NEW [Dissent in American Religion Revised Edition Chicago History of American Religion] BY Edwin S. Gaustad
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RELIGIOUS WAS ESSENTIAL TO THEdissent was essential to the of the American religious experience and in profound disagreement with society’s orthodox values and beliefs This new edition which reinaugurates the Chicago History of American Religion series under the new editorship of John Corrigan eatures new commentary by Gaustad and Corrigan Despite the new cover this book remains a product of 1973 This means that it
Provides A Good Overview Of Older Developments But That Itsa good overview of older developments but that its on events must be balanced against the time of its writing The approach. Dissent in American Religion originally published in 1973 was the The Mark of Cain (Long Lankin, first book to present religious dissent in the United States as a pervasive but hidden and often ignored stream in American life Theirst volume in the Chicago History of American Religion series it reviewed the history of our nation’s longest dissenting tradition a tradition older and richer in the realm of religion than in any other. ,