An essential new reference work for students and general readers interested in the history, dynamics, and influence of evangelicalism in recent American history, politics, and culture.
* Provides readers with an understanding of contemporary American evangelicalism's history, key individuals, organizations, and beliefs through detailed coverage of more than 180 topics
* Documents the diversity of the Evangelical movement under a common core umbrella of doctrinal beliefs
* Displays the breadth of American evangelical interaction in social and cultural issues and in debates in recent American history
Number of pages: 515
"Perhaps most impressive about this encyclopedia is the extensive list of reprinted primary source documents, from 1942 to 2017. . . . Demy and Shockley have successfully managed to contextualize the key figures, documents, and evangelical organizations into the larger fabric of contemporary American culture. Recommended for both public and academic libraries." - ARBA
"This well-written book focuses on American evangelism since the mid-20th century. . . . VERDICT Presenting a wealth of additional sources and valuable primary source materials, this is an excellent choice for seminarians, religious professionals, and others wishing to learn more about this thriving movement." - Library Journal, Starred Review
"[T]his book will be useful for those seeking to learn about the views, concerns, organizations, persons, and events of post-WW II evangelical Christianity in the U.S. . . . . Summing Up: Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates through faculty and professionals; general readers." - Choice
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