Encyclopedia of Evangelicalism

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2002 - Religion - 654 pages
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In theEncyclopedia of Evangelicalism, Randall Balmer pulls together insightful information about the people, events, and institutions that have shaped the powerful and influential evangelical movement. This highly accessible book reads more like a collection of stories than a set of dry academic articles, and is an indispensable tool for studying and understanding evangelicalism.

 

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This book had all of the info I needed for my report on Billy Graham. I would recommend this book to anyone. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
25
Section 3
27
Section 4
67
Section 5
121
Section 6
126
Section 7
177
Section 8
179
Section 11
198
Section 12
293
Section 13
387
Section 14
395
Section 15
396
Section 16
529
Section 17
534
Section 18
655

Section 9
189
Section 10
191
Section 19
659
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About the author (2002)

Randall Balmer is professor of American Religious History at Barnard College, Columbia University and a visiting professor at Yale Divinity School. An editor-at-large for Christianity Today magazine, his commentaries on religion in America have appeared in newspapers across the country, and he
regularly lectures at colleges, universities, and at such venues as the Chautauqua Institution and the Smithsonian Associates. Dr. Balmer was nominated for an Emmy Award for writing and presenting the PBS version of this book.

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