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Index

A

African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2

Afterlife, views of, 21 , 32 -42, 141 n8

American destiny, views of, 25 , 97 , 132 n5

Azusa Street revival, 117

Ashcraft, Harry, 106

Asians in California. See Ethnic groups

Attitudes toward religion, 2 -3, 12 , 14 , 21 -22, 52 , 127 , 134 n22, 148 n29

B

Baptist Church ix , 4 , 7 , 9 , 76

Bartlett, Dana, 101

Benton, Joseph A., 1 , 55

Besant, Annie, 63 , 69

Bible, uses of, 23 , 50 -52, 66

Blavatsky, Helena P., 63

Bourdeau, D. T., 48

Bresee, Phineas F., 103 , 107 -14, 116 -19

Briggs, M. C., 51 , 141 n1

Broderick, David, 48

Brown, Charles Reynolds, 80 -81, 84 -87

Buddhism:

criticism of, 79 ;

influence of, 92 ;

preparation for, 129

Burdette, Clara, 76

Burdette, Robert, 76 , 80 , 101 , 150 n9

C

Campbell, James M., 81 , 87 -90

Channing, William Ellery, 21

Chapman, J. Wilbur, 91

Childs, Orzo, 60

Church of Christ, Scientist (Christian Science), xi , 62 , 66 -70, 92 ;

criticism of, 79 -88.

See also Metaphysical religions

Church of Divine Science, 65 , 72

Church of Religious Science, 65 , 156 n8

Church of the Nazarene, xiii , 103 -8, 116 -18

Churches, membership in:

Protestant, x -xi, 5 , 147 n25, 153 -54n35;

metaphysical, xiii , 72 , 120 , 152 n22;

holiness and pentecostal, 116 -17, 163 n27, 163 n30

Churches, role of, 3 -6, 43 -45, 76 -77, 127 -28;

in settlement of California, 60 , 63 , 68 , 149 n3.

See also names of denomination

Civil War, 11 , 18 , 20 , 26

College of California, 6 , 38 , 60

Congregational Churches, ix , 3 , 4 , 6 , 9 , 83 , 87

Cramer, Malinda, 77 , 151 -52n18

Cullis, Charles, 155 -56n6

D

Davis, Andrew Jackson, 40

Davis, Emma S., 68

Disciples of Christ, ix , 7 , 45

Dowie, John, 80 , 156 n6

Downey, John, 60

Dryden, D. A., 32 -33, 41 -43

Durant, Henry, 38

E

Earle, A. B., 37 , 103 -4, 135 n23

Eddy, Mary Baker, 66 -70.

See also Church of Christ, Scientist

Edwards, Jonathan, 28 , 37 , 139 n6

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 21 , 71 , 90 , 92 , 120 , 122 , 138 n51

Emery, J. S., 38

Emmanuel Movement, 157 n17

Emotionality in religion, 6 , 9 -11, 37 -40, 115 , 142 n12


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Eternal punishment, doctrine of, 33 -37.

See also Afterlife, views of

Ethnic groups, xiii , 2 , 7 , 14 , 62 , 126 -27

Evangelicalism, ix -x, 126 ;

institutions of, ix ;

and roots of holiness movement, 103 , 116

Evans, Warren Felt, 64

F

Ferguson, T. P. and Manie, 106 -7

Fields, Stephen (Justice), 48

Finney, Charles Grandison, 103

Fitzgerald, O. P., 15 -16

G

Gold Rush, 9 , 12

Gordon, Adironam Judson, 156 n6

H

Hamilton, Laurentine, 30 , 32 -42, 52 , 71

Harris, Thomas Lake, 140 n1

Health issues:

important in California, 59 -60;

and faith healing, 80 , 155 -56n6;

in the metaphysical religions, 79 -80, 84 -88, 124 ;

in Widney's thought, 99

Hellman, Isaias, 60

Heresies, 32 -34.

See also Dryden, D. A.; Hamilton, Laurentine

Hinduism:

criticism of, 79 ;

preparation for, 129

Holiness movement, xiii , 62 , 116 -18, 150 n9;

and Bresee, 109 -14, 116 -18;

and faith healing, 80 , 96 ;

history of, 103 -5;

language of, 112

Holiness Church, 106

Holmes, Ernest and Fenwicke, 156 n8

Hough, C. A., 48

I

Inskip, John S., 104

J

Jesus, views of, 24 , 41 , 50 , 66 , 70 , 82 , 90 , 93 -95, 98

Jordan, David Starr, 30 , 125

Judge, William Q., 63 , 69

K

Keswickians:

conferences, 105 ;

attitudes, 109 , 112

King, Thomas Starr, xii , 18 -30, 43 , 52 , 71 , 98 -99, 120 , 124

Krishnamurti, 63

L

Liberalism, xii , 10 , 21 , 30 -33, 52 , 62 , 71 , 80 , 90

Locke, Charles Edward, 80 -83

Loomis, A. W., 14

Los Angeles, religious development of, 60 -62, 69 -76, 91

Loughborough, J. N., 48 , 50

M

Mahan, Asa, 103

McKee, S. B., 38

Maclay, Charles, 149

McClure, D., 38

McIntyre, Robert, 91

McPherson, Aimee Semple, 117 -18, 129

Materialism in California, 7 -8, 29 , 126 , 135 n28

Mental healing. See Health issues

Metaphysical religions, xii -xiii, 63 -68, 70 -71;

appeal of, 77 ;

compared with Muir, 124 ;

criticism of, 79 -83, 88 -89

Methodist Church, ix , 2 -4, 6 , 9 , 15 , 41 -42;

and holiness movement, 103 -7, 109 , 150 n9;

heretics in, 32 , 37 ;

Widney's connection to, 96

Methodist Church, South, 7 , 15 , 54

Mexican heritage in California, 8 , 13 , 47 -48, 75 -76

Mills, Benjamin Fay, 81 , 90 -95

Moody, D. L., 53 , 135 n23, 137 n34

Mormons, 10 , 60

Muir, John, xiii , 121 -25

Mysticism:

as part of alternative tradition, xi -xiv, 70 , 80 , 90 , 128 ;

in metaphysical religions, 64 , 87 ;

in the thought of Bresee, 109 , 113 , 118 ;

in King, xii , 22 -24;

in Mills, 94 -95;

in Muir, 124 -25;

in Widney, 98 -100;

in Wiley, 115 -16;

criticized by Hamilton, 142 n17

N

National Camp Meeting Association for the Promotion of Holiness, 105


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Nature:

attitudes toward, 15 -16, 22 -24, 30 , 94 , 138 n51, 144 n28;

and John Muir, 120 -25

New England:

influence on California, 1 -3, 69 ;

Starr King in, 20 , 22

New Thought, xii , 62 , 64 -66, 69 , 72 ;

criticism of, 79 , 84 , 88 -90;

compared with Bresee's thought, 113 -14;

influence on Mills, 91 -92.

See also Metaphysical religions

Nordhoff, Charles, 59 , 74 , 149 n1

O

Oakland:

religious developments in, 35 , 38 -39;

Adventists in, 49 ;

Mills in, 91

Olcott, Henry S., 63

Old California, 75 -76

Otis, Harrison Gray, 59 , 79

P

Pacific Coast Holiness Association, 106

Pacific Republic, 26 , 139 n1

Pacific School of Religion, 114

Palmer, Phoebe, 103

Panama-Pacific Exposition, 69 , 191

Parker, Theodore, 21 , 25 , 138 n51

Pasadena University, 114

Patriotism, 25 -27, 30

Peniel Missions, 107

Pentecostalism, 117 -18

Plank, Hiram, 57 -58

Point Loma Theosophical Community, 63 -64, 79

Political campaign of 1882, 53 -55

Presbyterian Church, ix , 3 , 4 , 7 , 9 , 11 , 60 ;

heretics in, 32 , 38 ;

liberal trends in, xii ;

Mills's connection to, 90 -91;

Old School, 2 , 21

Promotion:

of California compared with Oregon, 136 n30;

of southern California, 59 , 72 -73

Psychology:

and metaphysical religions, 82 -83;

and Wiley's theology, 115 -16.

See also Suggestion

Q

Quimby, Phineas, 64 , 66 , 71

R

Rationalism, xii ;

in Hamilton's theology, 32 -42;

metaphysical religions and, 127 ;

opposed by mysticism, 115

Reform associations. See Social concerns

Revivals:

as evangelical instrument, ix -x, 6 -7, 103 , 137 n37;

denunciation of, 32 , 37 -38, 41 , 142 n12;

in holiness movement, 106 , 108 ;

in pentecostalism, 119 ;

lack of, 10 ;

of 1858, 135 n23, 137 n34

Roman Catholicism:

opposed to evangelicalism, ix -x;

Seventh-day Adventist views of, 50

Roosevelt, Theodore, 124

Royce, Josiah, 6 , 12 , 164 n9

S

Sabbath:

debates on, 35 , 47 -58, 145 n1;

law campaign, 5 , 52 -56;

observance maintained, ix

San Diego, 63 -65

San Francisco Vigilance Committee, 6 , 11 , 134 n21, 135 n23

San Jose, 35 , 49 , 122

Science and religion, 32 , 40

Scudder, Henry M., 15

Serra, Junipero, 18

Seventh-day Adventist Church, 32 -33, 44 -55;

campaign locations, 49 , 54 -55

Seymour, William, 117

Sierra Club, 124 -25

Simonds, S.D., 2 , 15 , 32

Simpson, Albert B., 155 -56n6

Socio-economic conditions in California, 20 -21, 127 , 137 n37;

in Oakland, 38 -40;

in southern California, 61 -62, 73 -74

Social concerns:

in thought of Bresee, 109 , 161 n8;

in King, 24 , 27 ;

in Mills, 91 -92, 94 ;

of Protestant churches, 64 , 90 , 100 ;

of Theosophists, 64 , 70 ;

and reform associations, 5 ;

and Social Gospel, 80 , 100 , 101

Southern California and Arizona Holiness Association, 106

Speer, William, 14

Spiritualism, xiii , 30 , 32 -34, 37 , 40 , 49 , 52 , 63 , 140 -41n1, 143 n23

Spirituality, 22 , 27 -29, 87 , 128

Spurgeon, Charles, 37


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State Societies, 74 -75

Stokes, Darius, 2

Suggestion, 64 -65, 85 -87, 90

Swedenborg, Emanuel, 40

Swing, David, 98 -99

T

Tansey, John R., 60

Taylor, William, 7

Temperance cause, 5 , 46

Terry, David (Justice), 48 , 53

Theology:

Metaphysical, xiii , 63 -68, 70 , 82 , 88 -90;

Protestant, xi , 9 -10, 22 , 33 -34, 70 , 88 -89, 101 , 118 ;

of Bresee, 109 -13;

of Campbell, 87 -90;

of Mills, 93 -94;

of Muir, 122 -24;

of Widney, 97 -99;

of Wiley, 115 -16.

See also Afterlife, views of

Theosophy, xii , xiv , 62 -64, 69 ;

criticism of, 79 ;

influence of, 91 ;

compared with Widney's thought, 99 -100

Thorndyke, Mrs. E. P., 30

Tingley, Kathryn, 63 -64, 69

Transcendentalism, xii -xiii, 21 , 30 , 71 , 100 , 118 , 120 , 125

U

Unitarianism, xii , xiii , 9 , 18 , 20 -21, 30 , 33 , 37 , 71 , 90 -91, 141 n8

United States Sanitary Commission, 20

Unity:

among Protestant churches, 12 ;

as spiritual teaching, 22 , 26 , 65 -66, 71 , 93 , 124 -25

Unity School of Christianity, 65 , 69 , 72 , 151 n18

Universalism, xii , 11 , 19 -20, 33 , 141 n8

University of the Pacific, 6

University of Southern California, 60 , 96

V

Vincent, John, 107

W

Wallace, Harden, 105 -6

Warrington, Albert Powell, 63

Washburn, James and Josephine, 106

Washburn, B.A., 106

Waugh, Lorenzo, 2 , 5 , 132 n6

West, Nathaniel, 74

Wheeler, O. C., 7

White, Ellen G. and James, 49 -50

Widney, Joseph Pomeroy, 30 , 81 , 95 -100;

and Bresee, 107 -8, 114

Widney, Robert Maclay, 60 , 95

Wiley, H. Orton, 114 -16

Williams, Albert, 7 , 12

Woods, James, 2 , 13

World's Parliament of Religions, 69

Y

Young, William Stewart, 101


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