Recipient of the Grawemeyer Award for Religion Announced
Jonathan Edwards biographer George Marsden has received the 2005 Grawemeyer Award for religion.
Raise three cheers for University of Notre Dame professor George Marsden who has received the 2005 Grawemeyer Award for religion. The award honors Marsden for his recently published and much-heralded biography of Jonathan Edwards. Marsden discusses Jonathan Edwards: A Life on Volume 65 of the MARS HILL AUDIO Journal.
The Grawemeyer awards pay tribute to creative works and ideas in the sciences, arts, and humanities. Charles Grawemeyer, a University of Louisville alumnus, established them in 1984. More information about the awards is available through the web pages of the Grawemeyer Foundation. [Posted December 2004, ALG]