Showing posts from August, 2014

Why turn to conscience?

Women of Faith: A Conversation with Mary Beth Fraser Connolly

Arabs and Muslims in the Media: Race and Representation after 9/11 – A Review

Ben Carson, Atheism, Bibles, and the Politics of Religious Neutrality

Faith in War: An Interview with Matthew McCullough

David Ruggles, Puritan

Listening for Religion in all the Wrong Places

The Cross of War: Matthew McCullough's New Book on Christian Nationalism in the Spanish-American War

Who Are You Calling Liberal?

Interview with Nancy Wadsworth on Evangelicals Working for Racial Change, Part I

Female (Mis)Behavior, Class, and Religious Authority: Bath Attendants in Early America

The Histories of American Capitalism

Four Questions with Kate Carté Engel

Christian Historians & Their Publics: CFH 2014

Dispatches from the IUPUI Conference on the Bible in American Life

Book Review: Righteous Rhetoric: Sex, Speech, and the Politics of Concerned Women for America

Summer Reading: Going Clear


The "Black Manifesto" in Twentieth-Century American Religious History

Imagining "Time" in American Religious History

Failure and Humility in the Classroom and on the Road

Visualizing Presbyterian Statistics Through One Hundred Years