While evangelicals make up a significant portion of American society, they are still a mystery to many. They exert considerable influence on virtually every aspect of American life and culture, yet by those who don't appreciate them, they're seen as rednecks, fundamentalists, and people with limited education.
Wilkens and Thorsen contend in Everything You Know About Evangelicals is Wrong; Well Almost Everything that evangelicals are tired of being caricatured and provide an insider's look at myths and realities surrounding the movement. They winsomely and sometimes humorously assess the breadth and depth of evangelical beliefs, values, and practices, arguing that, in spite of its faults, evangelicalism transcends the stereotypes.
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