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Community Conflict, Public Opinion and the Law: The Amish Dispute in Iowa, by Harrel R. Rogers, Jr., 11: 539-41.
Education of Catholic Americans, The, by Andrew M. Greeley and Peter H. Rossi, 9: 113-17.
Effectiveness of Lutheran Elementary and Secondary Schools as Agencies of Christian Education, The, by Ronald L. Johnstone, 9: 113-17.
Freedom and the Court: Civil Rights and Liberties in the United States, by Henry J. Abraham, 9: 396-97.
Hugo Grotius, The Miracle of Holland: A Study in Political and Legal Thought, by Charles S. Edwards, 24: 622-23.
Prayer in the Public Schools: Law and Attitude Change, by William K. Muir, Jr., 10: 308-11.
Religion and the Search for New Ideals in the USSR, by William C. Fletcher and Anthony J. Strover, 10: 148-50.
Religious Right and Christian Faith, The, by Gabriel Fackre, 25: 548-49.
School Prayer Decisions, The: From Court Policy to Local Practice, by Kenneth M. Dolbeare and Phillip E. Hammond, 14: 133-35.
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Taking Rights Seriously, by Ronald Dworkin, 21: 325-26.
Wall of Separation, The: The Constitutional Politics of Church and State, by Frank J. Sorauf, 20: 317-19.
Blood and Religion: The Conscience of Henri IV, by Ronald S. Love, 45: 595-96.
Consuming Visions: Mass Culture and the Lourdes Shrine, by Suzanne K. Kaufman, 47: 625-26.
Inquisitorial Inquiries: Brief Lives of Secret Jews & Other Heretics, edited and translated by Richard L. Kagan and Abigail Dyer, 48: 695-97.
Religion, Politics and Diversity: The Church-State Theme in New York History, by John Webb Pratt, 10: 117-19.
School Prayers: Congress, the Courts and the Public, by John J. Laubach, 12: 135-37.
Why Churches Should Not Pay Taxes, by Dean M. Kelley, 21: 114-15.
Phillips, J. Stephen
Evangelicalism: An Americanized Christianity, by Richard Kyle, 48: 896-97.
Over the Wall: Protecting Religious Expression in the Public Square, by Frank Guliuzza, III, 42: 583-84.
Public Faith, A: Evangelicals and Civic Engagement, by Michael Cromartie, 46: 902-04.
Religion and the New Republic: Faith in the Founding of America, by James H. Hutson, 42: 391-92.
Roger Williams: Prophet of Liberty, by Edwin S. Gaustad, 43: 821-22.
Sermons at Court: Politics and Religion in Elizabethan and Jacobean Preaching, by Peter E. McCullough, 41: 385.
Phillips, Robert L.
Can Modern War Be Just?, by James Turner Johnson, 28: 337-38.
Calvin in Context, by David C. Steinmetz, 38: 663.
Seers of God: Providentialism in the Restoration and Early Enlightenment, by Michael P. Winship, 39: 157-58.
Piar, Carlos R.
Secret Dialogues: Church-State Relations, Torture, and Social Justice in Authoritarian Brazil, by Kenneth P. Serbin, 43: 614-15.
Pierard, Richard V.
American Extremists: Militias, Supremacists, Klansmen, Communists and Others, by John George and Laird Wilcox, 40: 912-13.
Beloved Community, The: How Faith Shapes Social Justice, From the Civil Rights Movement to Today, by Charles Marsh, 49: 159-60.
Broken Covenant, The: American Civil Religion in Time of Trial, by Robert N. Bellah, 19: 120-22.
Captain America and the Crusade against Evil, by Robert Jewett and John Shelton Lawrence, 48: 230-31.
Christian Right in American Politics, The: Marching to the Millennium, edited by John C. Green, Mark J. Rozell, and Clyde Wilcox, 46: 669-70.
Christians and Missionaries in India: Cross-Cultural Communication since 1500, edited by Robert Eric Frykenberg, 47: 153-54.
Church and State in Tanzania: Aspects of a Changing Relationship, 1961-1994, by Frieder Ludwig, 44: 571-72.
Churches and the Third Reich, The, Vol. I, by Klaus Scholder, 31: 317-18.
Der SED-Staat und die Kirche: Der Weh in die Ampassung, by Gerhard Besier, 37: 651-52.
God’s Choice: The Total World of a Fundamentalist Christian School, by Alan Peshkin, 29: 323-24.
Gods of the Blood: The Pagan Revival and White Separatism, by Mattias Gardell, 48: 699-700.
Listen, America!, by Jerry Falwell, 24: 404-05.
Our Star-Spangled Faith, by Donald B. Kraybill, 19: 363-64.
Redeemer Nation: The Idea of America’s Millennial Role, by Ernest Lee Tuveson, 17: 344-45.
Robert E. Speer: Prophet of the American Church, by John F. Piper, Jr., 45: 831-32.
Saving Old Glory: The History of the American Flag Desecration Controversy, by Robert Justin Goldstein, 40: 910-11.
So Help Me God: The Faith of America’s Presidents, by John McCollister, 173.
Tocqueville’s Civil Religion: American Christianity and the Prospects for Freedom, by Sanford Kessler, 37: 916.
Year of Disillusionment, The: 1934 Barmen and Rome, by Klaus Scholder, 32: 629-30.
Zeitgenomeher Rechtsextremismus in den Vereinigten Staaten: Orgamsation, Ideologie, Methoden und Einfluss, dargestellt unter Berucksichtigung der John Birch Society, by Rudiger Bernd Wersich, 23: 572-73.
Pinson, William M., Jr.
Politics of God and the Politics of Man, The, by Jacques Ellul, 16: 519-21.
Religion and Contemporary Society, edited by Harold Stahmer, 7: 448-50.
Piper, John F., Jr.
Conscience and Action: Social Statements of the American Lutheran Church, 1961-1970, edited by Carl F. Reuss, 19: 597-98.
Pipkin, H. Wayne
Calvinism and the Amyraut Heresy, by Brian G. Armstrong, 14: 331-34.
Church and the Secular Order in Reformation Thought, The, by John Tonkin, 15: 140-44.
Constructive Revolutionary, The: John Calvin and His Socio-Economic Impact, by W. Fred Graham, 14: 331-34.
Darkening Valley: A Biblical Perspective on Nuclear War, by Dale Aukerman, 32: 893.
German Peasants’ War and Anabaptist Community of Goods, The, by James M. Stayer, 34: 139-40.
Great Light, The: Luther and Reformation, by James Atkinson, 12: 515-18.
Impact of the Church Upon Its Culture, edited by Jerald C. Brauer, 12: 153-55.
John Hus: A Biography, by Matthew Spinka, 13: 530-31.
Luther, Erasmus and the Reformation: A Catholic-Protestant Reappraisal, edited by John C. Olin, James D. Smart, and Robert E. McNally, 12: 515-18.
Mysticism and Dissent: Religious Ideology and Social Protest in the Sixteenth Century, by Steven E. Ozment, 15: 140-44.
Philip Melanchthon, Reformer Without Honor, by Michael Rogness, 12: 518-20.
Rome in the High Renaissance: The Age of Leo X, by Mittchell Bonner, 21: 366-68.
Trial of Luther, The, by James Atkinson, 14: 331-34.
Witch Hunting in Southwestern Germany 1562-1684: The Social and Intellectual Foundations, by H. C. Erick Midelfort, 15: 140-44.
World of the Reformation, The, by Hans J. Hillerbrand, 21: 366-68.
Zwingli’s Theocracy, by Robert C. Walton, 12: 147-49.
Government’s End: Why Washington Stopped Working, by Jonathan Rauch, 42: 869-70.
Sustaining the Common Good: A Christian Perspective on the Global Economy, by John B. Cobb, Jr., 38: 905.
Prophethood of All Believers, The, by James Luther Adams, 30: 569-70.
Voluntary Associations, by James Luther Adams, 30: 569-70.
Pitts, William L.
Anabaptism in Outline: Selected Primary Sources, edited by Walter Klaasen, 24: 412-13.
Bare Ruined Choirs: The Dissolution of the English Monasteries, by David Knowles, 20: 143-44.
Between Pulpit and Pew: Folk Religion in a North Yorkshire Fishing Village, by David Clark, 27: 544-45.
Catholicism, by Richard P. McBrien, 26: 146.
Church Related Higher Education: Perceptions and Perspectives, edited by Robert Rue Parsonage, 24: 631.
Critical Moments in Religious History, edited by Kenneth Keulman, 38: 915.
Cult Experience, The, by Andrew J. Pavlos, 26: 145-46.
Eerdmans’ Handbook to the History of Christianity, edited by Tim Dowley, 21: 572-73.
English Catholic Church in the Nineteenth Century, The, by Edward Norman, 28: 137-38.
English Churches in a Secular Society, The: Lambeth, 1870-1930, by Jeffrey Cox, 27: 544-45.