Charles S. Braden

American professor of religious studies

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According to Wikipedia, Charles Samuel Braden was Professor and Chair of the Department of History and Literature of Religions at Northwestern University. He joined the faculty in 1926 and held the professorship from 1943; he was awarded emeritus status in 1954. Braden became known in particular for the study of new religious movements and world religions. His Spirits in Rebellion: The Rise and Development of New Thought remains an important history of the New Thought family of NRMs.

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