An award-winning biography of the life and career of American theologian Walter Rauschenbusch---the man at the center of the social gospel movement. Perceptive and well-informed, Evans's introduction presents the complexities found in Rauschenbusch's beliefs and actions---including his theological radicalism and social conservatism. Foreword by Mark Noll. 376 pages, softcover from Baylor University.
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