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On April 3rd, in observance of Good Friday, the SPU library hours are reduced to 7:30 a.m. — noon. On Saturday and Sunday, April 4th and 5th, the library will be closed. Happy Easter!

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Featured Book


American Evangelicalism: George Marsden and the State of American Religious History, Edited by Darren Dochuk, Thomas S. Kidd, and Kurt Peterson

Call Number: BR 515 .A537 2014

A collection of essays drawing on the life, career, and scholarship of George M. Marsden. The work looks at the history of American evangelical Protestantism, and how Marsden's work can be applied to today's renderings of America's religious history. SPU professor Michael S. Hamilton authored an included essay, The Interdenominational Evangelicalism of D.L. Moody and the Problem of Fundamentalism.

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