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by Christopher W. Boerl

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Set against a rich historical tapestry exploring the relationship between traditional broadcast media and the emergence of the Christian Right, "A God More Powerful Than Yours: American Evangelicals, Politics, and the Internet" is a refreshing and topical reexamination of the political, social, and cultural impacts of the Internet and new media technologies on the ever evolving nature of the American Christian Right. At 125 pages, "A God More Powerful than Yours" is superbly written, yet to-the-point. Undoubtedly, students of Politics, Religion, and History alike will find this book an enriching addition to their libraries. ( )
  Dewpacs | Jul 26, 2015 |
Set against a rich historical backdrop exploring the relationship between traditional broadcast media and the emergence of the Christian Right, "A God More Powerful Than Yours: American Evangelicals, Politics, and the Internet" is a refreshing and topical reexamination of the political, social, and cultural impacts of the Internet and new media technologies on the ever evolving nature of the American Christian Right. At 125 pages, "A God More Powerful than Yours" is superbly written, yet to-the-point. Undoubtedly, students of Politics, Religion, and History alike will find this book an enriching addition to the libraries. Having been provided an advance copy for review, I was fortunate to avoid the 41GBP price tag (which I generally believe is too pricey for most general interest books). Hopefully the publisher will reconsider their listing price, as this is a excellent work and one which deserves to be enjoyed by many.
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