That Old-Time Religion in Modern America: Evangelical Protestantism in the Twentieth Centuryby D. G. Hart
Although evangelicals entered the century as full partners in the Protestant denominations and agencies that molded American cultural and intellectual life, since the 1970s evangelical Protestantism has been perceived as alien to other Americans. Mr. Hart unpacks evangelicalism's current reputation by tracing its development over the course of the twentieth century. An excellent interpretive synthesis. Leo P. Ribuffo
Gardiner H. Shattuck, Jr.
Journal of American History
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