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If you are the type who wants to think about what they read, then this book is a great book.
John Fea offers a very well written, solidly documented, and even-handed approach to the question that makes up the title of the book.
If they do, they will have some of their questions answered but be left with even more to ask.
I was preparing to make a talk on the subject of the same title, but did not find the book very helpful.Published 3 months ago by David Dale
First things first: I am biased on this subject. I graduated with a BA in early American History and for my final thesis paper I wrote on the very same subject of this book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. Twisted
Fair and balanced assessment in a very emotional area. My son was required to read this for his US high school History course.Published 9 months ago by ihill
Having read some of Dr. John Fea’s other works, particularly his online blog, The Way of Improvement Leads Home on [...] I can say that Dr. Read morePublished 10 months ago by gloine36
Received this book for a religions class I was taking. I have never been really fond of such books, but this one I thoroughly enjoyed and learned so much! Great BookPublished 12 months ago by Alicia Gross
John Fea provides a very well researched and documented look at America's history of religion and government. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Harry S. Coverston
It took 10 days for me to receive the book... I really needed this book for class and did not have one to use... Tracking was also not available by the wholesaler... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Peyton
As a student of history and a follower of Jesus Christ, I feel very blessed to come across this book as my first read in American history. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Shou-Kuo S Tsao
Dr. Fea does an excellent job of using primary sources from within the historical record to show that our founders realized how religion entangled with government seldom benefitted... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Texas Historian