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User Review  - Scapegoats - LibraryThing

This book is an examination of the foundations of fundamentalism in American Protestantism. Marsden looks at the half century after the Civil War. He notes that fundamentalists were the vast majority ... Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - Stephanie Cunningham - Goodreads

Good information source. Very detailed and unbiased. A bit of a slow read, but worth it. Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - Jordan J. Andlovec - Goodreads

Fantastic and clarifying read. This is history done right. Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - Aaldert - Goodreads

Essential to understand 20th Cent Evangelicalism Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - Bob Breckwoldt - Goodreads

A great book on the foundations of Protestant Fundamentalism from a sympathetic but critical writer who has been close to its centre (see the series of letters written between Mark Noll, George ... Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - Phillip - Goodreads

An excellent discussion of the development of fundamentalism in the nineteenth century through the Scopes Trail of 1925. Not really intended as a popular history, it nevertheless is an approachable ... Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - Demetrius Rogers - Goodreads

Read significant portions and skimmed sections. Enthralling read. Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - Sam Hoel - Goodreads

Like many scholarly works, this book suffers from a bit of wordiness and a certain hesitancy to create a "big picture" narrative for fear of leaving something out. That can be frustrating if you aren ... Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - Chuck Bonadies - Goodreads

In Fundamentalism and American Culture, Marsden explores the influences of the fundamentalist movement. The author believes that Ernest Sandeen overstates his case, that fundamentalism is an outgrowth ... Read full review

Review: Fundamentalism and American Culture

User Review  - David - Goodreads

Marsden tells the story of American Fundamentalism from its post-Civil War roots to the fundamentalist-modernist controversies of the 1920s. I found this book fascinating, mostly because the early ... Read full review


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