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Revisiting Kierkegaard’s <i>Fear and Trembling</i>

Revisiting Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling

MRB May 24, 2017 0

Thomas J. Millay on Jeffrey Hanson’s Kierkegaard and the Life of Faith Any serious consideration . . .

Kinship with God: Indigenous Christianity in an Amazonian World

Kinship with God: Indigenous Christianity in an Amazonian World

MRB May 9, 2017 0

Ryan Schram on Aparecida Vilaça’s Praying and Preying In her latest book, Praying and Preying, . . .

The Wisdom of Death

The Wisdom of Death

Samuel Loncar April 27, 2017 0

Samuel Loncar considers how death can save our lives All life ends. The heat of . . .

Evangelicals and the New Urbanism

Evangelicals and the New Urbanism

MRB April 22, 2017 0

The troubled relationship of Christians and the City As American culture underwent the metamorphosis of . . .

God on the Brain: Cognitive Science and Natural Theology

God on the Brain: Cognitive Science and Natural Theology

MRB April 22, 2017 0

Karolina Prochownik on Helen De Cruz and Johan de Smedt’s A Natural History of Natural . . .

<i>I Am Not Your Negro</i>: A Review

I Am Not Your Negro: A Review

MRB April 10, 2017 0

Ciahnan Darrell on race in America The lie called race makes Judases of us all, . . .

Children of God

Children of God

MRB April 9, 2017 0

The meaning of children in early Christianity What is childhood? Does it correspond to age? . . .

Imagined Israel: The Problem of Pilgrimage in the Holy Land

Imagined Israel: The Problem of Pilgrimage in the Holy Land

MRB April 9, 2017 0

Michael A. Di Giovine on Hillary Kaell’s Walking Where Jesus Walked Christian pilgrimage to the . . .

Breaking the Law: Criticizing the Modern Study of Islamic Law

Breaking the Law: Criticizing the Modern Study of Islamic Law

MRB March 28, 2017 1

Joseph Lowry on Lena Salaymeh’s The Beginnings of Islamic Law Historical understanding is never achieved . . .

Sacred Text of a Different Sort

Sacred Text of a Different Sort

MRB March 28, 2017 0

The Glories of English Medieval Embroidery Let me begin by disclosing a bias. Having spent . . .