It's Bright in the Heavens and the Wheels are Flying

Some belated housekeeping and good news:

I was already a little late to this in August when I took to Facebook to note that the great historian Paul Harvey had recently reviewed Strangers Below, calling it "a wholly original contribution to American religious history, and to the new field of the history of emotion."  So I'm super-late (I think that's the technical term) in posting a link to Harvey's review here, but maybe I'm just guilty of savoring the good news.

More recently, John Daly, whose work on religion and the Civil War was eye-opening to me, described Strangers as a "pithy and lively" book whose findings "deserve a place of honor" among recent historical work on southern evangelicals. Here's the link to Daly's review.