Showing posts from January, 2016

In the Beginning There Were No Indians, Africans, or Europeans...

5 Questions for Philip Sinitiere on his new book "Salvation With a Smile"

Call for Artists: Bodies of Christ: Visualizing Jesus Then and Now

CFP Round-up: Upcoming Deadlines for Conference Proposals

Teaching: Assigning Unessays

The Alliance of Baptists: An Interview with Andrew Gardner

For God and Globe: An Interview with Michael Thompson

An Interview with American Catholic Historical Association President Liam Brockey

CFP: ASCH Spring Meeting, April 7-10

New Books in American Religious History: 2016 Year in Preview, Part One (January-April)

Did Premillennialism Drive Political Conservatism? Why it matters.

#DigitalReligion News

Family Values and the Rise of the Christian Right. An interview with Seth Dowland.

6 Questions with John David Wilsey

ASCH Future Directions

Cultivating Private Gardens of Inward Spiritual Development: How the Wesleyan Methodists Became Fundamentalists

Where the Problem with Historical Data about U.S. Religion Really Lies