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Who Chooses? Who Loses? Culture, Institutions, and the Unequal Effects of School Choice, by Bruce Fuller and Richard F. Elmore, 40: 706-07.
Flavius Josephus, the Zealots and Yavne: Towards a Rereading of The War of the Jews, by Monette Bohrmann, 39: 148-49.
Godfrey, James L.
The Oxford Conspirators: A History of the Oxford Movement, 1833-1845, by Marvin R. O’Connell, 12: 316-18.
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Die Priisenz des Politischen in der Theologie Dietrich Bonhoifftrs: Eine historische Untersuchung in systematischer Absicht, by Tierno Rainer Peters, 21: 576-77
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A Contemporary Anabaptist Theology/Biblical, Historical, Constructive, by Thomas N. Finger, 47: 877-78.
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Colleges in Controversy: The Jesuit Schools in France from Revival to Suppression, 1815-1880, by John W. Padberg, 21: 370-71.
French Prophets, The: The History of a Millenarian Group in Eighteenth-Century England, by Hillel Schwartz, 23: 351-52.
Heresy, Crusade and Inquisition in Southern France, 1100-1250, by Walter L. Wakefield, 18: 548-50.
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L’Empire romain et le christianisme, by Claude Lepelley, 18: 581-82.
Liberalism and Tradition: Aspects of Catholic Thought in Nineteenth-Century France, by Bernard Reardon, 21: 584-85.
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The Spiritual Franciscans: From Protest to Persecution in the Century After Saint Francis, by David Burr, 45: 596-97.
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Rational Mothers and Infidel Gentlemen: Gender and American Atheism, by Evelyn A. Kirkley, 43: 619-20.
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On the Constitution of the Church and State According to the Idea of Each, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 18: 124-25.
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Mission of the Church, The, by Edward Schillebeeckx, 17: 155-56
Remembering Esperanza: A Cultural-Political Theology for North American Praxis, by Mark Kline Taylor, 33: 136-37.
Goossen, Rachel Waltner
Mennonites in American Society, 1930-1970: Modernity and the Persistence of Religious Community, by Paul Toews, 40: 494-95.
God and Design: The Teleological Argument and Modern Science, by Neil A. Manson, 45: 834-35.
The False Prophet: Rabbi Meir Kahane—From FBI Informant to Knesset Member, by Robert I. Friedman, 35: 916-17.
Gordon, Sarah Barringer
Wrestling with God: The Courts’ Tortuous Treatment of Religion, by Patrick M. Garry, 49: 785-86.
The Catholic Church and Antisemitism Poland, 1933-1939, by Ronald Modras, 39: 356-57.
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Israel’s Defense Line: Her Friends and Foes in Washington, by I. L. Kenen, 25: 557-58.
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Catholic Social Teaching and Economic Theory: Paradigms in Conflict, by Mary E. Hobgood, 35: 627-29.
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Syrian Christians in Muslim Society: An Interpretation, by Robert M. Haddad, 17: 327-29.
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United States Welfare Policy: A Catholic Response, by Thomas J. Massaro, S.J., 49: 780-82.
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Faith on Earth: An Inquiry into the Structure of Human Faith, by H. Richard Niebuhr, 32: 648-49.
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Christians and Power Politics, by Alan Booth, 6: 260-61.
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Religion and Statecraft Among the Romans, by Alan Wardman,26: 117-18.
Out of the Wilderness: The Emergence of an American Identity in Colonial New England, by John Canup, 33: 617-18.
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A Sociological Study of Secularization Trends in the American Catholic University: Decatholicizing the Catholic Religious Curriculum, by Frank D. Schubert, 33: 143-44.
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Piety and Poverty: Working Class Religion in Berlin, London, and New York, 1870-1914, by Hugh McLeod, 39: 589-90.
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Catholic Colonialism: A Parish History of Guatemala, 1524-1821, byAdrian C. Van Oss, 30: 352-53.
Jews and the Inquisition of Mexico: The Great Auto de Fe of 1649, as Related by Mathias de Bocanegra, S.J., translated and edited by Seymour B. Liebman, 18: 364-65.
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Exploring Medical Ethics, by Henlee H. Barnette, 25: 370-71.
Naked Public Square, The: Religion and Democracy in America, byRichard John Neuhaus, 27: 136-37.
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Modern Christian Revivals, edited by L. Blumhofer and Randall Balmer, 36: 612-13.
Costs and Benefits of Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools, by Ernest Bartell, 13: 364-65.
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Secularization in Igboland: Socio-Religious Change and Its Challenges to the Church Among the Ibo, by Charles Chikezie Agu, 33: 135-36.
Griffith, R. Marie
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Grill, Johnpeter Horst
Catholic Citizens in the Third Reich: Psycho-Social Principles and Moral Reasoning, by Donald J. Dietrich, 31: 135-36.
Grimm, Harold J.
Luther’s Response to Violence: Why the Reformer Hurled His Harsh “No!” against the Peasants, by Lloyd B. Volkmar, 17: 301-02.
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Labor, Church, and the Sugar Establishment: Louisiana, 1887-1976, by Thomas Becnel, 23: 360-62.
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Church-State Constitutional Issues: Making Sense of the Establishment Clause, by Donald L. Drakeman, 34: 605-06.
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American Catholic History, by James E. Prest, 33: 618-19.
World Hunger: The Responsibility of Christian Education, by SuzanneC. Toton, 26: 132-33.
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Hellfire Nation: The Politics of Sin in American History, by James A. Morone, 45: 821-23.
Resistance and Revenge: The Armenian Assassination of Turkish Leaders Responsible for the 1915 Massacres and Deportations, by Jacques Derogy, 34: 865-66.
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Christians and Tyrants: The Prison Testimonies of Boethios, Thomas More and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, by Jamie S. Scott, 39: 169.
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One Electorate Under God?: A Dialogue on Religion and American Politics, by E. J. Dionne, Jr., Jean Bethke Elshtain, and Kayla M. Drogosz, 47: 413.
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Ideology and Myth in American Politics: A Critique of a National Political Mind, by Mark Roelofs, 20: 346-48.
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Buddhism in America, by Richard Hughes Seager, 44: 157-59.
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Christian Social Ethics in Ukraine: The Legacy of Andrei Sheptytsky, by Andrii Krawchuk, 41: 835-36.
Church under the Pressure of Stalinism: The Development of the Status and Activities of the Soviet Latvian Evangelical-Lutheran Church in 1944-1950, by Jouko Talonen, 42: 176-77.
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Godless Communists: Atheism and Society in Soviet Russia, 1917-1922, by William B. Husband, 42: 380-81.
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Kosovo-Serbia: A Just War?, edited by Frank Columbus, 42: 576-77.
Millenniums, Messiahs, and Mayhem: Contemporary Apocalyptic Movements, edited by Thomas Robbins and Susan J. Palmer, 42: 395-97.
Muslim Rights and Plights: The Religious Liberty Situation of a Minority in Sweden, by Jonas Alwall, 43: 811.
New Generation Draws the Line, A: Kosovo, East Timor, and the Standards of the West, by Noam Chomsky, 43: 357-58.
Of Religion and Empire: Missions, Conversion, and Tolerance in Tsarist Russia, edited by Robert P. Geraci and Michael Khodarkovsky, 43: 612-13.
The University and the State: What Government In Higher Education?, by Paul Kurtz, Miro Todorovic, and Sidney Hook, 22: 540-41.
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Chouans: The Social Origins of Popular Counter-Revolution in Upper Brittany, 1770-1796, by Donald Sutherland, 26: 347-49.
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The Orthodox Church in the Byzantine Empire, by J. M. Hussey,28: 534-35.
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The Politics of South India: 1920-1937, by Christopher John Baker, 19: 340-42.
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The Uncertain Alliance: The Catholic Church and Labor in Latin America, by Alexis V. Floridi and Annette E. Stiefbold, 20: 593-94.
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The State, Law and Religion: Pagan Rome, by Alan Watson, 35: 406.
A World Without Tyranny: Christian Faith and International Politics, by Dean C. Curry, 33: 608-09.
Alabama Baptists: Southern Baptists in the Heart of Dixie, by Wayne Flynt, 41: 392-93.
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European Christian Democracy: Historical Legacies and Comparative Perspectives, edited by Thomas Kselman and Joseph A. Buttigieg, 46: 143-44.
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Religious Advocacy and American History, edited by Bruce Kuklick and D.E. Hart, 41: 155-56.
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Holy Ambition: Rhetoric, Courtship, and Devotion in the Sermons of John Donne, by Brent Nelson, 48: 221-22.
Harrison, Cecile E.
Roots of Resistance: The Nonviolent Ethic of Martin Luther King, Jr., by William D. Watley, 31: 576.
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The Soviet Union and the Muslim World, 1917-1958, by Ivar Spector, 3: 99-100.
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Christian Critics: Religion and the Impasse in Modern American Social Thought, by Eugene McCarraher, 45: 603-04.
Christianity and Civil Society: Theological Education for Public Life, edited by Rodney L. Petersen, 39: 371.
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God’s Rascal: J. Frank Norris and the Beginnings of Southern Fundamentalism, by Barry Hankins, 40: 205-06.
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Religion of Technology, The: The Divinity of Man and the Spirit of Invention, by David F. Noble, 41: 599-600.
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Religion in a Pluralistic Society: Essays Presented to Professor C. G. Baeta in Celebration of His Retirement from the Service of the University of Ghana September 1911by Friends and Colleagues Scattered over the Globe, edited by J. S. Pobee, 21: 138-40.
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Spanish Inquisition and the Inquisitorial Mind, The, edited by Angel Alcal, 31: 146-48.
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The Social Gospel: Religion and Reform in Changing America, by Ronald C. White, Jr. and C. Howard Hopkins, 20: 332-34.
Modernity Without Constraint: The Political Religions, The New Science of Politics, and Science, Politics, and Gnosticism, by Eric Voegelin, 42: 568-69.
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Judea, Samaria, and Gaza: Views on the Present and Future, edited byDaniel J. Elazar, 26: 356-58.
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Huguenots and Camisards as Aliens in France, 1589-1789: The Struggle for Religious Toleration, by Brian E. Strayer, 44: 575-76.
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Karl Korsh: Revolutionary Theory, edited by Douglas Kellner, 21: 144.
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All God’s Children: The Cult Experience—Salvation or Slavery? by Jo Anne Parke and Carroll Stoner, 22: 146-47.
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Of Singular Benefit: The Story of U.S. Catholic Education, by Harold A. Buetow, 16: 529-30.
The Cambridge Companion to Dietrich Bonhoeffer, editedby John W. deGruchy, 42: 570.
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The Religion of President Carter, by Niels C. Nielsen, Jr., 20: 571-73.
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Theologians Under Hitler: Gerhard Kittel, Paul Althaus, and Emanual Hirsch, by Robert P. Ericksen, 30: 364-65.