Cover Contents PROLOGUE. On Familiarity and Contempt INTRODUCTION. Religious Liberty as an American Problem CHAPTER 1. "Impostor": The Mormon Prophet Authenticity and Disestablishment Interlopers in the Protestant Historical Pantheon Counterfeiters of Faith and Currency CHAPTER 2. "Delusion": Early Mormon Religiosity Mormon Spirituality and the Threat of Enthusiasm Religion, Madness, and the Search for Rational Faith Enlightened Christianity and the Problem of Mormon Evidence CHAPTER 3. "Fanaticism": The Church as (Un)Holy City The Political Burden of the Mormon Gathering The Discovery of a Mormon Theology The Politics of Expulsion CHAPTER 4. "Barbarism": Rhetorics of Alienation Empire(s) in the West The Problem of Mormon Whiteness Mormon Women, the Ungrateful Objects of American Pity CHAPTER 5. "Heresy": Americanizing the American Religion Mormonism in the Crowd of World Religions Textbook Mormons and the Weight of Mormon History Conclusion: Mormonism (Almost) Defanged Notes Bibliography Acknowledgments Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.
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Print version: Fluhman, J. Spencer A Peculiar People