Unchanging faith?

America's God
"Wonderfully prolific” and “as fine a historian as America now boasts” is how reviewer Eugene D. Genovese characterizes Wheaton College professor Mark Noll (New Republic, September 8 & 15). He refers to Noll’s “magnum opus,” America’s God: From Jonathan Edwards to Abraham Lincoln as “magisterial,” “rich,” “learned,” “deeply thoughtful,” “incisive,” “readable,” “accessible,” “extraordinary,” “bold,” “gracious,” “scholarly” and “accurate.” We hope the Bancroft, Prescott, National Book Award and Pulitzer prize people are paying attention.

 

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