Showing posts from July, 2012

The Fan Who Knew Too Much

Considering the Historicity of the Book of Mormon and the Miraculous in Mormon Studies


Paul Harvey enters New Demographic

Evangelical Catholicism: Finding Commitment beyond Belief

Was Jesus Lily White?

Why I Like Larry Flynt Better than Hugh Hefner

Choosing a Pastor-President


"Adam and Eve" not "Adam and Steve": Sex, Race, and the Body of Christ

Black Catholics and American Sisters

Masterless Mistresses: Reprise of an RiAH Classic

The Bible, the School, and the Constitution, Redux

Papist Patriots and the Making of 18th- and 19th-Century Catholic Identity

The Spice of Popery

Beasts of the Southern Wild: Parable Meets Reality

From the AAR North American Religions Section Steering Committee

CFP: Religion and Romance


Tri-Faith America, Uni-Year Later

CFP: Religious Affections

In Hell, We Shall Be Free: On "Breaking Bad" (and Anti-Heroes on Television)

Religion, Religions, Religious: Pickup Basketball as Ritual and Communitas

Roger Williams, the First American? Some Thoughts on John Barry’s Roger Williams and the Creation of the American Soul


I've got a picture of Jesus

Faith and Resistance in the Vietnam Era: The Catonsville Nine

Hot Summer Reading

The Study of American Religions: Critical Reflections on a Specialization

Finding the Many in the One

Red State Religion

The Mormon Lens on American History

The Theology of Jonathan Edwards: Big New Book from Oxford

Histories of Nuns and the Church Hierarchy