Articles from Church History (September 1, 2006)
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|Abandoned to Lust: Sexual Slander and Ancient Christianity.
||Penn, Michael Philip
|An Introduction to World Methodism.
||Richey, Russell E.
|Around the Family Altar: Domesticity in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1865-1900.
||Baldwin, Lewis V.
|Baptists in America.
||Miller, Glenn T.
|Black Magic: Religion and the African American Conjuring Tradition.
||Schmidt, Jalane D.
|Christianity and Roman Society.
||Tilley, Maureen A.
|Convent Chronicles: Women Writing about Women and Reform in the Late Middle Ages.
||Petroff, Elizabeth A.
|Creole Religions of the Caribbean: An Introduction from Vodou and Santeria to Obeah and Espiritismo.
|David O. McKay and the Rise of Modern Mormonism.
||Walker, Randi Jones
|Disciples of the Desert: Monks, Laity, and Spiritual Authority in Sixth-Century Gaza.
|Early New England: A Covenanted Society.
|Facade as Spectacle: Ritual and Ideology at Wells Cathedral.
||Courtenay, Lynn T.
|For a Great and Grand Purpose: The Beginnings of the AMEZ Church in Florida, 1864-1905.
||Israel, Charles A.
|Fortress of the Soul: Violence, Metaphysics, and Material Life in the Huguenots' New World, 1517-1751.
|From Meetinghouse to Megachurch: A Material and Cultural History.
||Kilde, Jeanne Halgren
|From Monastery to Hospital: Christian Monasticism and the Transformation of Health Care in Late Antiquity.
|From saint to seeker: Teresa Urrea's search for a place of her own.
|From tent meetings and store-front healing rooms to Walmarts and the Internet: healing spaces in the United States, the Americas, and the world, 1906-2006.
||Brown, Candy Gunther
|Hesitant steps: acceptance of the Gregorian calendar in eighteenth-century Geneva.
||McNutt, Jennifer Powell
|Houses of healing: sacred space, spiritual practice, and the transformation of female suffering in the faith cure movement, 1870-90.
||Curtis, Heather D.
|Isaac Taylor Tichenor. The Creation of the Baptist New South.
|John Climacus: From the Egyptian Desert to the Sinaite Mountain.
||Ebersole, Gary L.
|Kissing Christians: Ritual and Community in the Late Ancient Church.
||Knust, Jennifer Wright
|Making the American Religious Fringe: Exotics, Subversives, and Journalists, 1955-1993.
|Methodism: Empire of the Spirit.
|Miracles, early modern science, and rational religion.
|One Nation Under Law: America's Early National Struggles to Separate Church and State.
||Kidd, Thomas S.
|Opening Scripture: Bible Reading and Interpretive Authority in Puritan New England.
||Winship, Michael P.
|Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism: A Woman's Crusade.
|Politics and History in the Tenth Century: The Work and World of Richer of Reims.
||Noble, Thomas F.X.
|Redefining Female Religious Life: French Ursulines and English Ladies in Seventeenth-Century Catholicism.
|Religion and the Early Modern State: Views from China, Russia, and the West.
|Religious Women in Golden Age Spain: The Permeable Cloister.
||Christian, William A., Jr.
|Retribution, Repentance, and Reconciliation.
||Pals, Daniel L.
|Revolutionary England and the National Covenant: State Oaths, Protestantism, and the Political Nation, 1553-1682.
|Sacred Circles, Public Squares: The Multicentering of American Religion.
||DeBerg, Betty A.
|Saints and their Symbols: Recognizing Saints in Art and in Popular Images.
|Saints, Scholars, and Politicians: Gender as a Tool in Medieval Studies.
|The Art of the Franciscan Order in Italy.
|The Ascetic Self: Subjectivity, Memory, and Tradition.
|The Barons' Crusade: A Call to Arms and Its Consequences.
||Strait, Paul W.
|The Church and Mary.
|The covenantal quietism of Tobias Crisp (1).
|The King's Reformation: Henry VIII and the Remaking of the English Church.
||Seaver, Paul S.
|The Legacy of Jonathan Edwards: American Religion and the Evangelical Tradition.
||McClymond, Michael J.
|The quiet crusade: Moody Bible Institute's outreach to public schools and the mainstreaming of Appalachia, 1921-66.
|The Sacred Gaze: Religious Visual Culture in Theory and Practice.
|Themes in Religion and American Culture.
||Winiarski, Douglas L.