Bibliographic update January 2015: All

Journal of Religious History

European Connections, Obstacles, and the Search for a New Concept of Religion: The Freethought Movement as an Example of Transnational Anti-Catholicism in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
Lisa Dittrich, ONLINE EARLY
A Comparative Historical Categorisation of Anti-Catholicism
A European Culture War in the Twentieth Century? Anti-Catholicism and Anti-Bolshevism between Moscow, Berlin, and the Vatican 1922 to 1933
Incorporating the King's New Subjects: Accommodation and Anti-Catholicism in the British Empire, 1763–1815
Jessica L. Harland-Jacobs, ONLINE EARLY
Restorationist Counter-Enlightenment: Thomas M'Crie on the Concept of Civil Liberty
Fatih Durgun, vol. 38 (4): 476-498
Martin Luther in Nineteenth-Century France
David Mullan, vol. 38 (4): 499-515
“Like Barnabas and Saul”: Malagasy Converts in Britain, 1839–1841
Alison Fletcher, vol. 38 (4): 516-534
The Reign of Grace: Liberalism and Heresy in the New World
Simon A. Wood, vol. 38 (4): 535-560
Presbyterian Professor on the Prairies: President Walter Murray, the Co-Education Debate and the Role of Personal Faith in Creating an Inclusive University Culture, 1907–1921
Victoria Lamb Drover, vol. 38 (4): 561-578
The “Religion” Question in British Colonial and Commonwealth Censuses 1820s–2010s
Anthony J. Christopher, vol. 38 (4): 579-596
Religious Reforming Currents in Sixteenth-Century Italy: The Spirituali and the Tridentine Debates over Church Reform
Camilla Russell, vol. 38 (4): 457-475
Christopher J. Walker: Reason and Religion in Late Seventeenth-Century England: The Politics and Theology of Radical Dissent. London: I. B. Tauris, 2013; pp. ix + 302.
Nigel Aston, vol. 38 (4): 597-598
Terry Friedman: The Eighteenth-Century Church in Britain. New Haven, CT and London: Yale University Press, 2011; pp. xvi + 790. 520 b/w + 185 colour illustrations; CD-ROM. G. A. Bremner: Imperial Gothic: Religious Architecture and High Anglican Culture in
Gareth Atkins, vol. 38 (4): 598-602
Sohail H. Hashmi, ed.: Just Wars, Holy Wars, and Jihads: Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Encounters and Exchanges. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012; pp. xvi + 416.
Megan Cassidy-Welch, vol. 38 (4): 602-603
Duncan Robertson: Lectio Divina: The Medieval Experience of Reading. Collegeville, MN: Cistercian Publications, 2011; pp. xxi + 247.
Megan Cassidy-Welch, vol. 38 (4): 603-604
Larissa Tracy: Torture and Brutality in Medieval Literature. Cambridge, UK and Rochester, NY: D. S. Brewer, 2012; pp. x + 326.
Megan Cassidy-Welch, vol. 38 (4): 604-605
Sæbjørg Walaker Nordeide and Stefan Brink, eds: Sacred Sites and Holy Places: Exploring the Sacralization of Landscape through Time and Space. Turnhout: Brepols, 2013; pp. xii + 281.
Jane-Anne Denison, vol. 38 (4): 605-606
Eleanor H. Tejirian and Reeva Spector Simon: Conflict, Conquest and Conversion: Two Thousand Years of Christian Missions to the Middle East. New York: Columbia University Press, 2012; pp. xiv + 280.
James Enns, vol. 38 (4): 606-608
J. Barry Vaughn: Bishops, Bourbons, and Big Mules: A History of the Episcopal Church in Alabama. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, 2013; pp. xvi + 280.
Joanna Bowen Gillespie, vol. 38 (4): 608-609
Stephen W. Angell and Pink Dandelion, eds: The Oxford Handbook of Quaker Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014; pp. xix + 644.
Marcus Harmes, vol. 38 (4): 609-611
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