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Written with the perfect blend of amusement and respect, Rapture Ready! is an insightful, entertaining, and odd journey through the often hidden world of Christian pop culture. This vast and influential subculture -- a $7 billion industry and growing -- can no longer be ignored by those who want to understand the social, spiritual, and political aspirations of evangelical Christians. From Christian music festivals and theme parks to Passion plays and comedy nights, Daniel Radosh offers a revealing survey on Christian subculture and unique into on one of America's most important social movements.
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Written with the perfect blend of amusement and respect, Rapture Ready! is an insightful, entertaining, and deeply weird journey through the often hidden world of Christian pop culture. This vast and influential subculture -- a $7 billion industry and growing -- can no longer be ignored by those who want to understand the social, spiritual, and political aspirations of evangelical Christians.
In eighteen cities and towns throughout thirteen states -- from the Bible Belt to the outskirts of Hollywood -- Radosh encounters a fascinating cast of characters, including Bibleman, the Caped Christian; Rob Adonis, the founder and star of Ultimate Christian Wrestling; Ken Ham, the nation's leading prophet of creationism; and Jay Bakker, the son of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, and pastor of his own liberal, punk rock church.
From Christian music festivals and theme parks to Passion plays and comedy nights, Radosh combines gonzo reporting with a keen eye for detail and just the right touch of wit. Rapture Ready! is a revealing survey of a parallel universe and a unique perspective on one of America's most important social movements.
"Funny, revealing, and descriptively titled." -- Esquire
"Goes beyond mockery to engage seriously with Christian believers who make, consume, and even criticize Christian pop culture." -- TheAtlantic.com
"As an outsider, he sees things that all of us who grew up in this little world either slide past, choose to ignore or shrug off." -- Relevant Magazine