Part 1 Editor's Foreword Part 2 Introduction Part 3 Chapter 1 The Center for the Evangelical United Brethren Heritage Part 4 Chapter 2 The Spiritual Vitality of the Evangelical United Brethren Heritage Part 5 Chapter 3 The Road to Johnstown Part 6 Chapter 4 The Evangelical United Brethren Understanding of Ministry Part 7 Chapter 5 I Was There Part 8 Chapter 6 The 1962 Evangelical United Brethren Confession of Faith Part 9 Chapter 7 Evangelical United Brethren Women and Missions Part 10 Chapter 8 The Evangelical United Brethren in Europe: Historical Developments to 1946 Part 11 Chapter 9 From Union to Union (1946-1968) Part 12 Chapter 10 The Evangelical Association-Germany 1945-1961 Part 13 Chapter 11 Ecumenism and the Evangelical United Brethren Church Part 14 Chapter 12 EUB Piety and Hymnody Part 15 Chapter 13 The Evangelical United Brethren Celebration, November 1996 Part 16 Appendix Chapter 17 Ecumenism: Past, Present and Future Chapter 18 A Time to Remember; A Time to Forget Part 19 Index Part 20 About the Contributors and the Editor
Robert L. Frey spent forty years in higher education, taught history for 24 years, and served as an academic dean and vice president for 16 years. He is the author of three books and numerous articles on church history and education.
The church only lasted 22 years but had a significant impact on Protestant Christianity. Church leaders and trained historians explore facets of the church in 13 essays from a November 1996 conference in Dayton, Ohio called by the United Methodist Historical Society to commemorate the centennial of the merger that created the church. Reference and Research Book News, November 2007