Hippies of the Religious Right

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Baylor University Press, 2007 - 275 páginas

This volume demonstrates that the Christian Right has a surprising past. Historical analysis reveals that the countercultural movements and evangelicalism share a common heritage. Shires warns that political operatives in both parties need to heed this fact if they hope to either, in the case of the Republican Party, retain their evangelical constituency, or, in the case of the Democratic Party, recruit new evangelical voters.

--Tim Miller, Kansas University
 

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An Awesome history Of The Jesus Movement!

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The title says it all in this novel about the counterculture movement. Turn the book over and the line at the top of the book will really peak your interest From the Counterculture of Jerry Garcia to ... Leer comentario completo

Contenido

Preface
Introduction
Modern CultureMainstream and Mainline
The Counterculture
OldTime Religion and NewTime Youth
A Radical Spirituality for a Radical Generation
The Evangelical Lifestyle
The Countercultural Christians
Awaiting the Religious Right
Politically Right
The Christian Right and Its Sixties Inheritance
Epilogue
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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The Merging of Countercultural and Evangelical Christianity

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Acerca del autor (2007)

Preston Shires (Ph D University of Nebraska) is Instructor in History, SE Community College in Lincoln, NE

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