Examines the role of religious ideas in the establishment and culture of the American colonies. Explores the beliefs of the Native Americans and the colonists, the role played by clergy, the traditions of worship, and the superstitions imported from Europe. Looks at how religion and science worked together, and how religious/philosophical thought influenced the founding fathers and the American Revolution.
"Well documented history of the early religious beliefs found in North America. The writing is lucid and the information provided well documented."
--Ludington Library Reviews, January, 2011
Price: US $34.80