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Did NYC come from Potbelly Hill? Updated 2016

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Is religion the cradle of civilization?

Part III After August the Moynihan Report: The Post-Civil Rights Generation

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Who are the true heirs of the Moynihan Report 50 years later?

Protest movement grows, Bronx Pastor willing to die to oppose city policy against churches meeting in public schools

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  Pastor Dimas Salaberrios is on his 19th day of a hunger strike against a city policy that will kick out over 60 churches and other religious groups from worshipping in public schools during the off-hours. His effort is one of many protests, prayer gatherings, and pastoral sit-ins organized during the last three weeks by […]

Part 12: The Making of the Postsecular City. The global impact

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A fundamental change in the role of faith in New York City affects the mindspace of the world.

Part 6: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals’ comeback in 1978

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In 1978 the number of evangelical church plants jumped to three times greater than the average number planted per year for the previous decades.

Part 5: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals and the City’s comeback

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However, at its lowest point the city opted to rehabilitate itself. Often, outsiders played pivotal roles. On November 20, 1976 Rupert Murdoch bought and reinvented a failing New York Post while promoting the retirement of the pathetic Mayor Abe Beame in favor of Ed Koch. During the new mayor’s tenure, author Jonathan Mahler recalls, “The […]

Part 4: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals and the religious context of 1975

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There was not much happiness among the major religions of the city either. In City Center Manhattan the evangelical and liberal Protestants, Catholics and Jews were all in a depleted state. If Tammy had read The New York Times in August before she moved to the city, she would have discovered the dismal news from […]

Part 3: The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals and NYC around 1975

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In 1976 Billy Joel sang in his “Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway,” “They burned the churches up in Harlem, but no one really cared.”

Part 2: The Making of the Postsecular City. 20th Century decline of evangelicals in NYC

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The decline of the evangelicals was peculiar to a fifty year period in the mid-20th Century within the city’s almost four hundred year history. Evangelicalism predominated in the 19th and early 20th Century.

The Making of the Postsecular City. The Manhattan Evangelicals, Part 1

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On November 11th Tammy Wong attended a brand new evangelical church, Hillsong NYC, in Manhattan, one of over 200 evangelical churches in the lower and middle of the island. The co-pastors Carl and Laura Lentz were trained at Hillsong, a charismatic church in Australia famous for its music and worldwide outreach. Co-pastor Joel Houston is […]

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