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Review 'Sara Patterson deftly situates Salvation Mountain within the important setting of the harsh desert from which it rises, the passionate responses of those who trekked to see artist and work, and the Evangelical religion that inspired the artist and sings loudly in the colorful mountain, even as it now slowly returns to the nowhere whence it came.'--David Morgan, author of The Embodied Eye: Religious Visual Culture and the Social Life of Feeling Read more About the Author Sara M. Patterson is an associate professor of theological studies at Hanover College, where she teaches courses on the history of Christianity, religion in America, and the intersections of religion, gender, race, and ethnicity. Read more