This book is essentially a window into the lives and faiths of Appalachian Pentecostal believers. Here you see pictures of very humble churches and of humble people of faith as they worship along with commentary that puts the pictures in context. This is a great way to get a real feel of a way of life that can only inspire awe and respect. “A remarkable achievement. Mountain Holiness combines Warren Brunner’s poignant and sensitive photographs with a succinct narrative by Deborah McCauley, the preeminent authority on Appalachian mountain religion. This is a landmark study that sheds light on one of the most neglected subjects in American religion.”—Randall Balmer.
Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 2003. 209 pages replete with photos by Warren Brunner and with a Brief Bibliography. 8" X10" trade paperback.