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Of Witches and the Holy Spirit: Christian Film Production in Ghana – by Katrien Pype

Of Witches and the Holy Spirit: Christian Film Production in Ghana – by Katrien Pype

Katrien Pype September 10, 2016 0

Katrien Pype on Birgit Meyer’s Sensational Movies Nollywood is a Lagos-based film industry that has been captivating wide audiences in Nigeria and its diasporas, and beyond. For more than a decade, Nollywood has attracted

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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 Christian guarantee? For many empirical observers, theology will not secure the answer, given the variety and fecundity of indigenous

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Here, There, and Everywhere – By Amit Gvaryahu

Here, There, and Everywhere – By Amit Gvaryahu

Amit Gvaryahu February 29, 2016 0

Amit Gvaryahu on on Richard Kalmin’s Migrating Tales When ISIS recently took over the historic city of Palmyra on the Silk Road, they declared they would not destroy the city but only the statues

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Piety, Peril, and the Politics of Place – By Jill DeTemple

Piety, Peril, and the Politics of Place – By Jill DeTemple

Jill DeTemple October 13, 2015 0

Jill DeTemple reviews Kevin O’Neill’s Secure the Soul As the recent debates in the US Congress remind us, security is an organizing principle that has become paramount in the post-9/11 era. It drives policy

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Worlds Together: Gregory, Julian, and the Heirs of the Classical Heritage – By John Anthony McGuckin

Worlds Together: Gregory, Julian, and the Heirs of the Classical Heritage – By John Anthony McGuckin

John Anthony McGuckin June 9, 2015 0

John Anthony McGuckin on Susanna Elm’s Sons of Hellenism, Fathers of the Church Susanna Elm has produced a work that shakes the classical pillars. Not just a paltry one or two pillars, like Samson,

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