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This lavishly illustrated book investigates the history and meaning of Christian material culture in America over the past 150 years. Drawing on a rich array of historical sources and on in-depth interviews with Protestants, Catholics, Mormons, Colleen McDannell examines the relationship between religion and mass consumption.
|2||Piety, Art, Fashion: The Religious Object||17|
|3||The Bible in the Victorian Home||67|
|4||The Religious Symbolism of Laurel Hill Cemetery||103|
|5||Lourdes Water and American Catholicism||132|
|6||Christian Kitsch and the Rhetoric of Bad Taste||163|
|7||Mormon Garments: Sacred Clothing and the Body||198|