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What if I told you that one of the most famous fundamentalist preachers of the 1920s and 30s was not a man but a woman, and not just any woman, but one who went through two divorces and who became something of a sex symbol? What if I told you that one day she mysteriously disappeared? And what if I told you that she showed up five weeks later, claiming that she had been kidnapped and held for ransom in Mexico? And finally, what if I told you that some people claimed that she was actually staying with a married man? I talk here with her biographer, Matthew Avery, about one of the more bizarre stories in 20th century fundamentalist-evangelical history.Read More Load Comments
Historian George Marsden answered some questions about the genre of his new book on C.S. Lewis’ “Mere Christianity,” including his background with Lewis’s works, how the BBC came to broadcast religious talks and how they became a book, why the book has had such staying power and influence, and what he’s working on next.Read More Load Comments
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