Moral Minority in Paperback
Moral Minority in Paperback
April 26, 2014
Perhaps because he practices the
Christian humility encouraged by Miles Mullin this past week, our colleague David Swartz has failed to inform readers of the Anxious Bench that his history of the Evangelical Left is now available in paperback. See my praise of David’s book here and here. Needless to say, Moral Minority is readable, informative, and humane in its treatment of both the Evangelical Left and its more conservative antagonists.
As David writes on his own blog, if the hardcover price tag initially kept you away, you are now in luck.
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