Difference and Dissent: Theories of Tolerance and Early Modern Europe, edited by Cary J. Nederman and John Christian Laursen, 40: 681-82.
Brister, C. W.
Abortion, Counseling and Social Change, by Arlene Carmen and Howard Moody, 19: 605-06.
Brockwell, Charles W., Jr.
Cardinal Protectors of England, The: Rome and the Tudors before the Reformation, by William E. Wilkie, 17: 507-08.
Church, Society, and Politics: Papers Read at the Thirteenth Summer Meeting and Fourteenth Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society, edited by Derek Baker, 21: 561-63.
John Wyclif as Legal Reformer, by William Farr, 20: 551-52.
Broderick, Francis L.
God, Church, and Flag: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy and the Catholic Church, 1950-1957, by Donald F. Crosby, 21: 345-47.
Bromley, David S.
Odyssey of New Religious Movements, The: Persecution, Struggle, Legitimation: A Case Study of the Unification Church, by John Biennans, 30: 359-60.
Brown, C. Mackenzie
Christians in Secular India, by Abraham Vazhayil Thomas, 18: 348-50.
Brown, Dale W.
Brethren Society: The Cultural Transformation of a “Peculiar People,” by Carl F. Bowman, 39: 148-49.
God or Nations: Radical Theology for the Religious Peace Movement, by William Durland, 32: 894-95.
Gospel of Peace, The: A Scriptural Message for Today’s World, by Ulrich Mauser, 35: 433-34.
Brown, Edward M.
Madness, Religion, and the State in Early Modern Europe: A Bavarian Beacon, by Mark Lederer, 49: 358-59.
Brown, G. Thompson
Christianity in China: Protestant Missionary Writings, by Suzanne Wilson Barnett, 30: 175.
Brown, Lyle C.
Christianity and Revolution: The Lesson of Cuba, by Leslie Dewart, 6: 101-02.
Church and State in Latin America: A History of Politico-Ecclesiastical Relations, by J. Lloyd Mecham, 8: 279-81.
Church and the Latin American Revolution, The, by Francois Houtart and Emile Pin, 9: 134-35.
Diplomatic Relations between the United States and Mexico, as Affected by the Struggle for Religious Liberty in Mexico, 1925-1929, The, by Elizabeth Ann Rice, 2: 188-90.
Faith of the Russian Evangelicals, The, by J. C. Pollock, 7: 281-82.
Josephus Daniels in Mexico, by E. David Cronon, 3: 89-91.
Latin American Christian Democratic Parties, by Edward J. Williams, 11: 333-34.
Military Establishment, The, by John M. Swomley, Jr., 7: 283-84.
Our Claim on the Future: A Controversial Collection from Latin America, edited by Jorge Lara-Braud, 14: 155-56.
Religion and the Public Order, 1963: An Annual Review of Church and State and of Religion, Law, and Society, edited by Donald R. Giannella, 7: 105-06.
Browne, P. D.
Christian and Politics, The, by Daniel R. Grant, 11: 347-48.
Church Trap, The, by Arthur Herzog, 12: 161.
Church Unbound, The, by Norman K. Gottwald, 11: 169.
Conscience of a Christian, The, by T. B. Maston, 16: 347-48.
Cromwell, edited by Maurice Ashley, 11 : 558-59.
Icon and Pulpit: The Protestant-Orthodox Encounter, by Carnegie Samuel Calian, 11: 553-54.
Invitation to Hope, An, by Pope John XXIII, 10: 158.
John XXIII and American Protestants, by Eugene C. Bianchi, 12: 162.
Lost Fatherland, by John B. Toews, 11: 168.
“Move Over’: Students, Politics, Religion, by Francis Carling, 11: 559.
New England Conscience, The, by Austin Warren, 11: 553.
Power Structures and the Church, by David S. Schuller, 12: 342-43.
Religion Goes to School, by David L. Barr and James V. Panoch, 10: 486.
Religious History of America, A, by Edwin Scott Gaustad, 10: 319-20.
Religious Studies in Public Universities, edited by Milton D. McLean, 10: 486-87.
Why Live the Christian Life?, by Thomas Bufford Maston, 19: 139.
Discrimination and Public Policy in Northern Ireland, edited by Robert J. Cormack and Robert D. Osborne, 35: 430.
Edinburgh Divided: John Cormack and No Popery in the 1930’s, by Tom Gallagher, 30: 574-77.
Glasgow the Uneasy Peace, by Tom Gallagher, 30: 574-77.
Bruneau, Thomas C.
Protestantism and Repression: A Brazilian Case Study, by Rubem Alves, 29: 137-38.
Bryant, J. Chester
The Education of the West: A Formative Chapter in the History of Civilization, by R. Freeman Butts, 19: 126-27.
Bryson, Joseph E.
Church Schools and Public Money, by Edd Doerr and Albert J. Menendez, 34: 868-69.
Buckley, Thomas E., S.J.
Neighbors, Friends, or Madmen: The Puritan Adjustment to the Quakerism in Seventeenth-Century Massachusettes Bay, by Jonathan M. Chu, 29: 349-50.
Budwig, Ernest G.
Jew As Pariah, The: Jewish Identity and Politics in the Modern Age, by Hannah Arendt, 22: 165
Meet the American Jew, edited and compiled by Belden Menkus, 8: 300-02.
Political Cohesion of American Jews in American Politics: A Reappraisal of Their Role in Presidential Elections, by M. S. El Azhary, 25: 172-73.
Some of My Best Friends . . . , by Benjamin R. Epstein and Arnold Forster, 6: 384-85.
State of the Jews, The, by Marie Syrkin, 24: 160-61.
The Meaning of Marriage: Family, State, Market and Morals, edited by Robert P. George and Jean Bethke Elshtain, 49: 558-61.
Buell, Erwin C.
Christian Ethics and the Dilemmas of Foreign Policy, by Kenneth W. Thompson, 3: 107-09.
Bullion, John L.
Puritans in America, The: A Narrative Anthology, by Alan Heimert, 29: 154.
Bumsted, J. M.
Congregational Commonwealth: Connecticut 1636-1662, by Mary Jeanne Anderson Jones, 12: 523-25.
Pilgrim Colony: A History of New Plymouth 1620-1691, by George D. Langdon, Jr., 10: 314-16.
Burckhardt, Jochem F.
Die Deutschen Christen Bayerns in Rahmen des bayerischen Kirchenkampfes, by Helmut Baier, 14: 354-55.
Crossing the Gods: World Religions and Worldly Politics, by N. J. Demerath, III, 44: 823-24.
Burke, John Francis
Becoming Free: Autonomy and Diversity in the Liberal Polity, by Emily R. Gill, 44: 175-77.
Costa Rican Catholic Church, Social Justice, and the Rights of Workers, 1979-1996, The, by Dana Sawchuk, 47: 629-30.
Divine Sovereignty: The Origins of Modern State Power, by Daniel Engster, 44: 830-31.
Opting for Democracy?: Liberation Theology and the Struggle for Democracy in Brazil, by Iain S. Maclean, 42: 859-60.
Politics in the Vernacular: Nationalism, Multiculturalism, and Citizenship, by Will Kymlicka, 44: 175-77.
Tertullian und das RiJmlsche Reich, by Richard Klein, 12: 323-26.
For a “Christian America”: A History of the Religious Right, by Ruth Murray Brown, 45: 188-89.
Burleson, Blake W.
Proselytization and Communal Self-Determination in Africa, by Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im, 43: 353-55.
Burnett, Amy Nelson
The Radical Reformation, edited by Michael G. Baylor, 35: 171-72.
Burnett, Joel S.
From Charity to Social Justice: The Emergence of Communal Institutions for the Support of the Poor in Ancient Judaism, by Frank M. Loewenberg, 45: 811-12.
Burns, Loretta T.
God and Greater Britain: Religion and National Life in Britain and Ireland, 1843-1945, by John Wolffe, 38: 910.
Burns, Robert E.
Fall and Rise of the Irish Nation, The: The Catholic Question 1690-1830, by Thomas Bartlett, 35: 887-88.
Roman Catholic Church and the Home Rule Movement in Ireland, 1870-1874, The, by Emmet Larkin, 32: 881-82.
Burrell, Sydney A.
Prelate as Pastor: The Episcopate of James I, by Kenneth Fincham, 34: 604-05.
Britain and the Vatican During the Second World War, by Owen Chadwick, 30: 142-43.
Burrow, Rufus, Jr.
Black Political Theology, A, by J. Deotis Roberts, 48: 457-58.
Christianity on Trial: Africa-American Religious Thought Before and After Black Power, by Mark L. Chapman, 40: 498-500.
Burtness, James H.
The Word and the Law, by Milner S. Ball, 38: 419-20.
Bussey, Barry W.
Family Transformed: Religion, Values, and Society in American Life, by Steven M. Tipton and John Witte, Jr., 48: 706-07.
From Civil to Political Religion: The Intersection of Culture, Religion and Politics, by Marcela Cristi, 45: 178-79.
Legislating Morality: Pluralism and Religious Identity in Lawmaking, by Lucinda Peach, 45: 397-98.
Politics of School Choice, The, by Hubert Morken and Jo Renee Formicola, 43: 153-54.
Recognizing Religion in a Secular Society: Essays in Pluralism, Religion, and Public Policy, edited by Douglas Farrow, 49: 153-54.
Religious Liberty in America: Political Safeguards, by Louis Fisher, 46: 156-57.
School Prayer and Discrimination: The Civil Rights of Religious Minorities and Dissenters, by Frank S. Ravitch, 42: 193-95.
Butler, William J.
Freedom of Association, by Charles E. Rice, 7: 111-13.
Byrnes, Timothy A.
Catholicism, Liberalism, and Communitarianism: The Catholic Intellectual Tradition and the Moral Foundations of Democracy, edited by Kenneth L. Grasso, Gerard V. Bradley, and Robert P. Hunt, 39: 357-58.
Religion and the Rise of Nationalism: A Profile of an East-Central European City, by Robert E. Alvis, 48: 466-67.
Cadenhead, Ivie E., Jr.
Alienation of Church Wealth in Mexico, by Jan Bazant, 13: 353-54.
Cagle, A. P.
Justice Reed and the First Amendment: The Religion Clauses, by William O’Brien, 1: 53-54.
History of Zionism, 1600-1918, by Nahum Sokolow, 12: 344-45.
Calder, Bruce J.
Political Implications of Pentecostalized Religion in Costa Rica and Guatemala, The, by Timothy J. Steigenga, 44: 832-34.
Calhoun, David B.
Princeton and the Republic, 1768-1822: The Search for a Christian Enlightenment in the Era of Samuel Stanhope Smith, by Mark A. Noll, 32: 418-20.
Calian, Carnegie S.
Christian-Marxist Dialogue in Eastern Europe, by Paul Mojzes, 25: 154-55.
Christians and Commumsts: An Ecumenical Perspective, by Ans J. van der Bent, 25: 154-55.
Calkins, Robert G.
Tudor Royal Iconography, by John N. King, 32: 439-40.
“You Have Stept Out of Your Place”: A History of Women and Religion in America, by Susan Hill Lindley, 39: 601-02.
Campbell, Douglas F.
Church and State in Canada, by Albert J. Menendez, 39: 813-14.
Resistance to Church Union in Canada, 1904-1939, The, by N. Keith Clifford, 28: 542-43.
Campbell, Leon G.
Farm and Factory: The Jesuits and the Development of Agrarian Capitalism in Colonial Quito, 1600-1767, by Nicholas P. Cushner, 26: 552-53.
Campbell, Stanley W.
American States, Churches, and Slavery, by J. R. Balme, 13: 543-44.
Christian Doctrine of Slavery, The, by George D. Armstrong, 13: 543-44.
Church and the Black Man, The, by John Howard Griffin, 12: 539.
Episcopal Methodism and Slavery with Sidelights on Ecclesiastical Politics, by Charles Baumer Swaney, 13: 543-44.
London Missionary Society’s Report of the Proceedings Against the Late Rev. J. Smith, of Demerara, Minister of the Gospel, Who Was Tried Under Martial Law, and Condemned to Death, on a Charge of Aiding and Assisting in a Rebellion of the Negro Slaves, The; From a Full and Correct Copy, Transmitted to England by Mr. Smith’s Counsel, and Including the Documentary Evidence Omitted in the Parliamentary Copy; with an Appendix, 13: 543-44.
Pictures of Slavery in Church and State; Including Personal Reminiscences, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, Etc. Etc., by John Dixon Long, 13: 543-44.
Campbell, Ted A.
John Wesley’s Sermons: An Anthology, edited by Albert C. Outler and Richard P. Heitzenrater, 35: 178-79.
John Wesley’s Sermons: An Introduction, edited by Albert C. Outler and Richard P. Heitzenrater, 35: 178-79.
Farewell to Christendom: The Future of Church and State in America, by Thomas J. Curry, 44: 587-89.
Quality with Soul: How Six Premier Colleges and Universities Keep Faith with Their Religious Traditions, by Robert Benne, 43: 622-23.
Canning, Paul M.
Under Siege: Ulster Unionism and the Anglo-Irish Agreement, by Arthur Aughey, 33: 364-65.
Piety in Providence: Class Dimensions of Religious Experience in Antebellum Rhode Island, by Mark Schantz, 44: 159-60.
Religion and Republic: The American Circumstance, by Martin E. Marty, 30: 130-31.
Religion and the Working Class in Antebellum America, by Jama Lazarow, 39: 368-70.
Carden, William R.
Reformers in Profiles: Advocates of Reform, 1100-1600, edited by B. A. Gerrish, 10: 454-57.
Carey, John J.
A Blueprint for Humanity: Paul Tillich’s Theology of Culture, by Raymond F. Bulman, 24: 394-96.
Carey, Kenneth J.
American Religious Groups View Foreign Policy: Trends in Rank and File Opinion, 1937-1969, by Alfred O. Hero, Jr., 16: 142-44.
Can Catholic Schools Survive?, by Andrew M. Greeley and William E. Brown, 17: 535-37.
Foreign Policy in Christian Perspective, by John Coleman Bennett, 8: 458-60.
No Haven for the Oppressed: United States Policy toward Jewish Refugees, 1938-1945, by Saul S. Friedman, 17: 127-29.
Secrecy and Foreign Policy, edited by Edward Weisband and Thomas M. Franck, 20: 577-79.
Carey, Patrick W.
Esoteric Origins of the American Renaissance, The, by Arthur Versluis, 44: 585-86.
Religion and the Public Schools in 19th Century America: The Contribution of Orestes A. Brownson, by Edward J. Power, 39: 815-16.
Rome in America: Transnational Catholic Ideology from the Risorgimento to Fascism, by Peter R. D’Agostino, 47: 889-90.
Carlson, C. Emanuel
God and Man in Washington, by Paul Blanshard, 2: 75-77.
Carmody, Denise Lardner
New Creation: Christian Feminism and the Renewal of the Earth, by Catharina J. M. Halkes, 35: 912-13.
Carpenter, Elizabeth S.
Between Church and State: Religion and Public Education in a Multi-cultural America, by James W. Fraser, 42: 872-73.
Explorations in Ethics: Readings Across the Curriculum, edited by Philip Rolnick, 42: 370-71.
Politics, Religion, and the Common Good: Advancing a Distinctly American Conversation About Religion’s Role in Our Shared Life, by Martin E. Marty with Jonathan Moore, 43: 374-75.
Carper, James C.
Religious Fundamentalism and American Education: The Battle for the Public Schools, by Eugene F. Provenzo, 35: 167-68.
Carrol, C. Ronald
El Salvador £ Por que la Insurreccion?, by Higinio Alas, 25: 348-49.
Carroll, Bret E.
Fighting for Liberty and Virtue: Political and Cultural Wars in Eighteenth-Century America, by Marvin Olasky, 39: 366-67.
Catholic Laity in Elizabethan England, 1558-1603, The, by William R. Trimble, 7: 130-32.
Second Ralliement, The: The Rapprochement between Church and State in France in the Twentieth Century, by Harry W. Paul, 10: 126-27.
Carter, John Ross
Buddhism under Mao, by Holmes Welch, 18: 545-48
Buddhist Behavioral Codes and the Modern World: An International Symposium, edited by Charles Wei-hsun Fu and Sandra A. Wawrytko, 38: 907.
Religion and Ideology in Sri Lanka, by Francois Houtart, 20: 141-43.
Religious Ferment in Asia, edited Robert J. Miller, 19: 342-44.
Casey, Stephen J.
Church’s Peace Witness, The, edited by Marlin E. Miller and Barbara Nelson Gingerich, 38: 195.
Castro, Donald S.
Argentina and the Jews: A History of Jewish Immigration, by Haim Avni, 34: 869-70.
Cavender, Amy L., CSC
The Liberal Conscience: Politics and Principle in a World of Religious Pluralism, by Lucas Swaine, 48: 871-72.
The Modern Papacy Since 1789, by Frank J. Coppa, 42: 181-82.
A Bridging of Faiths: Religion and Politics in a New England City, by N. J. Demerath III and Rhys H. Williams, 36: 180.
British Civil War, The: The Wars of the Three Kingdoms, 1638-1660, by Trevor Royle, 47: 397.
English Society, 1660-1832, by J. C. D. Clark, 43: 145-47.
London and the Restoration, 1659-1583, by Gary S. De Krey, 47: 397.
Navajo Sacred Places, by Klara Bonsack Kelley and Harris Francis, 38: 920.
Neither Toleration nor Favour: The Australian Chapter of Jewish Emancipation, by Israel Getzler, 17: 515-17.
Chan, Alan L.
Religion in America (Fifth Edition), by Julia Corbett Hemeyer, 48: 702-03.
Spirit in Public Theology, The: Appropriating the Legacy of Abraham Kuyper, by Vincent E. Bacote, 48: 470-72.
Chan, Alan R.
Islam: A Mosaic, Not a Monolith, by Vartan Gregorian, 46: 647-48.
Chan, Chung-Yan Joyce
Church Planting Commitment: New Church Development in Hong Kong during the Run-Up to 1997, by Håkan Granberg, 43: 356-57.
Religions in Asian America: Building Faith Communities, edited by Pyong Gap Min and Jung Ha Kim, 45: 190-91.
Religious Heritage of Japan, The: Foundations for Cross-Cultural Understanding in a Religiously Plural World, edited by John Ross Carter, 43: 809-10.
Chancey, Mark A.
Willing the Good: Jesus, Dissent, and Desire, by Paula M. Cooey, 49: 370-71.
Chaney, Charles L.
American Indians and Christian Missions: Studies in Cultural Conflict, by Henry Warner Bowden, 26: 542-43.
Chapman, G. Clarke
God of Peace, The: Toward a Theology of Nonviolence and the Sacrament of Civil Disobedience, by John Dear, S.J., 39: 160-61.
Healing of Nations, The: The Promise and Limits of Political Forgiveness, by Mark R. Amstutz, 48: 205-06.
Reckoning with Apocalypse: Terminal Politics and Christian Hope, by Dale Aukerman, 37: 663.
Charles, J. Daryl
Just War against Terror: The Burden of American Power in a Violent World, by Jean Bethke Elshtain, 46: 407-08.
Just War Revisited (Current Issues in Theology), The, by Oliver O’Donovan, 46: 408-09.
Charlton, Thomas L.
Europe in the Russian Mirror: Four Lectures in Economic History, by Alexander Gerschenkron, 20: 585-86.
Uphill for Peace: Quaker Impact on Congress, by E. Raymond Wilson, 19: 58.
Peace Organizations Past and Present: A Survey and Directory, by Robert S. Meyer, 31: 569.
Wars of America, The: Christian Views, edited by Ronald A. Wells, 35: 892-93.
Cheavens, David A.
Religious Press in America, The, by John Deedy, Jr., Martin E. Marty, and D. W. Silverman, 6: 392-95.
Cherry, H. Dicken
Christianity and Politics in Africa, by J. V. Taylor, 2: 197-99.
Civil Liberty in South Africa, by Edga Brookes and J. B. Macauley, 3: 91-92.
Chestnut, R. Andrew
Women, Religion, and Social Change in Brazil’s Popular Church, by Carol Ann Drogus, 41: 604-05.
Chewning, Richard C.
Why America Doesn’t Work, by Chuck Colson and Jack Eckard, 35: 179-80.
Chock, Phyllis Pease
The Culture of Protest: Religious Activism and the U.S. Sanctuary Movement, by Susan Bibler Coutin, 37: 166.
Israel’s Higher Law: Religion and Liberal Democracy in the Jewish State, by Steven V.
Mazie, 48: 694-95.
Scroll or the Sword, The? Dilemmas of Religion and Military Service in Israel, by Stuart A. Cohen, 41: 376-77.
Christiano, Kevin J.
Catholicism and the Renewal of American Democracy, by George Weigel, 32: 889-90.
Gandhian Utopia: Experiments with Culture, by Richard G. Fox, 32: 632-33.
Chyet, Stanley F.
Jewish Identity in America, edited by David M. Gordis and Yoav Ben-Horin, 36: 181-82.
Clardy, J. V.
A History of Soviet Atheism in Theory and Practice, and the Believer, vols. 1-3, by Dimitry V. Pospielovsky, 32: 642-43.
Clardy, Jesse V.
Commumst Russia and the Russian Orthodox Church, 1943-1962, by Willian Stroyen, 11: 135-36.
History of Anti-Semitism, The: From Time of Christ to the Court Jews, by Leon Poliakov, 21: 117-19.
Jewish Policies and Right-Wing Politics in Imperial Russia, by Hans Rogger, 28: 546-47.
Jews, Wars, and Communism, Vol. 1: The Attitude of American Jews to World War I, the Russian Revolutions of 1917, and Communism (1914-1945), Volume 2: The Impact of the 1919-20 Red Scare on American Jewish Life, by Zosa Szajkowski, 18: 560-61.
Russian Alternatives to Marxism: Christian Socialism and Idealistic Liberalism in Twentieth-Century Russia, by George Putnam, 21: 552-53.
Russian Jew Under Tsars and Soviets, The, by Salo W. Baron, 7: 463-64.
Clark, Charles E.
American Deists, The: Voices of Reason and Dissent in the Early Republic, by Kerry S. Walters, 35: 905-06.
Quakers in the Colonial Northeast, by Arthur J. Worrall, 23: 594-96.
Seasons of Grace: Colonial New England’s Revival Tradition in Its British Context, by Michael J. Crawford, 34: 625-26.
Clark, Juan M.
Between God and the Party: Religion and Politics in Revolutionary Cuba, by John M. Kirk, 32: 417-18.
Church and Socialism in Cuba, The, by Raul Gómez Treto, 32: 417-18.
Clawson, David L.