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"A timely analysis of a religious movement that is quietly exercising enormous political influence today. Shuck's careful reading of LaHaye's troubling vision establishes unexpected connections with the leading edge of contemporary network culture."
-Mark C. Taylor,author of About Religion: Economies of Faith in Virtual Culture
"With this book, Glenn W. Shuck establishes himself as one of the foremost scholars of American evangelical Christianity. This work is both wonderfully written and creative. Based on Shuck's even-handed and insightful analysis, the reader learns about the meaning and astonishing popularity of books about end times, especially the Left Behind series. Marks of the Beast provides a dynamic lens into the meaning of religion in modern times."
-Michael O. Emerson,Director, Du Bois Center for the Advanced Study of Religion and Race, University of Notre Dame
"A provocative study."
"Well-researched work employing sociological, literary, and theological perspectives."