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Hand-Clapping in a Gothic NaveSubscriber Access Only
What Pentecostals and mainliners can learn from each other.
Hell-Hatched Free Lovism'Subscriber Access Only
Evangelicals were none too eager to welcome the Pentecostals
America’s (Children’s) PastorSubscriber Access Only
What kids' letters to Graham reveal about his place in society.
How Evangelicals Won the SouthSubscriber Access Only
And what they lost in the process.
How Billy Graham Learned the Art of Preaching
The late evangelist called himself the “champion rambler.”
Are Pentecostals Sex-Crazed?Subscriber Access Only
"John Steinbeck and Robert Duvall have portrayed them that way, and such criticism even came from inside the movement. But was it ever warranted?"
Billy Graham's AmericaSubscriber Access Only
Southern sensibilities, media savvy, denominational openness, and an expanding social vision helped turn a country boy evangelist into a cultural icon.
A Historian’s Reckoning with the PastSubscriber Access Only
Grant Wacker reflects on how and why we look back.
America’s Pentecostals: Who They AreSubscriber Access Only
From inauspicious beginnings, Pentecostalism has mushroomed into the largest Christian movement in the twentieth century.
The Remarkable Mr. Graham
The evangelist (and CT founder) is 98 today. An historian examines the way he shaped the church and the world.
America Does Not Live by Elite Consensus AloneSubscriber Access Only
After World War II, a small cluster of intellectuals determined our cultural values. George Marsden says we need more voices at the table.
Billy Graham, Evangelical PatriarchSubscriber Access Only
Ten ways the evangelist remade the movement and reshaped American Protestantism.
Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to ThankSubscriber Access Only
Kathryn Kuhlman’s story offers a case study of the indisputable achievements of strong evangelical women and the equally indisputable roadblocks they often face.

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