Aimee Semple McPherson and the Resurrection of Christian America
By: Matthew Avery Sutton (author)Paperback
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Matthew Sutton's definitive study of Aimee Semple McPherson reveals the woman, most often remembered as the hypocritical vamp in Sinclair Lewis's 'Elmer Gantry', as a trail-blazing pioneer.
Matthew Avery Sutton is Assistant Professor of History at Oakland University.
* Prologue *1. Faith in the City of Angels *2. The Foursquare Gospel *3. Marketing the Old-Time Religion *4. Kidnapping the Bride of Christ *5. Unraveling the Mystery *6. Wilderness Wanderings *7. The Long Road Back to Pentecost *8. Searching for Christian America *9. Remaking the City on the Hill * Epilogue * Notes * Acknowledgments * Illustration Credits * Index
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