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I try not to award 5 stars to books that didn't win any of the major literary awards, but _American Jesus_ deserves 5 or more. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Denny McBride (The Ceaseless Reader)
A very good history of Christianity in America plus the of of shoot ideas of Mormons, Jews and Buddist adaptaion to the Jesus culture.Published 9 months ago by William Henning
A great read about the story of religion in America, from it's inception to the current day. I think that this book will be interesting to
those of all faiths in America. Read more
This book is readable, fun, and fascinating. I background from the colonial period to the 20th century was mostly new to me, and I learned a lot. Read morePublished 17 months ago by semi-green in the suburbs
This is a unique approach to American religious history. It is painfully true to see we have made Jesus to fit our image, rather than trying to see Jesus as God's image.Published 21 months ago by Joyce Pace
This product was a good price and had an accurate description of the product. I needed it for my religion class.Published 21 months ago by Loveless
I completely reject Prothero's thesis. He chooses the most outrageous examples then tries to turn what are perhaps one individual's viewpoint or inspiration possibly built upon... Read morePublished 22 months ago by T. Cozby