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Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture ()

Vol. 77 N 1 2008

1. Clark Elizabeth A. The Celibate Bridegroom and His Virginal Brides: Metaphor and the Marriage of Jesus in Early Christian Ascetic Exegesis. - pp 1 -25

2. Griffiths, Fiona J. Siblings and the Sexes within the Medieval Religious Life. - pp 26 -53.

3. Scott, Paul Vested Struggles: The Social and Ecclesiological Significance of Stoles in Seventeenth-Century France. - pp 54 -72.

4. Fleming, Stephen J. The Religious Heritage of the British Northwest and the Rise of Mormonism. - pp 73 -104.


Vol. 77 N 2 2008

1. Engen, John Van Multiple Options: The World of the Fifteenth-Century Church. - pp 257 -284.

2. Njus, Jesse The Politics of Mysticism: Elisabeth of Spalbeek in Context. - pp 285 -317.

3. Lieburg, Fred van Interpreting the Dutch Great Awakening (17491755). - pp 318 -336.

4. Pasquier, Michael Though Their Skin Remains Brown, I Hope Their Souls Will Soon Be White: Slavery, French Missionaries, and the Roman Catholic Priesthood in the American South, 17891865. - pp 337 -370.

5. Worthen, Molly The Chalcedon Problem: Rousas John Rushdoony and the Origins of Christian Reconstructionism. - pp 399 -437.


Vol. 77 N 3 2008

1. Powell, James M. Mendicants, the Communes, and the Law. - pp 557 -573.

2. Bruhn, Karen Sinne Unfoulded: Time, Election, and Disbelief among the Godly in Late Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century England. - pp 574 -595.

3. Blosser, Jacob M. Irreverent Empire: Anglican Inattention in an Atlantic World. - pp 596 -628. 
4. Weir, Todd The Secular Beyond: Free Religious Dissent and Debates over the Afterlife in Nineteenth-Century Germany. - pp 629 -658. 
5. Farrelly, Maura Jane God is the Author of Both: Science, Religion, and the Intellectualization of American Methodism. - pp 659 -687.


Vol. 77 N 4 2008

1. Modern, John Lardas Evangelical Secularism and the Measure of Leviathan. - pp 801 -876.

2. Urbano, Arthur Read It Also to the Gentiles: The Displacement and Recasting of the Philosopher in the Vita Antonii. - 877 -914.

3. Burson, Jeffrey D. The Crystallization of Counter-Enlightenment and Philosophe Identities: Theological Controversy and Catholic Enlightenment in Pre-Revolutionary France. - pp 955 -1002. 
4. Johnson, Sylvester A. Colonialism, Biblical World-Making, and Temporalities in Olaudah Equiano's Interesting Narrative. - pp 1003 -1024.


Vol. 78 N 1 2009

1. Ebel, Jonathan The Great War, Religious Authority, and the American Fighting Man. - pp 99 -133.


Vol. 78 N 2 2009

1. Bulthuis, Kyle T. Preacher Politics and People Power: Congregational Conflicts in New York City, 18101830. - pp 261 -282.

2. Neal, Lynn S. Christianizing the Klan: Alma White, Branford Clarke, and the Art of Religious Intolerance. - pp 350 -378.


Vol. 78 N 3 2009

1. Wacker, Grant Billy Graham's America. - pp 489 -511. 
2. Mews, Constant J. Liturgists and Dance in the Twelfth Century: The Witness of John Beleth and Sicard of Cremona . - pp 512 -548
3. Harrison, Anna I Am Wholly Your Own: Liturgical Piety and Community among the Nuns of Helfta. - pp 549 -583. 
4. Michelson, Emily Luigi Lippomano, His Vicars, and the Reform of Verona from the Pulpit. - pp 584 -605. 
5. Dowland, Seth Family Values and the Formation of a Christian Right Agenda. - pp 606 -631.


Vol. 78 N 4 2009

1. Washburn, Daniel A. Tormenting the Tormentors: A Reinterpretation of Eusebius of Vercelli's Letter from Scythopolis. - pp 731 -755. 
2. Appelbaum, Patricia St. Francis in the Nineteenth Century. -.pp 792 -813 
3. Kemeny, P. C. Banned in Boston: Moral Reform Politics and the New England Society for the Suppression of Vice. - pp 814 -846.


Vol. 79 N 1 2010

1. Sterk, Andrea Mission from Below: Captive Women and Conversion on the East Roman Frontiers. - pp 1 -39.
2. Roeber A. G. The Waters of Rebirth: The Eighteenth Century and Transoceanic Protestant Christianity. - pp 40 -76. 
3.  Catron John W. Evangelical Networks in the Greater Caribbean and the Origins of the Black Church. - pp 77 -114.
4. Mathieu, Edward C. Public Protestantism and Mission in Germany's Thuringian States, 18711914. - pp 115 -143. 
5.  Brown, Candy Gunther Chiropractic and Christianity: The Power of Pain to Adjust Cultural Alignments. - pp 144 -181.


Vol. 79 N 2 2010

1. Lippy, Charles H.  Chastized by Scorpions: Christianity and Culture in Colonial South Carolina, 16691740 . - pp 253-270.

2. Sterk, Andrea Representing Mission from Below: Historians as Interpreters and Agents of Christianization. - pp 271-304. 
3. Pearson, Timothy G. I Willingly Speak to You about Her Virtues: Catherine de Saint-Augustin and the Public Role of Female Holiness in Early New France. - pp 305-333. 
4. Oshatz, Molly No Ordinary Sin: Antislavery Protestants and the Discovery of the Social Nature of Morality. - pp 334-358. 
5. Brown, Gavin The Two Bodies of Christ: Communion Frequency and Ecclesiastical Discourse in PreVatican II Australian Catholicism . - pp 359-409.


Vol. 79 N 3 2010

1. Catherine M. Chin The Bishop's Two Bodies: Ambrose and the Basilicas of Milan. - pp 531 - 555.
2. Christopher W. Close One does not live by bread alone: Rural Reform and Village Political Strategies after the Peasants' War. - pp 556 - 584.
3. Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs Dutch Contributions to Religious Toleration. - pp 585 - 613.
4. Catherine L. Albanese Horace Bushnell among the Metaphysicians. - pp 614 - 653


Vol. 79 N 4 2010

1. Adam Darlage Double Honor: Elite Hutterite Women in the Sixteenth Century. - pp 753 - 782
2. Aida Gureghian Eternalizing a Nation: Armenian Hishatakarans in the Seventeenth Century. - pp 783 - 799
3. Eran Shalev Written in the Style of Antiquity: Pseudo-Biblicism and the Early American Republic, 17701830. - pp 800 - 826
4. Robert E. Alvis  Holy Homeland: The Discourse of Place and Displacement among Silesian Catholics in Postwar West Germany. - pp 827 - 859


Vol. 80 N 1 2011

1. Monica D. Fitzgerald Drunkards, Fornicators, and a Great Hen Squabble: Censure Practices and the Gendering of Puritanism. - pp 40 - 75.
2. Jennifer Graber Mighty Upheaval on the Minnesota Frontier: Violence, War, and Death in Dakota and Missionary Christianity. - pp 76 - 108.


Vol. 80 N 2 2011

1. Sven Meeder Boniface and the Irish Heresy of Clemens. - pp 251 - 280
2. Stan M. Landry That All May Be One? Church Unity and the German National Idea, 18661883. - pp 281 - 301
3. David P. King The West Looks East: The Influence of Toyohiko Kagawa on American Mainline Protestantism. - pp 302 - 320
4. Benjamin E. Zeller American Postwar Big Religion: Reconceptualizing Twentieth-Century American Religion Using Big Science as a Model. - pp 321 - 351


Vol. 80 N 3 2011

1.  Fabián Alejandro Campagne Demonology at a Crossroads: The Visions of Ermine de Reims and the Image of the Devil on the Eve of the Great European Witch-Hunt. - pp 467 - 497.
2.  Sarah R. Hammond God Is My Partner: An Evangelical Business Man Confronts Depression and War. - pp 498 - 519 .
3.  Kirstin Noreen Opening the Holy of Holies: Early Twentieth-Century Explorations of the Sancta Sanctorum (Rome). - pp 520 - 546.
4. Joseph Stubenrauch Silent Preachers in the Age of Ingenuity: Faith, Commerce, and Religious Tracts in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain. - pp 547 - 574.
5. Jon Butler FORUM: American Religion and the Great Depression. - pp. 575 - 578.
6.  Heather D. Curtis God Is Not Affected by the Depression: Pentecostal Missions during the 1930s. - pp 579 - 589 .
7.  Jonathan H. Ebel In Every Cup of Bitterness, Sweetness: California Christianity in the Great Depression. - pp 590 - 599.
8.  Alison Collis Greene The End of The Protestant Era? - pp. 600 - 610.


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