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Thomas E Bergler
|Description:||x, 281 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: we're all adolescents now --
Youth, Christianity, and the crisis of civilization --
Misreading the signs of the times: from political youth to trivial teenagers --
Social prophets or silent generation?: the failed juvenilization of liberal Protestantism --
The Black church and the juvenilization of Christian political activism --
Why everyone wanted to get out of the Catholic ghetto --
How to have fun, be popular, and save the world at the same time --
Youth, Christianity, and the 1960s apocalypse --
The triumph and taming of juvenilization.
|Responsibility:||Thomas E. Bergler.|
Larry Eskridge -- Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals, Wheaton College"One of the key themes within the American church since the 1930s -- and particularly since the 1960s -- has been
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