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Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-321) and index.
What is evangelical print culture? -- The world of evangelical publishing -- Marks of membership in an evangelical canon -- Readers and writers navigate the currents of the market -- Earnestly contending for the faith -- Priesthood of all believers -- Singing with the spirit and the understanding -- Unifying the pilgrim community.
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The evangelical publishing community has been growing for more than two hundred years. Candy Gunther Brown explores the roots of this far-flung conglomeration of writers, publishers, and readers, from the founding of the Methodist Book Concern in 1789 to the 1880 publication of the runaway best-seller Ben-Hur.
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