Burning Bush and A Few Acres of Snow: The Presbyterian Contribution to Canadian Life and Culture
The twelve essays collected here explore the formative influence Presbyterianism has had on Canadian religious heritage and culture, including education, church/state relations, literature and music.
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I Presbyterians and Canadian Education
II Canadian Presbyterians and the State
III Presbyterians and Canadian Literature and Music
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