Fundamentalist Christianity in American Politics

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Fundamentalist Christianity in American Politics

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1DeusExLibrus
Sep 29, 2009, 7:03pm

Hello everyone! I'm in the process of researching and writing the capstone thesis for my Religious Studies degree, and I'd love some recommendations of any books you may have found on the subject. The more academic, the better, but all are appreciated. I'm unsure as to my exact thesis atm, but my main goal is to attempt to get into the fundamentalist mind/world view in order to better understand them and improve dialogue between fundamentalists and everyone else.

2Rosinbow
Sep 30, 2009, 2:30pm

Hello DeusExlibrus

I wish you well in your endeavor!
I will recommend The Divided States of America

best, rosinbow

3DeusExLibrus
Oct 11, 2009, 4:44pm

After doing a significant bit of research, there's been a change of focus. At this point I'm going to be writing about televangelism, starting with Billy Graham in the 70's. I've already found a good bit of material, and its turning out to be quite the trip, but any suggestions are of course always welcome.