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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.
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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.
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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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