evangelicalism

Books

Saving Sex, by Amy DeRogatis

The old stereotype is that evangelicals are unable or unwilling to talk about sex. Lately, the reality is the opposite.

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Redeemer: The Life of Jimmy Carter, by Randall Balmer

Randall Balmer uses Jimmy Carter's career to trace the history of progressive religious beliefs in the post-Watergate political environment.

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The Age of Evangelicalism, by Steven P. Miller

Steven Miller positions evangelicalism as the foil for other thinkers, movers, and shakers: it seemed so powerful and ubiquitous that those outside of the tent felt compelled to address it.

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Apostles of Reason, by Molly Worthen

Spring books

At the heart of evangelicals’ conflicted identity, Molly Worthen argues, is the “struggle to reconcile reason with revelation, heart with head, and private piety with the public square.”

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Playing God, by Andy Crouch

Power is a gift, a means of peacemaking, a God-sanctioned key to human flourishing. This is the striking claim advanced in Andy Crouch's engaging new book.