The Word in the World: Evangelical Writing, Publishing, and Reading in America, 1789-1880

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Univ of North Carolina Press, 2004 - 336 páginas
The recent success of the Left Behind book series, which sold over 50 million books, points to an enormous readership of evangelical Christian literature that has not gone unnoticed by the mainstream publishing world. But this is not a recent phenomenon;
 

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What Is Evangelical Print Culture?
27
The World of Evangelical Publishing
46
Marks of Membership in an Evangelical Canon
79
Readers and Writers Navigate the Currents of the Market
115
The Uses of Evangelical Print Culture
139
Earnestly Contending for the Faith
141
Priesthood of All Believers
167
Singing with the Spirit
190
Unifying the Pilgrim Community
213
The Word in the World of TwentyfirstCentury American Culture
243
Notes
249
Bibliography
275
Index
321
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Candy Gunther Brown is associate professor of religious studies at Indiana University.

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