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113 titles with subject: United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Religious aspects.

  • The Act of Faith. No Author


  • Address of the Baptist General Association [of] Virginia: June 4th, 1863. Baptist General Association of Virginia


  • Address of the Rt. Rev. Stephen Elliott, D. D., to the Thirty-Ninth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of Georgia. Episcopal Church. Diocese of Georgia. Bishop (1841-1866: Elliott)


  • Advice to Soldiers. William Royal


  • Angel Lilly. An Incident in the Life of the Child Angel. Mary A. Denison (Mary Andrews), 1826-1911


  • An Appeal to Backslidden Christians. Rev. Theo. Whitfield (Theodore), 1834-1894


  • An Appeal to the Young. James M'Gready, ca. 1758-1817


  • Are You Forgiven? No Author


  • Are You Ready. [For the Soldiers]. No Author


  • Balm for the Weary and the Wounded. C. T. Quintard (Charles Todd), 1824-1898


  • The Bible or Atheism. John Randolph Tucker, 1823-1897


  • The Blessed Dead Waiting for Us. A Sermon Preached in St. James' Church, Marietta, Georgia, on the Festival of All Saints, November 1st, 1868. Samuel Benedict


  • A Calendar of the Days and Daily Lessons of the Year 1862, and a Catalogue of the Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Confederate States oe [sic] America. Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America


  • "Christ in You". Charles F. Deems (Charles Force), 1820-1893


  • Christ's Gracious Invitation. Archibald Alexander, 1772-1851


  • Christian Duty in the Present Time of Trouble: a Sermon Preached at St. James' Church, Wilmington, N.C., on the Fifth Sunday After Easter, 1861. Thomas Atkinson, 1807-1881


  • A Collection of Sabbath School Hymns. Compiled by a Sabbath School Teacher, for the Benefit of the Children in the Confederate States. No Author


  • Come to Jesus. Newman Hall, 1816-1902


  • The Confederate Soldier's Pocket Manual of Devotions. C. T. Quintard (Charles Todd), 1824-1898, compiled by


  • Confession a Fundamental Doctrine of the Gospel Economy. Wm. C. Buck (William Calmes), 1790-1872


  • Constitution of the Comrades of the Southern Cross. Adopted August 28th, 1863. Comrades of the Southern Cross


  • Diary of William King, Cobb County, Georgia, 1864: (Typescript). William King, fl. 1864-1879


  • A Discourse before the General Assembly of South Carolina, on December 10, 1863, Appointed by the Legislature as a Day of Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer. B. M. Palmer (Benjamin Morgan), 1818-1902


  • Do You Love God? No Author


  • Do You Want a Friend? No Author


  • The Evils of Gaming. A Letter to a Friend in the Army. Rev. Jeremiah Bell Jeter, 1802-1880


  • Experience of a Confederate Chaplain, 1861-1864. A. D. Betts (Alexander Davis), 1832-1918


  • Extract from a Sermon Preached by Bishop Elliott, on the 18th September, Containing a Tribute to the Privates of the Confederate Army. Stephen Elliott, 1806-1866


  • Extract from the Annual Address of the Rt. Rev. Thomas Atkinson , D.D., to the Convention of the Diocese of North Carolina, Holden at Morganton, July 10th, 1861. Thomas Atkinson, 1807-1881


  • Extracts from the Journal of the Twenty-Third Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of Louisiana, Containing an Extract from the Address of the Rt. Rev. Leonidas Polk, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese. Also, the Report of the Committee on the State of the Church, with the Resolutions Thereupon Adopted. Episcopal Church. Diocese of Louisiana


  • Ezra's Dilemna [sic]. A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Friday, August 21st, 1863, being the Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer, Appointed by the President of the Confederate States. Stephen Elliott, 1806-1866


  • A Fast-Day Sermon; Preached in the Church of Sugar Creek, Mecklenburg County, N. C., February 28th, 1862. R. H. Lafferty


  • A Few Words about Lent, with Penitential Psalms, Sentences from Scripture, and Other Devotions Suitable for that Holy Season. Selected by a Layman. C. T. Quintard (Charles Todd), 1824-1898


  • A Few Words to the Soldiers of the Confederate States. No Author


  • Funeral Services at the Burial of the Right Rev. Leonidas Polk, D. D. Together with the Semon Delivered in St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Ga., on June 29, 1864: Being the Feast of St. Peter the Apostle. Stephen Elliott, 1806-1866


  • God in History. A Discourse Delivered before the Graduating Class of the College of Charleston on Sunday Evening, March 29, 1863. James Warley Miles, 1818-1875


  • God in the War. A Sermon Delivered before the Legislature of Georgia, in the Capitol at Milledgeville, on Friday, November 15, 1861, Being a Day Set apart for Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer, by his Excellency the President of the Confederate States. Henry H. Tucker (Henry Holcombe), 1819-1898


  • God our Refuge and Strength in this War. A Discourse Before the Congregations of the First and Second Presbyterian Churches, on the Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer, Appointed by President Davis, Friday, Nov. 15, 1861. T. V. Moore (Thomas Verner), 1818-1871


  • God, the Giver of Victory and Peace. A Thanksgiving Sermon, Delivered in the Presbyterian Church, September 18, 1862, Raleigh, N.C. Joseph M. Atkinson (Joseph Mayo), 1820-1891


  • God's Providence a Source of Comfort and Courage to Christians. A. M. Poindexter


  • God's Way of Peace: A Book for the Anxious. Horatius Bonar, 1808-1889


  • The Great Day of Wrath and of Glory. John S. Long


  • The Great Question Answered. Andrew Fuller, 1754-1815


  • Halting on This Side of Jordan, or, Shall Your Brethren Go to War, and Shall Ye Sit Here? Rev. Basil Manly, 1825-1892


  • "He That Believeth Shall Not Make Haste." A Sermon Preached on the First of January, 1865, in St. Paul's Church, Richmond. Charles Frederick Ernest Minnigerode, 1814-1894


  • How Shall I Live? James B. Ramsey (James Beverlin), 1814-1871


  • I Have Brought My Little Brother Back. W. M. Wingate (Washington Manly), 1829-1879


  • In the Hospital. George B. Taylor (George Boardman), 1832-1907


  • It is a Fearful Thing to Live. A. Broaddus (Andrew), 1818-1900


  • Journal of Proceedings of an Adjourned Convention of Bishops, Clergymen and Laymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church. In the Confederate States of America, Held in Christ Church, Columbia, South Carolina, from Oct. 16th to Oct. 24th, Inclusive, in the Year of Our Lord 1861. Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America


  • Journal of the Proceedings of the Seventy-Fifth Annual Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina, Held in the Church of the Advent, Spartanburg, on the 11th and 12th of May, 1864. With Lists of the Clergy and Parishes, the Parochial Reports, the Constitution, Canons, and Rules of Order, and the Standing Resolutions; Also, the Form for the Incorporation of Churches, Etc. Episcopal Church. Diocese of South Carolina


  • Journal of the Proceedings of the Seventy-Second Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina, Held in Trinity Church, Abbeville, on the 19th and 20th of June, 1861. With Lists of the Clergy and Parishes, the Parochial Reports, the Constitution, Canons and Rules of Order, and the Standing Resolutions. Episcopal Church. Diocese of South Carolina


  • Journal of the Proceedings of the Seventy-Third Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina, Held in Grace Church, Charleston, on the 12th 13th 14th February, 1862. With Lists of the Clergy and Parishes, the Parochial Reports, the Constitution Canons and Rules of Order, and the Standing Resolutions. Episcopal Church. Diocese of South Carolina


  • Journal of the Sixty-Eighth Annual Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia. Held in St. Paul's Church, Richmond, on the 20th, 21st and 22nd May, 1863. Episcopal Church. Diocese of Virginia


  • Journal of the Thirty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of Mississippi. Held in Christ Church, Holly Springs, April 25, 26 and 27, 1861. Episcopal Church. Diocese of Mississippi. Convention


  • The Life Preserver. No Author


  • Liquor and Lincoln. Physician


  • Minutes of the 43d and 44th Anniversaries of the State Convention of the Baptist Denomination in S. C., Held at Darlington, July 24th to 27th, 1863, and at Greenville, July 29th to August 1st, 1864. South Carolina Baptist Convention


  • Minutes of the Fifty-Sixth Annual Session of the Chowan Baptist Association. Held with the Church at Middle Swamp, Gates Co., N. C., May 13, 14, 1862. North Carolina Chowan Baptist Association


  • Minutes of the Forty-first Anniversary of the State Convention of the Baptist Denomination in S. C., Held at Spartanburg, July 26th-28th, 1861. Together with an Abstract of the Proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Furman University, Held at the Same Time and Place. South Carolina Baptist Convention


  • Minutes of the Forty-Second Anniversary of the State Convention of the Baptist Denomination in S. C., Held at Greenville, July 25-28th, 1862. Together with an Abstract of the Proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Furman University, Held at the Same Time and Place. South Carolina Baptist Convention


  • Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America. Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America. General Assembly


  • Minutes of the One Hundred and Eighty-Third Session of Orange Presbytery, Held at Oackland Church, Johnston County, N. C., October, 1861. Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Presbytery of Orange


  • Minutes of the Presbytery of Fayetteville at Their Ninety-Seventh Sessions, Held at Mt. Horeb Church, Bladen County, N. C., October 10th, & 11th, 1861. Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Presbytery of Fayetteville


  • Minutes of the Proceedings of the Ten Islands Baptist Association. Held with the Church at Post Oak Spring, Calhoun County, Alabama, on the 26th, 27th and 28th Days of September, 1863. Ten Islands Baptist Association


  • Motives to Early Piety. Harlan Page, 1791-1834


  • Mutual Relation of Masters and Slaves as Taught in the Bible: A Discourse Preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Augusta, Georgia, on Sabbath Morning, Jan. 6, 1861. Joseph R. Wilson (Joseph Ruggles), 1835-1903


  • National Rectitude, the Only True Basis of National Prosperity: An Appeal to the Confederate States. Joseph C. Stiles (Joseph Clay), 1795-1875


  • New Wine not to Be Put into Old Bottles. A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Friday, February 28th, 1862, being the Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer, Appointed by the President of the Confederate States. Stephen Elliott, 1806-1866


  • The Order for Daily Morning and Evening Prayer, According to the Use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America, Together with the Ante-Communion Office and a Selection of Occasional Prayers from Various Offices of the Book of Common Prayer. Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America


  • Our Danger and Our Duty. James Henley Thornwell, 1812-1862


  • Pastoral Letter from Alamance Church: To the Members of the Congregation now in the Army of the Confederate States of America. Calvin Henderson Wiley, 1819-1887


  • Pastoral Letter from the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church to the Clergy and Laity of the Church in the Confederate States of America, Delivered before the General Council, in St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Saturday, Nov. 22d, 1862. Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America


  • Peace in Believing. Rev. Charles Manly, 1795-1871


  • Prayer Book for the Camp. Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America. Diocese of Virginia. Diocesan Missionary Society


  • Prayers and Other Devotions for the Use of the Soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States. No Author


  • Prayers Suitable for the Times in which We Live. No Author


  • Prepare to Meet thy God. [Selected for the Soldiers.]. No Author


  • Proceedings of a Meeting of Bishops, Clergymen, and Laymen, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States, At Montgomery, Alabama, On the 3d, 4th, 5th & 6th of July, 1861. Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America


  • Proceedings of the Bible Convention of the Confederate States of America, Including the Minutes of the Organization of the Bible Society, Augusta, Ga., March 19th-21st, 1862; and Also a Sermon Preached Before the Convention by the Rev. George F. Pierce, D. D., Bishop of the M. E. Church, South. Bible Convention of the Confederate States of America (1862: Augusta, Ga.)


  • Proceedings of the State Bible Convention of South Carolina, Held at Columbia, Sept. 17 and 18, 1862; with a Sermon Preached before the Convention, by the Rev. George Howe, D.D. State Bible Convention of South Carolina (1862: Columbia, S.C.)


  • Prodigal Sons. Rev. Daniel Allen Penick, 1797-1870


  • Receiving Christ. No Author


  • A Refuge from the Storm. No Author


  • "Samson's Riddle." A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Friday, March 27th, 1863, Being the Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer, Appointed by the President of the Confederate States. Stephen Elliott, 1806-1866


  • The Season of Divine Mercy. T. C. Teasdale (Thomas Cox), 1808-1891


  • Sermon Delivered Before the Annual Council of the Diocese of North Carolina, Upon the Festival of the Ascension, May 14, 1863. Alfred Augustin Watson, 1818-1905


  • A Sermon Delivered by Rev. Daniel I. Dreher, Pastor of St. James' Church, Concord, N.C., June 13, 1861. Day of Humiliation and Prayer, as per Appointment of the President of the Confederate States of America. Daniel I. Dreher


  • A Sermon Delivered on the Day of Prayer, Recommended by the President of the C. S. of A., the 27th of March, 1863, at the German Hebrew Synagogue, "Bayth Ahabah". M. J. Michelbacher (Maximilian J.), 1811?-1879


  • A Sermon: Preached before Brig.-Gen. Hoke's Brigade, at Kinston, N. C., on the 28th of February, 1864, by Rev. John Paris, Chaplain Fifty-Fourth Regiment N. C. Troops, upon the Death of Twenty-Two Men, Who Had Been Executed in the Presence of the Brigade for the Crime of Desertion. Rev. John Paris, 1809-1883


  • Sermons, 1861-1865. Bishop Henry Champlin Lay, 1823-1885


  • Shiloh. A Sermon. J. Lansing Burrows (John Lansing), 1814-1893


  • Signs of a Living or Growing Christian. No Author


  • A Sketch of the Life of Capt. Hedley Vicars, the Christian Soldier. Catherine Marsh, 1818-1912


  • The Soldier. An Affecting Narrative of Facts. No Author


  • The Soldier's Bible. William W. Crumly


  • The Soldier's Grave: A Chaplain's Story. No Author


  • The Soldiers' Almanac for 1863. George B. Taylor (George Boardman), 1832-1907


  • To the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of South Carolina. Thomas F. Davis (Thomas Frederick), 1804-1871


  • A Tract for the Soldier. Rev. J. A. Proctor


  • True Courage: a Discourse Commemorative of Lieut. General Thomas J. Jackson. Robert Lewis Dabney, 1820-1898


  • True Eminence Founded on Holiness. A Discourse Occasioned by the Death of Lieut. Gen. T. J. Jackson, Preached in the First Presbyterian Church of Lynchburg, May 24th, 1863. James B. Ramsey (James Beverlin), 1814-1871


  • Vain is the Help of Man. A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Thursday, September 15, 1864, Being the Day of Fasting, Humiliation, and Prayer, Appointed by the Governor of the State of Georgia. Stephen Elliott, 1806-1866


  • The Value of the Soul. E. S. Taylor


  • A Voice from Heaven. No Author


  • Where Are You Going? No Author


  • Why Do You Swear? John Nevins Andrews, 1829-1883


  • A Word of Comfort for the Sick Soldier. No Author


  • The Word of God a Nation's Life. A Sermon Preached before the Bible Convention of the Confederate States, Augusta, Georgia, March 19th, 1862. George F. Pierce (George Foster), 1811-1884


  • A Word of Warning for the Sick Soldier. No Author


  • The Wounded Soldier. John Ellis Edwards, 1814-1891


  • You Must Labor for Salvation. David Shaver


  • The Young Deserter. Rev. Basil Manly, 1825-1892


  • 1 article with subject: United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Religious aspects.

  • Summary for Experience of a Confederate Chaplain, 1861-1864. Harris Henderson