`this is an interesting and readable book. ... This is a book that should be read widely ... because of its different way of examining the place of evangelical Christianity in society. ... those readers who want the churches to be popular in this contemporary world would do well to learn some of the lessons that the book teaches.'
Peter Jarvis, Methodist Recorder `This is an interesting book, particularly for those who would study the problematical relationship between Christian faith and the market-place.
Church of England Newspaper 'Thoughtful, nonpolemic and provocative, Moore's study is a singificant contribution to the scholarship of American religious history.'
Publishers Weekly 'This is a well-documented historical study of a fascinating aspect of American religion. Recommended for public and academic libraries.'
C. Robert Nixon, Library Journal, January 1994show more