280 pp., 6.125 x 9.25, notes, bibl., index
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-1892-0
Published: August 2014
eBook ISBN: 978-0-8078-6998-7
Published: April 2012
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Flowers's analysis, part of the expanding survey of America's religious and cultural landscape after World War II, points to the South's changing identity and connects religious and regional issues to the complicated relationship between race and gender during and after the civil rights movement. She also shows how feminism and shifting women's roles, behaviors, and practices played a significant part in debates that simmer among Baptists and evangelicals throughout the nation today.
About the Author
Elizabeth H. Flowers is associate professor of American religious history at Texas Christian University.
For more information about Elizabeth H. Flowers, visit the Author Page.
“Highly recommended. All levels/libraries.”--Choice
“[Into the Pulpit] places a topic of acute contemporary concern in long historical perspective.”--Christian Century
“Reminded [me] that courageous women took great risks, spoke strong, prophetic words, and often led the way [in Baptist ministry].”--Vocare
“Flowers has convincingly unmasked the core issue of the ‘Southern Baptist battles.’”--North Carolina Historical Review
“[A] concise and well-constructed history. . . . The contextual research of the book is impressive.”--H-South
“A sound study.”--Journal of American History