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History 4972: Faith Healers, Prosperity Preachers, and Televangelists in American Religion: Home

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Benny Hinn


Primary Sources in Library Catalogs

Adding and sources to your keyword search in the MERLIN, MOBIUS or Worldcat catalogs will give you a list of primary sources.

There are other terms that appear frequently in the subject headings of works, too.  A short list:

  • and sources
  • and sermons
  • and correspondance
  • and diaries
  • and personal narrative*
  • and hymns

For a more extensive guide to primary sources available during your time period, see also the guide: Primary Sources for Historical Research.

Images In this Guide

Images used in this guide are all licensed under a Creative Commons Share-Alike license.

Televangelist photo from behind, "0609082236a.jpg," Work found at

Photo of peeled-back London Times page: Times. ( / Oleg Sklyanchuk ( / (

Cartoon of student in stacks, titled "Neulich in der Bibliothek," by Johannes Kretschmer. Work found at / (


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