A readable, spirited history of evangelical Christianity in the United States. From the age of revivals to the transition from postmillennialism to premillennialism, from the construction of a subculture to the rise of the religious right, Balmer demonstrates the ways American social and cultural settings have influenced the course of evangelical tradition. 88 pages, hardcover from Baylor University.
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