The Sinner's Guide to the Evangelical Right

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Penguin, 2006 - Humor - 235 pages
From Bibles designed to look like glossy fashion magazines to mega-churches with ATMs, rock climbing walls, and in one case, a drive-thru McDonalds, the nuances of conservative evangelical culture are no mystery to Robert Lanham, who has his roots in the Bible Belt. Now, with his anthropological eye and trademark wit, Lanham has compiled a handy guide to the evangelical right for those who can expect to be left behind in the End of Days.

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User Review  - JMlibrarian - LibraryThing

Not what I'd call particularly insightful or incisive, having come out of this counterculture. Jill Lepore does a better job. Read full review

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An amusing guide to the evangelical Christianist right. Read full review

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Robert Lanham, the author of The Hipster Handbook and Food Court Druids, Cherohonkees and Other Creatures Unique to the Republic, has published countless articles in major publications.

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