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The World the Reformation Made?

The World the Reformation Made?

Alex Adam November 10, 2017 0

Joel F. Harrington on the modern world and the meaning of the Reformation In 1976, the novelist Kingsley Amis imagined a modern world in which the Protestant Reformation had never occurred. In his counterfactual

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Modernity and Mineness – By Andrew Dole

Modernity and Mineness – By Andrew Dole

Andrew Dole April 11, 2016 0

Andrew Dole on Kevin Hector’s Theological Project of Modernism My life revolves around a variety of projects. Some are mostly under my control: there are books I want to write, home improvements in which

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First Impressions #15: Isaac Weiner

First Impressions #15: Isaac Weiner

Arthur Remillard August 5, 2014 0

Art Remillard talks with Isaac Weiner about his new book Religion Out Loud: Religious Sound, Public Space, and American Pluralism. Weiner is Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture in the Department of Comparative Studies

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Social Power, Pluralism, and Religious Sound in America – By Richard Kent Evans

Social Power, Pluralism, and Religious Sound in America – By Richard Kent Evans

Richard Kent Evans June 24, 2014 0

Richard Kent Evans on Isaac Weiner’s Religion Out Loud Philadelphia in the late nineteenth century was a noisy place. The clip-clop of horse hooves began to compete with the metal-on-metal sound of rapid industrial

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<i>The Twilight of the American Enlightenment</i> – By George M. Marsden

The Twilight of the American Enlightenment – By George M. Marsden

George M. Marsden May 27, 2014 0

An excerpt from George M. Marsden’s latest book [This MRB exclusive is excerpted from The Twilight of the American Enlightenment: The 1950s and the Crisis of Liberal Belief, by George M. Marsden, with permission from Basic

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