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Thy Kingdom Come : Evangelicals and the Apocalypse
by Randall Balmer and (c) 2005 Chautauqua Institution

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Randall Balmer has been teaching at Columbia since earning the Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1985. A specialist in American religious history, his ten books include A Perfect Babel of Confusion: Dutch Religion and English Culture in the Middle Colonies (1989); Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: A Journey into the Evangelical Subculture in America (1993); and Religion in American Life: A Short History , co-written with Jon Butler of Yale and Grant Wacker of Duke University.  Read more...



 

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Randall Balmer has been teaching at Columbia since earning the Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1985. A specialist in American religious history, his ten books include A Perfect Babel of Confusion: Dutch Religion and English Culture in the Middle Colonies (1989); Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: A Journey into the Evangelical Subculture in America (1993); and Religion in American Life: A Short History, co-written with Jon Butler of Yale and Grant Wacker of Duke University. Professor Balmer has been a visiting professor at Rutgers, Yale, Princeton, Drew, and Northwestern universities and at Union Theological Seminary, where he is an adjunct professor of church history. He has also taught in Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. His commentaries on religion in America have appeared in newspapers across the country, including New York Newsday, San Diego Times-Union, Des Moines Register, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Dallas Morning News, The Nation, and The New York Times. He

 
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  • Publisher: Chautauqua Institution
  • Date: Sept 1998
 
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