Pulitzer Prize-winning author and New Yorker contributor Frances FitzGerald delivers the Joanna Jackson Goldman Lectures in American Civilization. Using Jerry Falwell and the growth of the Moral Majority as a lens, FitzGerald will discuss the fundamental shift in cultural attitudes represented by a new evangelical movement, led by pastors such as Rick Warren, Rich Cizik, and Joel Hunter. She will describe the origins of this new wave of Christian thought in colleges, seminaries, and suburban mega-churches, highlight the movement's debates with the religious right, and consider the prospects for its future. (alibrarian)
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