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Popular Religion in America: The Evangelical Voice (Contributions to the Study of Religion) Hardcover – April 22, 1993
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"Highly readable, of interest at all levels."-Choice
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?Highly readable, of interest at all levels.?-Choice
?Jorstad does and excellent job of explaining the popular appeal of this movement and its relationship to secular culture. Recommended for academic and public libraries?-Library Journal
About the Author
ERLING JORSTAD is Professor of History and American Studies at St. Olaf College. Among his many publications are That New-Time Religion: The Jesus Revival in America (1973), Bold in Spirit: Lutheran Charismatic Renewal in America (1974), Begin Religious In America: The Deepening Crises over Public Faith (1986), and Holding Fast/Pressing On: Religion in America in the 1980s (Greenwood Press, 1990).