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An Ordinary Saint – By Elizabeth Clark

An Ordinary Saint – By Elizabeth Clark

Elizabeth Clark March 28, 2016 0

Elizabeth Clark on Gillian Clark’s Monica Gillian Clark’s exemplary book, Monica: An Ordinary Saint, is . . .

A Virtuous Village, a Pure Voice: The Moralization of Semiotic Form in the Christian Pacific – Webb Keane

A Virtuous Village, a Pure Voice: The Moralization of Semiotic Form in the Christian Pacific – Webb Keane

Webb Keane February 29, 2016 0

Webb Keane reviews Handman’s Critical Christianity and Harkness’s Songs of Seoul What does being a . . .

Babylon’s Imperial Allure – By Phillip M. Sherman

Babylon’s Imperial Allure – By Phillip M. Sherman

Phillip M. Sherman February 29, 2016 0

Phillip M. Sherman on Erin Runions’s The Babylon Complex Mythology matters. The stories we tell . . .

When Christians Became Iranian – By Kyle Smith

When Christians Became Iranian – By Kyle Smith

Kyle Smith February 13, 2016 0

Kyle Smith on Richard Payne’s A State of Mixture The story typically told about the . . .

Holy Ghosts – By Christopher Mayo

Holy Ghosts – By Christopher Mayo

Christopher Mayo February 1, 2016 0

Christopher Mayo on Rebecca Suter’s Holy Ghosts Francis Xavier kicked off a “Christian century” when . . .

Charisma and the Place of the Prophet in Our Times – By Girish Daswani

Charisma and the Place of the Prophet in Our Times – By Girish Daswani

Girish Daswani February 1, 2016 0

Girish Daswani on Ruy Llera Blanes’ A Prophetic Trajectory In 2013, T.B. Joshua, the controversial . . .

Why Place Matters – By James Bielo

Why Place Matters – By James Bielo

James S. Bielo January 16, 2016 0

James Bielo on Mark Mulder’s Shades of White Flight Racial inequality plagues America. This fact . . .

Pressing On: Pentecostalism and Perseverance – By Anna Strhan

Pressing On: Pentecostalism and Perseverance – By Anna Strhan

Anna Strhan January 16, 2016 0

Anna Strhan on Girish Daswani’s Looking Back, Moving Forward What does it mean to keep . . .

Tracing out the Limits of Pentecostalism in Africa – By Konstanze N’Guessan

Tracing out the Limits of Pentecostalism in Africa – By Konstanze N’Guessan

Konstanze N’Guessan January 16, 2016 0

Konstanze N’Guessan on Martin Lindhardt’s edited volume, Pentecostalism in Africa On 18 September 2010, I . . .

Redeeming Jimmy Carter – By Andrew R. Murphy

Redeeming Jimmy Carter – By Andrew R. Murphy

Andrew R. Murphy November 9, 2015 0

Andrew R. Murphy on Randall Balmer’s Redeemer Just in case readers might miss the significance . . .