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"A great service for all of us who teach undergraduate and graduate courses in U.S. religious history. This fine historian has provided us with a representative collection of primary texts, in the process allowing our students the opportunity to encounter the diversity of evangelicals and evangelical ideas in twentieth-century America."
-William Vance Trollinger,author of God's Empire: William Bell Riley and Midwestern Fundamentalism
"Scholars, students and the general reading public have long needed a book like this one. Its judicious selections, helpful introductions, and intelligent arrangement open up a history that has been too often obscured by partisanship and sloppy reporting."
-Mark Noll,University of Notre Dame
"Succinctly highlights issues that Christian Evangelicals and Fundamentalists are historically known for."
"Barry Hankins has assembled an accessible, well-organized volume of primary documents that will help the student of American religion interpret the core tenets of American fundamentalist Christianity."-Louisiana History,