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'Arresting and informative.... Double Crossed is a great read and a fresh, archive-intensive

contribution to our understanding of American intelligence during World War II.'―Washington

Post'Not only a profound history of American Christian missions but also one of the most original

and interesting histories of World War II in several decades.'―Christianity Today'Sutton covers

new territory in his interesting endeavor, as the work of the four has largely been secret until now.

Readers will be fascinated by his revelations.'―

Booklist

'Recommended for scholars of World War II and religious history, and the history of espionage, as

well as general readers interested in the intersection of American history and Christianity.'―

Library Journal'Sutton's research is impressive, his writing is clear, and his account is

exhaustive.... Sutton rescues a crucially important story that raises profound questions regarding

the relationship between God and country.'―Kirkus'This provocative book illuminates littlediscussed

history and raises larger philosophical questions. It is an unusually fresh and intelligent

addition to WWII literature.'―Publishers Weekly'Deeply-researched and engagingly written,

Matthew Sutton's Double Crossed fills a gap in the literatures on 20th century secret-intelligence

and the Second World War. Shinning a light on the cross-and-dagger intrigues of Protestant

missionaries who spied against the Axis, Sutton shows how they helped lay some of the moral and

even diplomatic foundations for what we now call globalization. This is both an adventure story

and an important contribution to the emerging study of religion as a handmaiden of 20th-century

secular power.'―Mark Riebling, author ofChurch of Spies: The Pope's Secret War Against

Hitler'In this absorbing book, Matthew Sutton skillfully and effortlessly guides his reader through

the life-and-death clandestine operations of the United States' missionary-spies: bible-believing

spooks who, during WWII, grappled internally with the contradictions of faith and violence, deep

love of family, and patriotic duty but who never shied away from advancing the Allied cause -- no

matter the cost. Double Crossed is an authoritative and highly revealing account of a (purposely)

hidden facet of church-state collusion in modern America.'―Darren Dochuk, author of

Anointed With Oil: How Christianity and Crude Made Modern America'Double Crossed tells

an astonishing and heretofore unknown story of the Christian missionaries and religious activists

who doubled as American spies during World War II. Although their wartime scheming often

conflicted with their religious principles, the work of the four men profiled here -- whose covert


operations ranged from Europe to Chi

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