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International New Thought Alliance

Part of a series of articles on
New Thought

The International New Thought Alliance (INTA) is an umbrella organization for New Thought adherents "dedicated to serving the New Thought Movement’s various branches, organizations and individuals".[1]

Contents

  • History 1
    • Past presidents 1.1
  • See also 2
  • Notes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

The antecedents of the International New Thought Alliance date back to an 1899

  • Official website
  • INTA New Thought History Chart

External links

  • Dresser, Horatio (1919) A History of the New Thought Movement, Thomas Y. Crowell. Available online at [2].
  • Harley, Gail M. (2002) Emma Curtis Hopkins: Forgotten Founder of New Thought Syracuse University Press, ISBN 0-8156-2933-8.
  • Miller, Timothy (1995) America's Alternative Religions, State University of New York Press, ISBN 978-0-7914-2397-4.
  • Satter, Beryl (2001) Each Mind a Kingdom: American Women, Sexual Purity, and the New Thought Movement, 1875-1920, University of California Press, ISBN 978-0-520-22927-3.
  • Anderson, C. Alan and Deborah G. Whitehouse (2003) New Thought: A Practical American Spirituality, 1st Books, ISBN 1-4107-0172-7.

References

  1. ^ a b International New Thought Alliance website, accessed May 2008.
  2. ^ Miller, p. 327. Dresser, p. 195, who says "out of its [the Metaphysical Club's] efforts there came in time the first really international organization". Interestingly enough, Miller states that the conference was in Hartford, Connecticut while Dresser states that the convention was held at "Lorimer Hall, Tremont Temple, Boston, October 24–26, 1899".
  3. ^ Dresser (p. 183) calls it the "first permanent New Thought club". The Catholic Encyclopedia says "this society, through its active propaganda, was the first which made a determined effort to spread its views and try to gain a general following" (p. 538).
  4. ^ Dresser, pp. 181-182.
  5. ^ Dresser, p. 195.
  6. ^ Satter, p. 226.
  7. ^ Harley, p. 98.

Notes

See also

Dr. Blaine C. Mays

Past presidents

The organization continues to conduct its Annual World Congress, publishes New Thought magazine, and asserts that it houses the largest New Thought Archives known.[1]

The Orison Swett Marden, and Elizabeth Towne were involved in the INTA.

[7]

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