I'll put my plug in for Mark Noll. He is a fine scholar and a gentleman.
I highly recommend _Scandal of the Evangelical Mind_. His _American
Evangelical Christianity: An Introduction_ is good (full disclosure: I
worked on it as his research assistant). Another volume that David
Livingstone, D.G. Hart, and Noll were editors for and Noll to which
contributed one essay is _Evangelicals and Science in Historical
Perspective_; perspectives from both sides of the pond are included. His
newest book, _The Old Religion in the New World: The History of North
American Christianity_ is worth it solely for the extensive bibliography
on North American history with numerous periods and regions covered in
--- Ron Schooler <email@example.com> wrote:
> Mark Nolls newest book, The Old Religion in the New World: The History
> North American Christianity, is an alternate selection of the History
> Club. He is at least one individual succeeding in overcoming the
> Ron Schooler
> > Shuan wrote:
> > Anybody knows much about this guy? I see that he is featured on PBS'
> > Evolution website.
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