I have observed, locally and nationally, that the term "Pointe" is frequently appearing as part of the names of evangelical churches. Does anyone have an explanation?
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Boston Seminar on Modern American Society and Culture
Massachusetts Historical Society
Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 5:15 PM
Anne M. Blankenship, North Dakota State University
Interreligious Responses to the Settlement House Movement, 1880-1924
Comment: Kristen Petersen, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
At a moment when Americans are deeply divided about the role of care, and the obligations we owe to those who need it, the new Common-place (17.2) brings together a group of scholars whose work asks us to think about how age and illness have shaped the possibilities for individual and communal identity in early America.
Call For Papers – Religion and Politics in Early America (Beginnings to 1820)
Call for Papers