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An America Without Borders – by Samuel Loncar

An America Without Borders – by Samuel Loncar

Samuel Loncar February 3, 2017 0

The Editor reflects on the meaning of America What defines us is not our leaders . . .

“Every age is a Canterbury Pilgrimage”: <em>Art and the Sacred in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain</em> – by Emma Mason

“Every age is a Canterbury Pilgrimage”: Art and the Sacred in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain – by Emma Mason

MRB January 28, 2017 0

Emma Mason on Kathryn Barush’s Art and the Sacred Journey in Britain In a short . . .

Secularism in Black – by Joseph Winters

Secularism in Black – by Joseph Winters

Joseph Winters January 28, 2017 0

Joseph Winters on Jonathon Kahn and Vincent Lloyd’s Race and Secularism in America Secularism appears . . .

Angels or Animals? Remixing Religion and Evolution with Affect Theory – by Beatrice Marovich

Angels or Animals? Remixing Religion and Evolution with Affect Theory – by Beatrice Marovich

Beatrice Marovich January 28, 2017 0

Beatrice Marovich on Donovan Schaefer’s Religious Affects In the 1960s and 1970s, while observing chimpanzees . . .

The Priority of the Political: Politics Determines the Possibilities of Islam – by Mohammad H. Fadel

The Priority of the Political: Politics Determines the Possibilities of Islam – by Mohammad H. Fadel

Mohammad H. Fadel August 22, 2016 0

The second essay in a forum on Shahab Ahmed’s What is Islam? Chapter 2 of . . .

First Impressions #74:  John Shelby Spong On Biblical Literalism as a “Gentile Heresy”

First Impressions #74: John Shelby Spong On Biblical Literalism as a “Gentile Heresy”

Arthur Remillard March 1, 2016 0

A close reading of Matthew’s gospel reveals that a literal understanding of Jesus’s story obscures . . .

The Beauty of Blighted Bodies? – By Taraneh Wilkinson

The Beauty of Blighted Bodies? – By Taraneh Wilkinson

Taraneh Wilkinson February 13, 2016 0

Taraneh Wilkinson on Kristina Richardson’s Difference and Disability in the Medieval Islamic World The current . . .

Is Compassion Kosher? – By Kari Weil

Is Compassion Kosher? – By Kari Weil

Kari Weil December 29, 2015 0

Kari Weil on Gross’s Question of the Animal and Religion For most Americans, animals are . . .

Representing the Jews in Medieval Iberia – By Eva Frojmovic

Representing the Jews in Medieval Iberia – By Eva Frojmovic

Eva Frojmovic December 29, 2015 0

Eva Frojmovic on Pamela Patton’s Art of Estrangement This important book undertakes for the first . . .

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 . . .