What You Missed This Summer at Jacksonian America

Looking back, Summer 2012 at Jacksonian America wasn't very Jacksonian. My summer reading list dictated the topic of many of the posts. If you're looking for some reading material, here's a look at the past couple of months. My summer reading list included several books on fundamentalist and evangelical Christianity. You can find my reviews …

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Review of Stephens and Giberson, The Anointed: Evangelical Truth in a Secular Age

I finished off my summer reading about fundamentalist/evangelical Christianity with The Anointed. Co-authors Randall Stephens and Karl Giberson address six main topics about modern evangelical Christianity in the United States: creationism, nationalistic history, psychology, apocalyptic thought, cultural parallelism, and the loose-knit network of leaders and followers that adhere to modern American evangelicalism. Several of the chapters …

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