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By George M. Marsden / Eerdmans / 1991–1995
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Untangling the complicated threads of American Protestant fundamentalism and evangelicalism, noted historian George Marsden sketches the religious landscape of twentieth-century America. Rich with colorful insights, these works lay out the development of fundamentalism and the evangelicalism that grew out of it.
Get a primer on the two religious movements with Marsden’s Understanding Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism. Marsden provides a basic roadmap to their evolution in the United States and analyzes two especially prominent and controversial themes in these traditions—views of science and views of politics. Coupled with this study is Reforming Fundamentalism: Fuller Seminary and the New Evangelicalism. Using a case study of Fuller Theological Seminary, Marsden traces the development of and distinction between fundamentalism and evangelicalism in the seminary, while examining the broader story of American Protestantism since the 1940s.
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George M. Marsden, Francis A. McAnaney Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Notre Dame, is currently a scholar in residence at Calvin College. Among his many other books is the biography, Jonathan Edwards: A Life, which received several awards, including the Bancroft Prize in history and the Grawemeyer Award in religion.