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Inventing the Holy Land : American Protestant Pilgrimage to Palestine, 1865-1941

Inventing the Holy Land : American Protestant Pilgrimage to Palestine, 1865-1941 by Stephanie Stidham Rogers

Inventing the Holy Land : American Protestant Pilgrimage to Palestine, 1865-1941
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Author: Stephanie Stidham Rogers
Number of Pages: 174 pages
Published Date: 16 Feb 2011
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication Country: Lanham, MD, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9780739148426
File Name: Inventing.the.Holy.Land.American.Protestant.Pilgrimage.to.Palestine,.1865-1941.pdf
Download Link: Inventing the Holy Land American Protestant Pilgrimage to Palestine, 1865-1941
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This book presents a historical study of the phenomenon of Holy Land tourism among American Protestants during the second half of the nineteenth century and the early twentieth century. During this period, overseas travel was newly available to the Protestant middle class due to the invention and steady popularization of steamship travel. Protestants "at home" in America consumed vast quantities of printed literature via the popular medium of Holy Land pilgrimage narratives. A new mental geography resulted, in which Americans forged a fresh awareness of the Middle East and began to focus millennial hopes upon the political and social concept of a Jewish remnant of the last days in a Protestant theological and historical framework. Protestant support for Zionism was born. What surfaces from the study of hundreds of pilgrimage narratives from this period is the emergence of Palestine as an iconic place for American Protestants. Through pilgrimage narratives, American Protestant's understanding of Palestinians, biblical authority, the power of the Protestant press, the historicity of the Christian faith, an millennial expectations were formed as the meaning of the Holy Land was constructed. Findings from the pilgrimage narratives also indicate the importance of Palestine among Protestants as a "fifth gospel written in stone." The pilgrim's eastward gaze drew a distant biblical past into sharper focus and fueled the fires of premillenialism, a movement that would leave an enduring stamp upon American religion and politics.

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