Fundamentalism and American Culture: The Shaping of Twentieth Century Evangelicalism, 1870-1925

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Acknowledgments

Parts of Chapter XXV are a revision of parts of "Fundamentalism as an American Phenomenon, A Comparison with English Evangelicalism," Church History XLVI ( June, 1977), pp. 215-32, © 1977, The American Society of Church History, reprinted with permission.

A portion of Chapter XXII closely follows a section of my " From Fundamentalism to Evangelicalism: An Historical Analysis," The Evangelicals,

David Wells and John Woodbridge ( eds.) ( Nashville, Tennessee, 1975). The illustrations by Clarence Larkin on pp. 52, 58-59, and 64-65 are

reproduced with the permission of the Clarence Larkin Estate. The illustrations from The King's Business on pp. 154, 155, 157, 163, 209,

and 213 are reproduced with the permission of Biola College, Inc. The illustration on p. 218 is used by permission from the May issue of

Moody Monthly. Copyright 1922, Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Gospel Hymns Nos. 1 to 6, Ira Sankeyet al., eds. ( New York, 1894), from

which the hymn on p. 76 is reproduced, is republished by Da Capo Press, Inc., New York.

The Memoirs of William Jennings Bryan, by himself and his wife Mary Baird Bryan ( Philadelphia, 1925), from which the picture on p. 186 is taken, is republished by Haskell House Publisher, Ltd., New York.

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