Evangelical America

REL-R 532 — Spring 2020

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Instructor
Candy Gunther Brown
Days and Times
MW 9:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Course Description

This course meets with REL-A 330.

From early American revivals to contemporary politics, evangelical Christians, including pentecostals and charismatics, have shaped U.S. cultural and political institutions. In this course, we will ask: Who are evangelicals? What do they believe, and how do they behave? Should non-evangelicals be worried about them? This course explores the causes, nature, and implications of evangelical influence through the lenses of history, literature, and religious studies. Our texts include fiction, poetry, music, film, and food.

3 credits

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