Any history of this army which omits an account of the wonderful influence of religion upon it-which fails to tell how the courage. Early life and education. Lewis "Lew" Wallace was born on April 10,in Brookville, software-comparativo.com was the second of four sons born to Esther French Wallace (née Test) and David Wallace.

Lew's father, a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York, left the military in and moved to Brookville, where he established a law practice and entered Indiana software-comparativo.com of death: Atrophic gastritis. Feb 05,  · I should add that one of the things that I was able to teach to my pastor is the fact that while this great revival was going on in the Confederate Army, there was a similar revival in the Union Army.

It is estimated that aroundsoldiers of the Union Army converted or reaffirmed in the name of the Lord during this time. Christ in the Camp, or Religion in Lee's Army by Rev. Jones, D.D. Published by B. Johnson & Co., Richmond, VA in Some wear and fading on the cover, mainly on the spline.

Overall in very good condition for its age. Revival in the Ranks Confederate soldiers came to Christ by the thousands. By Melanie B. Smith DAILY Religion Writer [email protected] · Rebel and Yankee troops began taking up arms against each other years ago this month.

Aug 29,  · andersonh1: "Christ in the Camp" is a book I intend to read at some point, because I’m fascinated by the revival in the Confederate armies, and the effect that produced on the entire South in the years that followed.

I am blessed to live in the "bible belt", and the connection between it and the revival in the armies is fascinating%(3).The Confederate States Army revival was a series of Christian revivals which took place among the Confederate States Army in It is generally regarded as part of the Third Great Awakening.

Benjamin R. Lacy suggests that the revival began in the camps and hospitals around Richmond, Virginia. The revival began in the Army of Northern Virginia in early In Christ in the Camp: or, Religion in Lee's Army (), Dr. John William Jones refers to the chaplains carrying bibles and tracts during the American Civil War as colporteurs.

In addition to public preaching, distributing literature was a large part of the work of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.