Readings


Religion

  • Four Cultures of the West, by John W. O'Malley.
  • The Production of American Religious Freedom, by Finbarr Curtis.
  • The Signifying Creator, by Michael D. Swartz.
  • The Orthodox Church in the Arab World 700–1700, Ed. by Samuel Noble and Alexander Treiger.
  • Creating Augustine, by E. L. Saak.
  • In the Beginning Was the Word, by Mark A. Noll.
  • The Curse of Ham, by David M. Goldenberg.
  • God in the Details, Ed. by Eric Michael Mazur and Kate McCarthy.
  • The Fate of the Apostles, by Sean McDowell.
  • Scribal Culture and the Making of the Hebrew Bible, by Karel van der Toorn.
  • Religion, Law and Society, by Russell Sandberg.
  • The Rise of Liberal Religion, by Matthew S. Hedstrom.
  • The Forgotten Kingdom, by Israel Finkelstein.
  • Equality, Freedom, and Religion, by Roger Trigg.
  • Angels, Demons and the New World, Ed. by Fernando Cervantes and Andrew Redden.
  • Fundamentalism, by Torkel Brekke.
  • The War on Heresy, by R. I. Moore.
  • The Unexpected Christian Century, by Scott W. Sunquist.
  • Keepers of the Keys of Heaven, by Roger Collins.
  • The Iron Princess, by Tryntje Helfferich.
  • Finding Faith, by Richard Flory and Donald E. Miller.
  • Conscience and Authority in the Medieval Church, by Alexander Murray.
  • Pluralism, by Kenneth Rose.
  • Biblical Archaeology: A Very Short Introduction, by Eric H. Cline.
  • Christianity and Religious Diversity, by Harold A. Netland.
  • Convent Chronicles, by Anne Winston-Allen.
  • When Christians First Met Muslims, by Michael Philip Penn.
  • A Sacred Kingdom, by Michael Edward Moore.
  • Can God Intervene?, by Gary Stern.
  • Liturgy and Literature in the Making of Protestant England, by Timothy Rosendale.
  • Wesley and theWesleyans, by John Kent.
  • God’s Empire, by Hilary M. Carey.
  • Souls of the City, by Etan Diamond.
  • Scriptural Geography, by Edwin James Aiken.
  • Holy Sci-Fi!, by Paul J. Nahin.
  • Oedipus and the Devil, by Lyndal Roper.
  • The Edge of Reason?, Ed. by Alex Bentley.
  • This Female Man of God, by Gillian Cloke.
  • The Post-Secular in Question, Ed. by Philip S. Gorski, David Kyuman Kim, John Torpey, and Jonathan VanAntwerpen.
  • A People of One Book, by Timothy Larsen.
  • Translation and Survival, by Tessa Rajak.
  • More or Less, by Jeff Shinabarger.
  • Religion in American History, Ed. by Amanda Porterfield and John Corrigan.
  • The End of Apologetics, by Myron Bradley Penner.
  • Benefit of the Doubt, by Gregory A. Boyd.
  • The Vanishing Evangelical, by Calvin Miller.
  • Missionary Scientists, by Andrés I. Prieto.
  • The Hole in Our Holiness, by Kevin DeYoung.
  • The Spanish Inquisition, by Helen Rawlings.
  • Dangerous Calling, by Paul David Tripp.
  • An Introduction to Jewish-Christian Relations, by Edward Kessler.
  • Hitler’s Pope, by John Cornwell.
  • A Sociology of Religious Emotion, by Ole Riis and Linda Woodhead.
  • Religious Rivalries in the Early Roman Empire and the Rise of Christianity, Ed. by Leif E. Vaage.
  • Roots of Hate, by William I. Brustein.
  • The Importance of Religion, by Gavin Flood.
  • Worldview and Mind, by Eugene Webb.
  • Sikhism: A Very Short Introduction, by Eleanor Nesbitt.
  • God, Justice, and Society, by Jonathan Burnside.
  • Faith and Fatherland, by Brian Porter-Szucs.
  • One Nation without God?, by David Aikman.
  • The Chosen, by Avi Beker.
  • Divine Discontent, by Jonathon S. Kahn.
  • Why Religion is Natural and Science is Not, by Robert N. McCauley.
  • The Blackwell Companion to Christian Spirituality, Ed. by Arthur Holder.
  • Mathematics and Religion, by Javier Leach.
  • Victorian Religious Discourse, by Jude V. Nixon.
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls: A Very Short Introduction, by Timothy H. Lim.
  • Secularism and Religion-Making, Ed. by Markus Dressler and Arvind Mandair.
  • Defining the Jacobean Church, by Charles W. A. Prior.
  • Science and Religion in Quest of Truth, by John Polkinghorne.
  • Church Unique, by Will Mancini.
  • Religion and Modern Society, by Bryan S. Turner.
  • Faith and Law, Ed. by Robert F. Cochran, Jr.
  • Why Religion is Natural and Science is Not, by Robert N. McCauley.
  • The Mystery of the Last Supper, by Colin J. Humphreys.
  • Secularization and Its Discontents, by Rob Warner.
  • God's Almost Chosen Peoples, by George C. Rable.
  • An Age of Saints?, Ed. by Peter Sarris, Matthew Dal Santo, and Phil Booth.
  • Earthen Vessels, by Matthew Lee Anderson.
  • End-Timers, by Martin Ballard.
  • Ranking Faiths, by James D. Davidson and Ralph E. Pyle.
  • The Re-enchantment of the World, by Gordon Graham.
  • Beyond the Witch Trials, Ed. by Owen Davies and Willem de Blécourt.
  • Religion and the Great Exhibition of 1851, by Geoffrey Cantor.
  • Daily Life During the Reformation, by James M. Anderson.
  • Abraham, the Nations, and the Hagarites, Ed. by Martin Goodman, George H. van Kooten, and Jacques T.A.G.M. van Ruiten.
  • Puritanism: A Very Short Introduction, by Francis J. Bremer.
  • Love, by Carter Lindberg.
  • Jewish Babylonia between Persia and Roman Palestine, by Richard Kalmin.
  • A Public Faith, by Miroslav Volf.
  • Another Reformation, by Peter Ochs.
  • 10 Things Jesus Never Said, by Will Davis Jr.
  • Supernatural Selection, by Matt J. Rossano.
  • Evangelical Christianity and Democracy in Africa, Ed. by Terence O. Ranger.
  • Garden Spot, by David Walbert.
  • Practicing Protestants, Ed. by Laurie F. Maffly-Kipp, Leigh E. Schmidt, and Mark Valeri.
  • Philosophy and Politics in the Thought of John Wyclif, by Stephen E. Lahey.
  • Introduction to Second Temple Judaism, by Lester L. Grabbe.
  • Heavenly Merchandize, by Mark Valeri.
  • Crazy for God, by Frank Schaeffer.
  • Redemption, by Mike Wilkerson.
  • New Religions and the Nazis, by Karla Poewe.
  • Dominion of God, by Brett Edward Whalen.
  • Talking to the Other, by Jonathan Magonet.
  • God’s Battalions, by Rodney Stark.
  • God and Evolution, Ed. by Jay W. Richards.
  • Ancient Judaism, by Michael E. Stone.
  • Enforcing Reformation in Ireland and Scotland, 1550–1700, Ed. by Elizabethanne Boran and Crawford Gribben.
  • New Faiths, Old Fears, by Bruce B. Lawrence.
  • Christ And Human Rights, by George Newlands.
  • The Disappearing God Gap?, by Corwin E. Smidt, Kevin R. Den Dulk, Bryan T. Froehle, James M. Penning, and Douglas L. Koopman.
  • Criticism of Religion, by Roland Boer.
  • Text, Thought, and Practice in Qumran and Early Christianity, Ed. by Ruth A. Clements and Daniel R. Schwartz.
  • The Earliest History of the Christian Gathering, by Valeriy A. Alikin.
  • Justice and Compassion in Biblical Law, by Richard H. Hiers.
  • Racism and God-Talk, by Rubén Rosario Rodríguez.
  • God Speaks to Us, Too, by Susan M. Shaw.
  • Human Rights or Religious Rules?, by Johannes A. van der Ven.
  • Studying Christianity, by William H. Brackney.
  • The Enlightenment and Religion, by S. J. Barnett.
  • Aesthetics and Analysis in Writing on Religion, by Daniel Gold.
  • New Faith in Ancient Lands, Ed. by Heleen Murre-van den Berg.
  • Reason, Grace, and Sentiment: Volume 2, Shaftesbury to Hume, by Isabel Rivers.
  • Beauty for Truth's Sake, by Stratford Caldecott.
  • The Church of Mary Tudor, Ed. by Eamon Duffy and David Loades.
  • Religion And Law, by Peter W. Edge.
  • The New Anti-Catholicism, by Philip Jenkins.
  • The Templars, by Michael Haag.
  • Faith in Science, Ed. by W. Mark Richardson and Gordy Slack.
  • God's Own Party, by Daniel K. Williams.
  • Swimming the Christian Atlantic, by Jonathan Schorsch.
  • Understanding Religion, by Benson Saler.
  • Christianity and Roman Society, by Gillian Clark.
  • Religion, Spirituality and the Social Sciences, Ed. by Basia Spalek and Alia Imtoual.
  • The Gospel and Henry VIII, by Alec Ryrie.
  • Liturgy and the Beauty of the Unknown, by David Torevell.
  • God of Liberty, by Thomas S. Kidd.
  • What's So Great about Christianity, by Dinesh D'Souza.
  • The True Wealth of Nations, Ed. by Daniel Finn.
  • History, Religion, and Culture, Ed. by Stefan Collini, Richard Whatmore, and Brian Young.
  • Crisis of the Seventeenth Century, by Hugh Trevor-Roper.
  • Civilizing Habits, by Sarah A. Curtis.
  • A Tale of Two Monasteries, by William Chester Jordan.
  • Everything You Know about Evangelicals Is Wrong (Well, Almost Everything), by Don Thorsen and Steve Wilkens.
  • The Trial of the Gospel, by Alexandru Neagoe.
  • American Saint, by John Wigger.
  • Evangelicals and Israel, by Stephen Spector.
  • Where Darwin Meets the Bible, by Larry A.Witham.
  • Spiritual, but not Religious, by Robert C. Fuller.
  • The Trinity and Creation in Augustine, by Scott A. Dunham.
  • A History of the Popes, by John W. O'Malley.
  • Minds and Gods, by Todd Tremlin.
  • Christianity under the Ancien Régime, 1648-1789, by W. R. Ward.
  • Religion and American Culture: A Reader, Ed. by David G.Hackett.
  • Protestants, by C. Scott Dixon.
  • Perfect Martyr, by Shelly Matthews.
  • Hermeneutics of Holiness, by Naomi Koltun-Fromm.
  • Milton and Toleration, Ed. by Sharon Achinstein and Elizabeth Sauer.
  • Republic of Righteousness, by Jonathan D. Sassi.
  • The Sepulchre of Christ and the Medieval West, by Colin Morris.
  • Inspiring Faith in Schools, Ed. by Marius Felderhof, Penny Thompson, and David Torevell.
  • God's Revolution, by Eberhard Arnold.
  • Making the American Religious Fringe, by Sean McCloud.
  • A City Upon a Hill, by Larry Witham.
  • Why Faith Matters, by David J. Wolpe.
  • Between Sacred and Profane, Ed. by Gordon Lynch.
  • The Rites of Identity, by Beth Eddy.
  • In Defense of Faith, by David Brog.
  • Religion and National Identity, Ed. by Robert Pope.
  • Barbarism and Religion, Vol. 4, by J. G. A. Pocock.
  • The Church and Secularity, by Robert Gascoigne.
  • The Cambridge Companion to Science and Religion, Ed. by Peter Harrison.
  • Demons and the Making of the Monk, by David Brakke.
  • Almost Christian, by Kenda Creasy Dean.
  • Burning to Read, by James Simpson.
  • The Quest for the Historical Israel, by Israel Finkelstein and Amihai Mazar.
  • Were the Jews a Mediterranean Society?, by Seth Schwartz.
  • The New Metaphysicals, by Courtney Bender.
  • God, Humanity, and History, by Robert Chazan.
  • Religion and Violence in Early American Methodism, by Jeffrey Williams.
  • Kierkegaard, Religion and the Nineteenth-Century Crisis of Culture, by George Pattison.
  • Religious Rivalries and the Struggle for Success in Sardis and Smyrna, Ed. by Richard S. Ascough.
  • A Third Testament, by Jonathan Adelman.
  • Truth in Science, the Humanities and Religion, Ed. by M.E.H. Nicolette Mout and Werner Stauffacher.
  • The Ages of Faith, by Norman Tanner.
  • Religion, Empire, and Torture, by Bruce Lincoln.
  • Enchanted Europe, by Euan Cameron.
  • A Very Brief History of Eternity, by Carlos Eire.
  • Does God Belong in Public Schools?, by Kent Greenawalt.
  • From Nicaea to Chalcedon, by Frances M. Young.
  • After the Baby Boomers, by Robert Wuthnow.
  • Literature and Religious Culture in Seventeenth-Century England, by Reid Barbour.
  • Early Romanticism and Religious Dissent, by Daniel E. White.
  • One King, One Faith, by Nancy Lyman Roelker.
  • You Can Change, by Tim Chester.
  • Faithful Performances, Ed. by Trevor A. Hart and Steven R. Guthrie.
  • Faith, Politics, and Power, by Rebecca Sager.
  • The Seven Pillars of Creation, by William P. Brown.
  • Hugh of Saint Victor, by Paul Rorem.
  • Galileo Goes to Jail, Ed. by Ronald L. Numbers.
  • Religion and Science in Context, by Willem B. Drees.
  • Religion and the American Future, Ed. by Christopher DeMuth and Yuval Levin.
  • Augustine of Hippo: A Life, by Henry Chadwick.
  • The Reason for God, by Timothy Keller.
  • American Babylon, by Richard John Neuhaus.
  • Jesus Without Religion, by Rick James.
  • Wired for Intimacy: How Pornography Hijacks the Male Brain, by William M. Struthers.
  • Israel and the Nations, by Josef Samuel Bloch.
  • The Two Reformations, by Heiko A. Oberman.
  • Why Have You Come Here?, by Nicholas P. Cushner.
  • Purity, Sacrifice, and the Temple, by Jonathan Klawans.
  • Debate and Dialogue, by Maijastina Kahlos.
  • The Return of Religion in France, by Enda McCaffrey.
  • A Paradise of Reason, by J. Rixey Ruffin.
  • The Divine Commodity, by Skye Jethani.
  • Desiring the Kingdom, by James K. A. Smith.
  • Monkey Trials and Gorilla Sermons, by Peter J. Bowler.
  • Casting Faiths, Ed. by Thomas David DuBois.
  • Landscape with Two Saints, by Lisa M. Bitel.
  • Losing My Religion, by William Lobdell.
  • The Gospels and Christian Life in History and Practice, by Richard Valantasis, Douglas K. Bleyle, and Dennis C. Haugh.
  • The Ten Lost Tribes, by Zvi Ben-Dor Benite.
  • Faith & Doubt, by John Ortberg.
  • Pure Pleasure, by Gary Thomas.
  • The God Who Smokes, by Timothy J. Stoner.
  • A Mended and Broken Heart, by Wendy Murray.
  • Explaining Christian Origins and Early Judaism, Ed. by Petri Luomanen, Ilkka Pyysiäinen & Risto Uro.
  • How to be Evangelical Without Being Conservative, by Roger E. Olson.
  • The New Shape of World Christianity, by Mark A. Noll.
  • The Dawkins Delusion?, by Alister McGrath and Joanna Collicutt McGrath.
  • The Right Questions, by Phillip E. Johnson.
  • God's Rivals, by Gerald R. McDermott.
  • John Calvin: A Pilgrim's Life, by Herman J. Selderhuis.
  • To Everyone an Answer, Ed. by Francis J. Beckwith, William Lane Craig and J. P. Moreland.
  • Jesus Made in America, by Stephen J. Nichols.
  • 6 Modern Myths About Christianity & Western Civilization, by Philip J. Sampson.
  • The New Faces of Christianity, by Philip Jenkins.
  • Forbidden Fruit, by Mark D. Regnerus.
  • Putting On Virtue, by Jennifer A. Herdt.
  • Exorcism and Enlightenment, by H. C. Erik Midelfort.
  • The Monotheists: Vol. II, by F. E. Peters.
  • The Monotheists: Vol. I, by F. E. Peters.
  • Priests, Prelates and People, by Nicholas Atkin and Frank Tallett.
  • Negotiating Darwin, by Mariano Artigas, Thomas F. Glick, and Rafael A. Martínez.
  • The Family in Christian Social and Political Thought, by Brent Waters.
  • Sacred Schisms, Ed. by James R. Lewis and Sarah M. Lewis.
  • God According to God, by Gerald L. Schroeder.
  • Cities of God, by Rodney Stark.
  • The Jews of Medieval Western Christendom, 1000–1500, by Robert Chazan.
  • The Faithful, by James M. O’Toole.
  • Apologetics for a New Generation, Ed. by Sean McDowell.
  • Jesus was a Liberal, by Scotty McLennan.
  • Ancient Religions, Ed. by Sarah Iles Johnston.
  • The Present Future, by Reggie McNeal.
  • The Rebirth of the Clinic, by Daniel P. Sulmasy.
  • Rediscovering America's Sacred Ground, by Barbara A. McGraw.
  • When Prayer Fails, by Shawn Francis Peters.
  • For the Glory of God, by Rodney Stark.
  • Sustainable Diplomacy, by David Joseph Wellman.
  • When God Stood Up, by James Cantelon.
  • The Formation of Christianity in Antioch, by Magnus Zetterholm.
  • Realized Religion, by Theodore J. Chamberlain and Christopher A. Hall.
  • Romancing the Difference, by Camille Kaminski Lewis.
  • Shifting Sands, by Thomas W. Davis.
  • The Spirit of the Disciplines, by Dallas Willard.
  • Dreams of Glory, by Richard K. Fenn.
  • Returning to Religion, by Jonathan Benthall.
  • Evangelical Disenchantment, by David Hempton.
  • Tales of Wonder, by Huston Smith.
  • Living Together, Living Apart, by Jonathan Elukin.
  • Knowing Christ Today, by Dallas Willard.
  • Jewish Fundamentalism and the Temple Mount, by Motti Inbari.
  • Writing History, Constructing Religion, Ed. by James G. Crossley and Christian Karner.
  • Modes of Faith, by Theodore Ziolkowski.
  • The Narnian, by Alan Jacobs.
  • The Final Days of Jesus, by Shimon Gibson.
  • The Social World of Jesus and the Gospels, by Robert F. Martin.
  • Hero of the Heartland, by Robert F. Martin.
  • After God, by Mark C. Taylor.
  • Remembering Abraham, Ed. by Nick Totton.
  • God’s Man for the Gilded Age, by Bruce J. Evensen.
  • The Truth About Conservative Christians, by Andrew Greeley & Michael Hout.
  • Heretic Lives, by Michael Frassetto.
  • Reaching for the Invisible God, by Philip Yancey.
  • The Family, by Jeff Sharlet.
  • God’s Secretaries, by Adam Nicolson.
  • Jewish Slavery in Antiquity, by Catherine Hezser.
  • Unholy Business, by Nina Burleigh.
  • Is God a Delusion?, by Eric Reitan.
  • What God Has Joined Together?, by David G. Myers and Letha Dawson Scanzoni.
  • A New Religious America, by Diana L. Eck.
  • The Blue Parakeet, by Scott McKnight.
  • Christianity and World Religions, by Gavin D’Costa.
  • From Civil to Political Religion, by Marcela Cristi.
  • Religion and Culture in Early Modern Europe, 1500–1800, by Kaspar Von Greyerz.
  • Reasons to Believe, by John Marks.
  • Making the Best of It, by John G. Stackhouse, Jr.
  • Quoting God, Ed. by Claire Hoertz Badaracco.
  • Life With God, by Richard J. Foster.
  • Religion Without God, by Ray Billington.
  • The Death of Christian Britain, by Callum G. Brown.
  • Sir John Templeton, by Robert L. Herrmann.
  • Original Sin, by Alan Jacobs.
  • Reasonable Faith, by William Lane Craig.
  • The Jesus Mysteries, by Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy.
  • Seven, by Jeff Cook.
  • The Great Omission, by Dallas Willard.
  • The Hebrew Bible, Ed. by Frederick E. Greenspahn.
  • The Early Reformation on the Continent, by Owen Chadwick.
  • Christianity and Sexuality in the Early Modern World, by Merry E.Wiesner-Hanks.
  • The Case for Religion, by Keith Ward.
  • Religious Pluralism, Globalization, and World Politics, by Loretta Napoleoni.
  • What is Truth?, by John M. Rist.
  • My Jesus Year, by Benyamin Cohen.
  • Joseph Smith Jr., Ed. by Reid L. Neilson and Terryl L. Givens.
  • Popes, Cardinals and War, by D.S. Chambers.
  • Hidden Heritage, by Janet Liebman Jacobs.
  • Constantine and the Christian Empire, by Charles Matson Odahl.
  • Christian Mystics, by Ursula King.
  • European Paganism, by Ken Dowden.
  • From Dawn to Decadence, by Jacques Barzun.
  • Nineteenth-Century Religion and Literature, by Mark Knight and Emma Mason.
  • Mormonism Explained, by Andrew Jackson.
  • The Evolution of Morality and Religion, by Donald M. Broom.
  • A Controversial Spirit, by Philip N. Mulder.
  • The French Wars of Religion, 1562–1629, by Mack P. Holt.
  • A Rumor About the Jews, by Stephen Eric Bronner.
  • Religious Interests in Community Conflict, Ed. by Paul A. Djupe and Laura R. Olson.
  • The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Authoritarianism, by Milan Zafirovski.
  • The Trial of the Templars, by Malcolm Barber.
  • The Grand Inquisitor’s Manual, by Jonathan Kirsch.
  • The Holocaust and Antisemitism, by Jocelyn Hellig.
  • The Myths of Zionism, by John Rose.
  • God's Continent, by Philip Jenkins.
  • Fields of Faith, Ed. by David F. Ford, Ben Quash, and Janet Martin Soskice.
  • God and Reason in the Middle Ages, by Edward Grant.
  • Antisemitism, by Marvin Perry and Frederick M. Schweitzer.
  • Holy Hatred: Christianity, Antisemitism, and the Holocaust, by Robert Michael.
  • Christianity and the Mass Media in America, by Quentin J. Schultze.
  • The Protestant Interest, by Thomas S. Kidd.
  • Webs of Reality, by William A. Stahl, Robert A. Campbell, Yvonne Petry, and Gary Laderman.
  • Science, Religion, and Society, Ed. by Arri Eisen and Gary Laderman.
  • People of Paradox, by Terry L. Givens.
  • Christianity on Trial, by Vincent Carroll and David Shiflett.



























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