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American Protestantism by Winthrop S. Hudson - First - 1961 - from Revue & Revalued Books  and Biblio.co.uk

American Protestantism

by Winthrop S. Hudson

Condition: Very Good/None


This book is in very good condition. The cover boards have little to no wear. The edges of the cover boards are slightly worn at the top and bottom of the spine.The previous owners name is written inside the front cover board. The pages are clean from any marking. The binding is tight and solid.

"With remarkable cogency, Mr. Hudson here describes what has been distinctly American about Protestantism in America. This he does not by cataloguing the diversity of Protestant groups, but by discovering the kind of unity that has persisted and how the diversity itself has expressed our culture as a whole. He has drawn on vast, miscellaneous, and scattered sources; the conciseness and coherence of his conclusions are impressive...." - Editor's Preface by Daniel J. Boorstin, from American Protestantism



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