by Richard A. Bustraan
The generation of children born in the post-WWII economic recovery is the baby boomers, the generation of the hippies and the Jesus People. Growing in this period of uninterrupted economic growth and prosperity, the baby boomer generation stood in stark contrast to the generation of their parents who had gone through the deprivation of the Great Depression.
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Enroth, Ronald M., Edward E. Erickson, Jr., and C. Breckinridge Peters. 1972. The Jesus People: Old Time Religion in the Age of Aquarius. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.
Eskridge, Larry. 2013. God’s Forever Family: The Jesus People Movement in America. New York: Oxford University Press.
Smith, Kevin John. 2011. The Origins, Nature, and Significance of the Jesus Movement. Lexington, KY: Emeth Press.
Streiker, Lowell D. 1971. The Jesus Trip: Advent of the Jesus Freaks. Nashville: Abingdon.
Bookman, Sally Dobson. 1974. “Jesus People: A Religious Movement in a Midwestern City.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of California.
Di Sabatino, David. 2004. The Jesus People Movement: An Annotated Bibliography and General Resource. Lake Forest, CA: Jester Media, Second Edition
Ellwood, Robert S., Jr. 1973. One Way: The Jesus Movement and Its Meaning. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.