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Freemasonry in American Religious History

Conference Announcement: Religion and Sexual Revolutions at the Danforth Center

Under The Radar: Interviews with Historians You Should Know

Religion and the Natural Elements

The Color of Christ Meets a Cast of Critiques: A Response from Edward J. Blum and Paul Harvey

The Color of Christ Meets a Cast of Critiques: Part III of Series from the 2013 AAR

The Color of Christ Meets a Cast of Critiques: Part II of a Series from the 2013 AAR

The Color of Christ Meets a Cast of Critiques: Part I of a Series from the 2013 AAR

Shepherds of the Empire: Mark Correll on German Fundamentalism

EIR/AAR Meeting: 19th Century Upstate New York Religions and their Heirs

Waco's Tipping Point

Francis Schlatter, an 1890s American Jesus

One Church, 175 Years

Experiential Learning: Teaching Race, Religion, and Ethnicity

What is Social Christianity Anyway?

More than Hobby Lobby: My Take as a Scholar of Religious History

Before the Flood: An Author Interview with Michael P. Kramer

What Do These Have in Common? Blogging as Scholarship, Last Kind Word Blues, and Major New Book on American Catholics and American Presidents 1960-2004

Giving History the Johnson Treatment

Reflect on Reflections of Amma

Day of DH 2014

Religion in California: Conference April 24-25

The Crisis of Biblical Authority in Early America

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"One Way!": The Jesus People and Countercultural Engagement

David King Offers Historical and International Perspectives on World Vision and Recent Controversies Over Its Marriage Policies

A New Look and Three New Interviews for Marginalia

"Much Love for the Children of Abraham Through His Son Ishmael:" The Mystery of My Book of Mormon

Geoge Mason University Signs Free Agent Lincoln Mullen to play Digital Humanities Point Guard Position