Encyclopedia of American religious history, Volume 1

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Facts on File, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 868 pages
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WINNER! Previous edition selected by the New York Public Library as a Best of Reference, 1996
WINNER! Previous edition selected by "CHOICE as an Outstanding Academic Title, 1996
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...a most valuable reference tool...also an important one because of its balanced coverage of topics routine and controversial.School Library Journal
...[a] solid work...No other reference work presents similar information covering such a broad scope of religions in this country...All librarieseven those with an extensive religious history collectionwill benefit from purchasing this moderately priced, well-written set.Booklist
...highly recommended for all reference collections on religion.Reference Book Review
A comprehensive reference on American religion and religious life.Book News
Written by a team of American religious scholars

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The editors and contributors responsible for the first edition of this work (LJ 1/96) also participated in the revision. Indeed, Martin Marty even reprises the foreword. As with the original ... Read full review

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Queen is Director of the Religion and Philanthropy Project at the Indiana University Center on Philanthoropy.

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