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Charles Glenn, Nancy Brickhouse, William Letts, IV,Phillip Johnson,

Paul Brantley, Peter McLaren, Alan Peshkin, EugeneProvenzo, and Paul


Harry S. Stout and D. G. Hart are the editorsof New Directions in

American Religious
History[New York:Oxford University Press, 1997], a

collection of 17 essays on recent trends.For a comprehensive review by

Paul Boyer, see the Evangelical Studies Bulletin, Vol. 15 (1998), Nr. 3,pp.


The winner of the 1998 Hendricks Manuscript award of theNew

Netherland Project is Paul Otto (Dordt College) forhis work New

Netherland Frontier:
Europeans andNative Americans Along the Lower

Hudson River, 1524-1664

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