RELIGION AND AMERICAN CULTURE focuses on the relationship of religion to the social and cultural dynamics of American history. Because most survey texts provide only brief coverage of this topic, Marsden's narrative is designed to explore the role of religion in American culture.
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Table of Contents
1. Christendom and American Origins. 2. The Age of Democratic Revivals. 3. Protestant and Progressive America: 1860-1917. 4. Pluralistic America: 1860-1917. 5. Traditional Religion and Twentieth-Century. 6. Return to Faith and Quest for Consensus: 1941-1963. 7. Fragmented AmericaA Nation in Search of a Soul: 1960s-1980s. Notes to the Text. Suggestions for Further Reading. Acknowledgments and Credits. Index.