Texas professor's new book discusses religious debates
from The Associated Press
Public fights over the role morality and churches should play in American life. Vocal evangelicals tripped by personal scandals. Heated debates over science versus religion, definitions of obscenity, a presidential candidate's religious faith. Welcome to -- the Roaring Twenties? As current as many of those topics seem today, they were equally vibrant in 1920s America, said Baylor University professor of history Barry Hankins in his new book, "Jesus and Gin: Evangelicalism, the Roaring Twenties and Today's Culture Wars" published recently by Palgrave McMillan.
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