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Abbey of Bec and the Anglo-Norman State, 1034-1136, The, by Sally N. Vaughn, 25: 575-76
Abolition of God, The, by Hans-Gerhard Koch, 6: 399-401
Abolition’s Axe: Beriah Green, Oneida Institute, and the Black Freedom Struggle, by Milton C. Semett, 29:
    563-64.
Abortion: A Case Study in Law and Morals, by Fred M. Frohock, 25: 550-51.
Abortion: A Christian Understanding and Response, by James K. Hoffmeier, 30: 586-88.
Abortion and Divorce in Western Law: American Failures, European Challenges, by Mary Ann Glendon,
    33: 148-49.
Abortion Counseling and Social Change, by Arlene Carmen and Howard Moody, 19: 605-06.
Abortion Debate in the United States and Canada, The: A Source Book, by Maureen Muldoon, 34: 611-12.
Abortion Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1973 through 1989: A Comprehensive Review with Historical
    Commentary, by Dan Drucker, 33: 607-08.
Abortion: Moral and Legal Perspectives, edited by Jay L. Garfield and Panicia Hennessey, 30: 169-70.
Abortion Rights and Fetal “Personhood,” edited by Edd Doerr and James W. Prescott, 32: 150.
Abortion Rights as Religious Freedom, by Peter S. Wenz, 36: 399.
Abortion: The Personal Dilemma; A Christian Gynecologist Examines the Medical, Social, and Spiritual
    Issues, by R. F. R. Gardner, 18: 134-36.
Abortion: The Supreme Court Decisions, edited by Ian Shapiro, 39: 375-76.
Aborto, by Cristina Alberdi and Victoria Sendon, 25: 350-51.
Abraham Joshua Heschel and Elie Wiesel: You are My Witnesses, by Maurice Friedman, 31: 573.
Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President, by Allen C. Guelzo, 44: 162-64.
Abuse of Power: A Theological Problem, The, by James Newton Poling, 35: 429.
Academic Freedom and Academic Anarchy, by Sidney Hook, 13: 368-69.
Academic Freedom and Christian Scholarship, by Anthony J. Diekema, 45: 187-88.
Achievement of John C. Bennett, The, by David H. Smith, 13: 359-61.
Achieving an Abortion-Free America, by 2001, by Thomas A. Glessner, 33: 827.
Acuerdos Concordatarios Espafioles y la Revision del Concordato Italiano, Los, 25: 349-51.
African-American Religion: Interpretive Essays in Religion and Culture, edited by Timothy J. Fulop and
    Albert J. Roboyeau, 41: 841-42.
African Christianity: Its Public Role, by Paul Gifford, 42: 374-77.
Afro-American Religious Studies: A Comprehensive Bibliography with Locations in American Libraries, by
    Ethel L. Williams and Clifton L. Brown, 19: 135-36.
After Polygamy Was Made a Sin: The Social History of Christian Polygamy, by John Cairncross, 20: 553-
    54.
After the Reformation: Essays in Honor of J. H. Hexter, edited by Barbara C. Malament, 23: 584-85.
Against All Hope: Resistance in the Nazi Concentration Camps, by Hermann Langbein, 38: 181.
Against the Faith: Essays on Deists, Skeptics, and Atheists, by Jim Herrick, 28: 561.
Against the Gates of Hell: The Threat to Religious Freedom in America, by Stanley R. Rader, 23: 362-63.
Against the Nations: War and Survival in a Liberal Society, by Stanley Hauerwas, 29: 557-58.
Against the World for the World: The Hartford Appeal and the Future of American Religion, edited by
    Peter L. Berger and Richard John Neuhaus, 22: 354-56.
Agonising Choice, The: Birth -Control, Religion and the Law, by Norman St. John-Stevas, 14: 536-37.
Agrarian Socialism in America: Marx, Jefferson, and Jesus in the Oklahoma Countryside, by Jim Bissett,
    43: 363-65.
Ahmadiyyah. A Study in Contemporary Islam on the West African Coast, by Humphrey J. Fisher, 6: 386.
AIDS and the Church, the Second Decade, by Earl E. Shelp and Ronald H. Sunderland, 35: 174-76.
AIDS Epidemic, The: Balancing Compassion and Justice, by Glenn G. Wood and John E. Dietrich, 33:
    623.
Alabama Baptists: Southern Baptists in the Heart of Dixie, by Wayne Flynt, 41: 392-93.
Alexander III and the Twelfth Century. Vol. 3: The Popes Through History, by Marshall W. Baldwin, 11:
    550-52.
Alienated Minority: The Jews of Medieval Latin Europe, by Kenneth R. Stowe, 35: 911-12.
Alienation, Atheism, and the Religious Crisis, by Thomas F. O’Dea, 12: 543.
Alienation of Church Wealth in Mexico, by Jan Bazant, 13: 353-54.
All God’s Children: The Cult Experience—Salvation or Slavery?, by Jo Anne Parke
   and Carroll Stoner, 22: 146-47.
Allied Occupation of Japan 1945-1952 and Japanese Religions, The, by William P. Woodard, 15: 125-27.
All Under Heaven: Chinese Tradition and Christian Life in the People’s Republic of China, edited by Alan
    Hunter and Don Rimmington, 36: 620.
Almost Chosen People, An: The Moral Aspirations of Americans, edited by Walter Nicgorski and Ronald
    Weber, 21: 132-34.
Alms for Jihad: Charity and Terrorism in the Islamic World, by M. Millard Burr and Robert O.
      Collins, 48: 686-87.
Al-Mughtaribun: American Law and the Transformation of Muslim Life in the United States, by Kathleen
    M. Moore, 39: 347-48.
Alterations of State: Sacred Kingship in the English Reformation, by Richard C. McCoy, 45: 171-72.
Alternative American Religions, by Stephen J. Stein, 43: 826-28.
Alternative Vision, An: An Interpretation of Liberation Theology, by Roger Haight, S.J., 29: 149-50.
Always The Priest: The Life of Gabriel Richard, S. S., by M. Dolorita Mast, 9: 405-07.
Ambivalent Alliance: The Catholic Church and the Action Francaise, 1899-1939, by Oscar L. Amal, 30:
    178-79.
Ambivalenz der Zweireichelehre in lutherischen Kirchen des 20. Jahrhunderts, Die, edited by Ulrich
    Duchrow and Wolfgang Huber, 20: 336-38.
Ambrose of Milan: Church and Court in a Christian Capital, by Neil B. McLynn, 38: 416-17.
America after Nixon: The Age of the Multinationals, by Robert Scheer, 18: 361-62.
America Against Itself: Moral Vision and the Public Order, by Richard John Neuhaus, 36: 871.
America and the Challenges of Religious Diversity, by Robert Wuthnow, 48: 478-79.
America, Christian or Secular? Readings in American Christian History and Civil Religion, by Jerry S.
    Herbert, 29: 151.
America First!: Its History, Culture, and Politics, by Bill Kauffman, 39: 374-75.
America in Change: Reflections on the 60’s and 70’s, edited by Ronald Weber, 17: 346.
American and Catholic: The New Debate, edited by Joe Holland and Ann Bersanti, 32: 155-56.
American Catholic Exodus, edited by John O’Connor, 11: 536-37.
American Catholic Experience, The: A History from Colonial Times to the Present, by Jay P. Dolan, 30:
    149-50.
American Catholic History, by James E. Prest, 33: 618-19.
American Catholic Lay Groups and Transatlantic Social Reform in the Progressive Era, by Deirdre M.
    Moloney, 45: 388-89.
American Catholics, American Culture: Tradition And Resistance, edited by Margaret O’Brien Steinfels,
    49: 147-48.


American Catholics: A Protestant-Jewish View, edited by Philip Sharper, 3: 213-15.
American Catholics and Slavery: 1789-1866: An Anthology of Primary Documents, edited and compiled by
    Kenneth J. Zanca, 38: 919.
American Catholics and Social Reform: The New Deal Years, by David J. O’Brien, 11: 329-30; 12: 506-08.
American Catholics and the Roosevelt Presidency, 1932-1936, by George Q. Flynn, 11: 534-35.
American Catholicism: And Now Where?, by John Deedy, 30: 598-99.
American Church Experience, The: A Concise History, by Thomas A. Askew and Richard V.
      Pierard, 48: 222-23.
American Deists: Voices of Reason and Dissent in the Early Republic, The, by Kerry S. Walters, 35: 905-
    06.
American Dilemma, An, by Robert McAfee Brown and Gustave Weigel, 3: 216-18.
American Dream, Global Nightmare: The Dilemma of U.S. Human Rights Policy, by Sandy Vogelgesang,
    24: 409-10.
American Empire: The Political Ethics of Twentieth-Century Conquest, by John M.
   Swomley, Jr., 20: 133-34.
American Evangelical Christianity: An Introduction, by Mark A. Noll, 44: 168-69.
American Evangelicalism: Embattled and Thriving, by Christian Smith, 41: 843-45.
American Evangelicals and the U.S. Military 1943-1993, by Anne C. Loveland, 40: 495-96.
American Extremists: Militias, Supremacists, Klansmen, Communists and Others, by John George and
    Laird Wilcox, 40: 912-13.
American Freedom and Catholic Power, by Paul Blanshard, 1: 45-46.
American Freedom and the Radical Right, by Edward L. Ericson, 25: 351-52.
American Hour, The: A Time of Reckoning and the Once and Future Role of Faith, by Os Guinness, 37:
    154.
American Indians and Christian Missions: Studies in Cultural Conflict, by Henry
   Warner Bowden, 26: 542-43.
American Jews in Israel, by Harold R. Isaacs, 10: 472-74.
Americanization of Religious Minorities, The: Confronting the Constitutional Order, by Eric Michael
    Mazur, 45: 392-94.
American Judaism: Adventure in Modernity, by Jacob Neusner, 16: 531-33.
American Leadership Tradition, The: The Inevitable Impact of a Leader’s Faith on a Nation’s Destiny, by
    Marvin Olasky, 43: 149-51.
American Mennonites and the Great War, 1914-1918, by Gerlof D. Homan, 38: 656-57.
American Moralist: On Law, Ethics, and Government, The, by George Anastaplo, 35: 618-19.
American Originals: Homemade Varieties of Christianity, by Paul K. Conkin, 41: 153-54.
American Political Theology: Historical Perspective and Theoretical Analysis, by Charles W. Dunn, 28:
    127-29.
American Pope, The: The Life and Times of Francis Cardinal Spellman, by John Cooney, 29: 328-30.
American Protestantism, by Winthrop S. Hudson, 4: 116-17.
American Protestantism and United States Indian Policy, 1869-82, by Robert H. Keller, Jr., 28: 326-27.
American Providence: A Nation With a Mission, by Stephen H. Webb, 48: 228-30.
American Puritanism: Faith and Practice, by Darrett B. Rutman, 14: 356-57.
American Quest for the Primitive Church, The, edited by Richard T. Hughes, 31: 548.
American Reform and Reformers: A Biographical Dictionary, edited by Randall M. Miller and Paul A.
    Cimbala, 40: 488-89.
American Reformers, 1815-1860, by Ronald G. Walters, 22: 160-61.
American Religions: A Documentary History, by R. Marie Griffith, 49: 576-77.
American Religious Experience, The: A Concise History, by Lynn Bridgers, 49: 149-51.


American Religious Groups View Foreign Policy: Trends in Rank and File Opinion, 1937-1969, by Alfred
    O. Hero, Jr., 16: 142-44.
American Religious Thought: A History, by William A. Clebsch, 16: 525-27.
American Revolution and Religion, The: Maryland, 1770-1800, by Thomas O’Brien Hanley, 20: 127-29.
American Sacred Space, edited by David Chidester and Edward T. Linenthal, 39: 172-73.
American Schools and Churches: Partners in Conflict, edited by David W. Beggs III
   and Bruce McQuigg, 9: 407-09.
American Shakers, The: From Neo-Chrlstianity to Pre-Socialism, by Henri Desroche,
   16: 138-40.
American States, Churches, and Slavery, by J. R. Balme, 13: 543-44.
American Theory of Church and State, The, by Loren P. Beth, 2: 183-85.
America’s Battle for God: A European Christian Looks at Civil Religion, by Geiko Muller-Fahrenholz, 49:
    581-83.
America’s Communal Utopias, edited by Donald E. Pitzer, 40: 492-93.
America’s Miracle Man in Vietnam: Ngo Dinh Diem, Religion, Race, and U.S. Intervention in Southeast
    Asia, by Seth Jacobs, 47: 637-39.
America’s Saints: The Rise of Mormon Power, by Robert Gottlieb, 28: 331-32.
America’s Struggle for Same-Sex Marriage, by Daniel R. Pinello, 49: 366-68.


America’s Unwritten Constitution: Science, Religion, and Political Responsibility, by Don K. Price, 28:
    342-43.
Amish and the State, The, edited by Donald B. Kraybill, 36: 850.
Amish Society, by John A. Hostetler, 36: 398-99.
Amish Struggle with Modernity, The, edited by Donald B. Kraybill and Marc A. Olshan, 39: 372-73.
Anabaptism: A Social History, 1525-1618; Switzerland, Austria, Moravia, South and Central Germany, by
    Claus-Peter Clasen, 20: 583-84.
Anabaptism in Outline: Selected Primary Sources, edited by Walter Klaassen, 24: 412-13.
Anabaptism Revisited: Essays on Anabaptist/Mennonite Studies in Honor of C.J. Dyck, by Walter Klassen,
    35: 184-85.
Anabaptist Beginnings (1523-1533): A Source Book, edited by William R. Estep, Jr., 21: 573-74.
Anabaptist Portraits, by John Allen Moore, 28: 537-38.
Anabaptists and Religious Liberty in the 16th Century, The, by Harold S. Bender, 12: 343.
Anabaptists and the Sword, by James M. Stayer, 16: 319-22.
An Angel Directs the Storm: Apocalyptic Religion & American Empire, by Michael Northcott, 47: 646-47.
And May God Have Mercy: The Case Against Capital Punishment, by Eugene B. Block,
   6: 255-56.
And Muhammad Is His Messenger, by Annemarie Schimmel, 29: 155.
And Still We Rise: An Introduction to Black Liberation Theology, by Diana L. Hayes, 39: 599.
Angel and the Beehive, The: The Mormon Struggle with Assimilation, by Armand L. Mauss, 37: 893.
Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, 1558-1640, by John F. H. New, 8: 138.
Anglo-Irish Relations, 1798-1922, by Nick Pelling, 45: 820-21.
Anglo-Vatican Relations, 1914-1939: Confidential Annual Reports of the British Ministers to the Holy See,
    edited by Thomas E. Hachey, 17: 153.
Anthropology of Religious Conversion, The, by Andrew Buckser and Steven Glazier, 48: 685-86.
Antichrist in Seventeenth-Century England, by Christopher Hill, 14: 525-26.
Antisemitism: An Annotated Bibliography, edited by Susan Sarah Cohen, 35: 432-33.
Antisemitism and Xenophobia in Germany after Unification, edited by Hermann Kurthen, Werner
    Bergmann, and Rainer Erb, 41: 387-88.
Antisemitism During the French Second Empire, by Natalie Isser, 35: 622-24.
Anti-Semitism in British Society, 1876-1939, by Colin Holmes, 23: 567-69.
Antisemitism: Myth and Hate from Antiquity to the Present, by Marvin Perry and Frederick M. Schweitzer,
    45: 813-14.
Anti-Semitism Through the Ages, edited by Shmuel Almog, 32: 427-28.
Antislavery Vanguard, The: New Essays on the Abolitionists, edited by Martin Duberman,
  9: 123-26.
Applying the Gospel: Suggestion for Christian Social Action in a Local Church, by William M. Pinson, Jr.,
    21: 360-61.
Approaches to Auschwitz: The Holocaust and Its Legacy, by Richard L. Rubenstein and John K. Roth, 31:
    133-35.
Approach to Christian Ethics, An: The Life, Contribution, and Thought of T. B. Maston, edited by William
    M. Pinson, Jr., 23: 588-89.
Aquinas’s Theory of Natural Law, by Anthony J. Lisska, 41: 141-42.
Apocalypse How? Baptist Movements During the English Revolution, by Mark R. Bell, 43: 361-62.
Arab Ba’th Socialist Party, The: History, Ideology, and Organization, by Kamel S. Abu Jaber, 10: 157.
Arab Christian, The: A History in the Middle East, by Kenneth Cragg, 35: 408-09.
Arab-Israeli Impasse, The, edited by Majdia D. Khaddouri, 12: 332-34.
Archbishop Romero: Martyr of Salvador, by Placido Erdozain, 24: 629-30.
Archbishop Thomas and King Henry II, by Tom Corte, 21: 142.
Argentina and the Jews: A History of Jewish Immigration, by Haim Avni, 34: 869-70.
Arguing About War, by Michael Walzer, 48: 201-03.
Armed with the Constitution: Jehovah’s Witnesses in Alabama and the U.S. Supreme Court, 1939-1946, by
    Merlin Owen Newton, 37: 919.
Armenian Communities in Syria Under Ottoman Dominion, The, by Avidis K. Sanjian,
  8: 484-86.
Armstrong Empire, The: A Look at the Worldwide Church of God, by Joseph Hopkins,
  17: 347-48.
Arrogance of Faith, The: Christianity and Race in America from the Colonial Era to the Twentieth
    Century, by Forrest G. Wood, 34: 383-84.
Ascendance of Israel’s Radical Right, by Ehud Sprinzak, 35: 620-21.
Asian Values and Human Rights: A Communitarian Perspective, by Wm. Theodore de Gary, 41: 601.
Asia’s Struggle for Full Humanity: Towards a Relevant Theology: Papers from the Asian Theological
    Conference, January 7-20, 1979, Wennappuwa, Sri Lanka, edited by Virginia Fabella, 25: 175-76.
Aspects of Judaism in the Graeco-Roman Period, edited by Alan Mendelson, E. P. Sanders, and A. I.
    Baumgarten, 24: 167.
Aspects of Religion in the Soviet Union, 1917-1967, edited by Richard H. Marshall, Thomas E. Bird, and
    Andrew Q. Blane, 13: 518-19.
At Ease in Zion: A Social History of the Southern Baptists, 1865-1900, by Rufus B. Spain, 9: 265-67.
Atheist, The: Madalyn Murray O’Hair, by Bryan F. Le Beau, 45: 830-31.
Atlas of the Holocaust, by Martin Gilbert, 32: 145-46.
Augustine Through the Ages: An Encyclopedia, by Allan D. Fitzgerald, O.S.A., 43: 137.
Auschwitz: Beginning of a New Era? Reflections on the Holocaust, edited by Eva Fleischner, 20: 567-69.
Austrian Catholics and the First Republic: Democracy, Capitalism, and the Social Order, 1918-1924, by
    Alfred Diama, 5: 131-33.
Authentic Transformation: A New Vision of Christ and Culture, by Glen H. Stassen and D.M. Yeager, 40:
    692-93.
Authority and Institution: A Study in Church Crisis, by James Drane, 21: 369-70.
Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 1305-1378, The, by Norman Housley, 30: 368-69.
Awash in a Sea of Faith, by Jon Butler, 32: 882-83.
Back to the Ghetto: Zionism in Retreat, by Uri Huppert, 31: 315-16.
Baker James Cauthen: A Man for All Nations, by Jesse C. Fletcher, 21: 569-70.
Ballots and Bibles: Ethnic Politics and the Catholic Church in Providence, by Evelyn Savidge Sterne, 47:
    403-04.
Balthasar Hubmaier: Schriften, edited by Gunnar Westin and Torsten Bergst, 5: 268-69.
Balthasar Hubmaier-Seine Stellung zu Reformation und Taufertum, 1521-1528, by Torsten Bergsten, 5:
    138-40.
Balthasar Hubmaier: Theologian of Anabaptism, edited and trans. by H. Wayne Pipkin and John Howard
    Yoder, 32: 420-21.
Baptism and Change in the Early Middle Ages, c.200 - c. 1150, by Peter Cramer, 37: 915.
Baptist Battles: Social Change and Religious Conflict in the Southern Baptist Convention, by Nancy Tatom
    Ammerman, 34: 625-25.
Baptist Piety: The Last Will and Testament of Obadiah Holmes, by Edwin S. Gaustad, 21: 354.
Baptist Reformation, The, by Jerry Sutton, 43: 824-25.
Baptist Relations wtth Other Christians, edited by James Leo Garrett, Jr., 18: 591-92.
Baptist Roots: A Reader in the Theology of a Christian People, edited by Curtis Freeman, James Wm.
    McLendon, Jr., and C. Rosalee Velloso da Silva, 43: 351-52.
Baptists and the American Experience, edited by James E. Wood, Jr., 20: 561-63.
Baptists on the American Frontier: A History of Ten Baptist Churches of Which the Author Has Been
    Alternately a Member, by John Taylor, 39: 603-04.
Baptists Together in Christ 1905-2005: A Hundred-Year History of the Baptist World Alliance, edited by
    Richard V. Pierard, 49: 157-58.


Baptists Who Shaped a Nation, by O. K. Armstrong and Marjorie Armstrong, 19: 128.
Baptist Witness in Catholic Europe: Addresses and Reports from a Conference of Workers in Traditionally
    Catholic Areas, edited by John Allen Moore, 18: 369-70.
Baptized in Blood: The Religion of the Lost Cause, 1865-1920, by Charles Reagan Wilson, 24: 610-12.
Bare Ruined Choirs: The Dissolution of the English Monastaries, by David Knowles, 20: 143-44.
Barman Declaration as a Paradigm for a Theology of the American Church, The, by Robert T. Osborn, 35:
    914-15.
Barriers and Bridges to Brotherhood, by Haskell M. Miller, 6: 258-60.
Bartolome de Las Casas in History: Toward Understanding of the Man and His Work, edited by Juan Fride
    and Benjamin Keen, 14: 544-45.
Bartolome de Las Casas: The Only Way, edited by Helen Rand Parish, 37: 907.
Basic Russian Publications: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography on Russia and Soviet Union, edited by
    Paul L. Horecky, 5: 137-38.
Basis of Religious Liberty, The, by A. F. Carillo de Albornoz, 6: 366-67.
Battleground: One Mother’s Crusade, the Religious Right, and the Struggle for Control of Our
    Classrooms, by Stephen Bates, 36: 624-25.
Because of Their Faith: CALCAV and Religious Opposition to the Vietnam War, by Mitchell K. Hall, 33:
    158-59.
Becoming Free: Autonomy and Diversity in the Liberal Polity, by Emily R. Gill, 44: 175-77.
Becoming Good American Schools: The Struggle for Civic Virtue in Education Reform, by Jeannie Oakes,
    Karen Hunter Quartz, Steve Ryan, and Martin Lipton, 43: 375-76.
Beginning and the End of “Religion,” The, by Nicholas Lash, 40: 197-98.
Behind Prison Walls, by Mark Luttrell, 20: 365-66.
Behind the Wall, by Robert E. A. Lee, 6: 253-55.
Being Free: Reflections on America’s Cultural Revolution, by Gibson Winter, 17: 542-43.
Being Reconciled: Ontology and Pardon, by John Milbank, 47: 163-64.
Being Religious in America, by Erling Jorstad, 29: 574-75.
Being Right: Conservative Catholics in America, by Mary Jo Weaver and Scott Appleby, 38: 902.
Beliefs, Values and Policies: Conviction Politics in a Secular Age, by Duncan B. Forrester, 33: 134-35.
Believer as Citizen, The: John Courtney Murray in a New Context, by Thomas Hughson, S.J., 36: 407-09.
Believers’ Church, The: The History and Character of Radical Protestantism, by Donald F.
        Durnbaugh, 13: 536-37.
Beloved Community, The: How Faith Shapes Social Justice, From the Civil Rights Movement to Today, by
    Charles Marsh, 49: 159-60.
Beloved Strangers: Interfaith Families in Nineteenth Century America, by Anne C. Rose, 44: 586-87.
Benedict XVI Fellow Worker for the Truth: An Introduction to His Life and Thought, by Laurence
      Paul Hemming, 48: 698-99.
Benito Juarez, by Ivie E. Cadenhead, 17: 119-21.
Berdyaev’s Philosophy of Hope: A Contribution to Marxist-Christian Dialogue, by C. S. Calian, 11: 515-17
Berrigans, The, edited by William Van Elten Casey and Philip Nobile, 19: 600-601.
Best of Church and State, 1948-1975, edited by Albert J. Menendez, 19: 365-66.
Bethlehem Besieged: Stories of Hope in Times of Trouble, by Mitri Raheb, 47: 393-94.
Between Church and State: Religion and Public Education in a Multicultural America, by James W.
    Fraser, 42: 872-73.
Between God and Caesar: Priests, Sisters and Political Office in the United States, by Madonna
    Kolbenschlag, 30: 129-30.
Between God and the Party: Religion and Politics in Revolutionary Cuba, by John M. Kirk, 32: 417-18.
Between Hammer and Sickle, by Ben Ami, 11: 561.
Between Honesty and Hope: Documents from and about the Church In Latin America, by Peruvian
    Bishops’ Commission for Social Action, 15: 482-84.
Between Marx and Christ, by James Bentley, 25: 571-74.
Between Pacifism and Jihad: Just War and Christian Tradition, by J. Daryl Charles, 48: 455-56.
Between Pulpit and Pew: Folk Religion in a North Yorkshire Fishing Village, by David Clark, 27: 544-45.
Between Qur’an and Crown: The Challenge of Political Legitimacy in the Arab World, by Tamara Sonn,
    35: 908-10.
Between Redemption and Perdition: Modern Antisemitism and Jewish Identity, by Robert C. Wistrich, 33:
    824-25.
Between Sacred and Secular: Research and Theory on Quasi-Religion, edited by Arthur L. Greil and
    Thomas Robbins, 37: 665-66.
Between Two Absolutes, Public Opinion and the Politics of Abortion, by Elizabeth Adell Cook, Ted G.
    Jelen, and Clyde Wilcox, 37: 185.
Between Two Worlds: A Congressman’s Choice, by John B. Anderson, 14: 350-51.
Beyond a Christian Commonwealth: The Protestant Quarrel with the American Republic, 1830-1860, by
    Mark Y. Hanley, 38: 438-39.
Beyond Opportunity: Jesse Jackson’s Vision for America, edited by Roger D. Hatch and Frank E. Watkins,
    30: 572-73.
Beyond Retribution: A New Testament Vision for Justice, Crime, and Punishment, by Christopher Marshall,
    44: 182-83.
Beyond the Law, by James A. Pike, 7: 110-11.
Bible and Its Influence, The, edited by Cullen Schippe and Chuck Stetson, 48: 711-12.
Bible and Popular Culture in America, The, edited by Allene Stuart Phy, 28: 340-41.
Bible and Social Reform, The, edited by Ernest R. Sandeen, 28: 516-18.
Bible and the Schools, The, by William O. Douglas, 8: 116-18.
Bible Believers: Fundamentalists in the Modern World, by Nancy Tatom Ammerman, 30: 613.
Bible Belt Mystique, The, by C. Dwight Dorough,18: 140-41.
Bible in America, The: Essays in Cultural History, edited by Nathan O. Hatch and Mark A. Noll, 25: 352-
    54.
Bible in American Law, Politics, and Political Rhetoric, by James Turner Johnson, 29: 157.
Bible in Literature Courses, The: Successful Lesson Plans, by Linda L. Meixner, 36: 410-11.
Bible in Politics, The: How to Read the Bible Politically, by Richard Bauckham, 32: 650-52.
Bible, Religion, and the Public Schools, The, by Donald E. Boles, 4: 118-19.
Biblical Backgrounds of the Middle East Conflict, by Georgia Harkness and Charles F. Kraft, 21: 575-76.
Biblical Faith and Social Ethics, by E. Clinton Gardner, 2: 171-72.
Biblical Foundations and a Method of Doing Christian Ethics, by Elton M. Eeigenburg, 39: 359-60.
Biblical Hermeneutics and Black Theology in South Africa, by Itumeleng J. Mosala, 34: 392-93.
Biblical Images in Literature, edited by Roland Bartel, 19: 371.
Biblical Interpretation and Middle East Policy: The Promised Land, America and Israel, 1917-2002, by
    Irvine H. Anderson, 49: 565-66.
Biblical Origins of Modern Secular Culture: An Essay in the Interpretation of Western History, by Willis
    B. Glover, 29: 160-61.
Biblical Revelation and African Beliefs, edited by Kwesi A. Dickson and Paul Ellingworth, 19: 593-94.
Bibliography on Cardinal Mindszenty (1892-1975), compiled by Joseph Szeplaki, 21: 368.
Bigotry, Prejudice and Hatred: Definitions, Causes and Solutions, edited by Robert M. Baird and Stuart E.
    Rosenbaum, 36: 178-79.
Billy Graham and the Beloved Community: America’s Evan-gelist and the Dream of Martin Luther King,
    Jr., by Michael G. Long, 49: 579-80.
Binding the Strong Man: A Political Reading of Mark’s Story of Jesus, by Ched Myers, 31: 571.
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Christian Millenarianism: From the Early Church to Waco, edited by Stephen Hunt, 44: 365-66.
Christian Peacemaking and International Conflict, by Duane K. Friesen, 30: 348-49.
Christian Perspective on Politics, by J. Philip Wogaman, 42: 585-86.
Christian Political Theology: A Marxian Guide, by Joseph Petulla, 16: 536-38.
Christian Realism and Liberation. Theology: Practical Theologies in Creative Conflict, by Dennis P.
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Christian Religion in the Soviet Union: A Sociological Study, by Christel Lane, 21: 335-37.
Christian Response to the Holocaust, A, by Harry James Cargas, 24: 387-88.
Christian Revolutionary, The, by Dale W. Brown, 19: 361-62.
Christian Right and Congress, The, by Matthew C. Moen, 33: 152-53.
Christian Social Conscience, The, by Rodger Charles, 18: 132-34.
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Christianity and Chinese Religions, by Hans Küng and Julia Ching, 32: 646-47.
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Christianity and Democracy: A Theology for a Just World Order, by John W. de Gruchy, 39: 161-62.
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Christianity and Islam: The Struggling Dialogue, by Richard W. Rousseau, S.J., 29: 144-45.
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Christianity and Political Responsibility, by Alden D. Kelley, 4: 211-12.
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Christianity and Politics in Doe’s Liberia, by Paul Gifford, 36: 851.
Christianity and Revolution: The Lesson of Cuba, by Leslie Dewart, 6: 101-02.
Christianity and Russian Culture in Soviet Society, by Nicolai N. Petro, 33: 603-04.
Christianity and the Crisis of Culture and Values in a Time of Upheaval, by Joseph Ratzinger, 49: 368-70.
Christianity and the Mass Media in America: Towards a Democratic Accommodation, by Quentin J.
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Christianity and the Soul of the University: Faith as a Foundation for Intellectual Community, by Douglas
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Christianity in China: Protestant Missionary Writings, by Suzanne Wilson Barnett, 30: 175.
Christianity in the People’s Republic of China, by G. Thompson Brown, 30: 345-46.
Christianity in the Second Century: The Case of Tatian, by Emily J. Hunt, 46: 655-56.
Christianity in the Twenty-first Century, by Robert Wuthnow, 37: 643.
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Christianity Today in the USSR, by Howard L. Parsons, 30: 376-68.
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Christians and Communists: An Ecumenical Perspective, by Ans J. van der Bent, 25: 154-55.
Christians and Jews under Islam, by Youssef Courbage and Phillipe Fargues, 41: 139-41.
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Christians and Power Politics, by Alan Booth, 6: 260-61.
Christians and Socialism, edited by John Drury, 19: 347-49.
Christians and the Common Market, by British Council of Churches, 10: 483.
Christians and the State, by John C. Bennett, 1: 49.
Christians and Tyrants: The Prison Testimonies of Boethios, Thomas More and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, by
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Christians in Contemporary Russia, by Nikita Struve, 10: 138-40.
Christians in Secular India, by Abraham Vazhayil Thomas, 18: 348-50.
Christians in the Shadow of the Kremlin, by Anita Deyneka and Peter Deyneka, Jr., 19: 132-33.
Christians in Ulster, 1968-1980, by Eric Gallagher and Stanley Worrall, 25: 366-68.
Christian Social Ethics in Ukraine: The Legacy of Andrei Sheptytsky, by Andrii Krawchuk, 41: 835-36.
Christians on the Right: The Moral Majority in Perspective, by John L. Kater, Jr., 25: 545-48.
Christians Organizing for Political Service: A Study Guide Based on the Work of the Association for Public
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Christians under the Hammer & Sickle, by Winrich Scheffbuch, 17: 352-53.
Christian Thinking and Social Order: Conviction Politics from the 1930s to the Present Day, edited by
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Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered: The Myth of a Pluralistic Theology of Religions, edited by Gavin
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Christian Women in Indonesia: A Narrative Study of Gender and Religion, by Frances S. Adeney, 46: 134-
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Church and Politics: From Theology to a Case History of Zimbabwe, by Enda       McDonagh, 24: 621-22.
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Church and Society in England, 1770-1970: A Historical Study, by E. R. Norman, 20: 559-60.
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Church and State in Britain Since 1820, edited by David Nicholls, 11: 348-49.
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Church and State in Canada West, by John S. Moir, 2: 73-75.
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Church and State in French Colonial Louisiana: Policy and Politics to 1732, by Charles Edwards O’Neill,
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Church and State in Medieval Europe, 1050-1314, by Thomas J. Renna, 20: 353-54.
Church and State in Modern Ireland, 1923-1979, by J. H. Whyte, 15: 318-20; 24: 391-93.
Church and State in Revolutionary Virginia, 1776-1787, by Thomas E. Buckley, 21: 125-27.
Church and State in Scotland, 1660-1681, by Julia Buckroyd, 23: 569-70.
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Church and State in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts: Another Look at the Antinomian Controversy, by
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Church and State in Social Welfare, by Bernard J. Coughlin, 7: 466-69.
Church and State in Soviet Russia: Russian Orthodoxy from World War II to the Khrushchev Years, by
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Church and State in Tanzania: Aspects of a Changing Relationship, 1961-1994, by Frieder Ludwig, 44:
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Church and State in the Philippines, by Jorge R. Coquia, 4: 99-101.
Church and State in the Teaching of St. Ambrose, by Claudio Morino, 12: 338-39.
Church and State in the United States, by Anson Phelps Stokes and Leo Pfeffer, 7: 134-36.
Church and State in Your Community, by Elwyn A. Smith, 7: 275-77.
Church and State in Yugoslavia Since 1945, by Stella Alexander, 26: 140-41.
Church and State in Zimbabwe, edited by Carl Hallencreutz and Ambrose Moyo, 33: 145-46.
Church and State: Opening a New Ecumenical Discussion, by World Council of Churches,
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Church and State: The Nigerian Experience, by John Chidi Nwafor, 46: 654-55.
Church and State: The Story of Two Kingdoms, by J. Marcellus Kik, 6: 231-34.
Church and State: The Supreme Court and the First Amendment, edited by Philip B.
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Church and the Black Man, The, by John Howard Griffin, 12: 539.
Church and the Body Politic, The, by Franklin H. Littell, 11 : 320-22.
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Church and the Latin American Revolution, The, by Francois Houtart and Emile Pin,
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Church and the Left, The, by Adam Michnik, 36: 857.
Church and the Secular Order in Reformation Thought, The, by John Tonkin, 15: 140-44.
Church and the Two Nations in Medieval Ireland, The, by J. A. Watt, 13: 363-64.
Church and University in the Scottish Enlightenment: The Moderate Literati of Edinburgh, by Richard B.
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Church and Urban Renewal, The, by George D. Younger, 7: 469-71.
Church as a Political Factor in Latin America, The: With Particular Reference to Colombia and Chile, by
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Church as Enemy, The: Anticlericalism in Nineteenth Century French Literature, by Joseph N. Moody, 11:
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Church as Koinonia of Salvation, The: Its Structures and Ministries, by Randall Lee and Jeffrey
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Church as Polis, The: From Political Theology to Theological Politics as Exemplified by Jurgen Moltmann
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Church as the Bulwark against Authoritarianism, The: Development of Church and State in Kenya with
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Church at the Grassroots in Latin America, The: Perspectives on Thirty Years of Activism, edited by John
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Church Confronts the Nazis, The: Barmen Then and Now, edited by Hubert G. Locke, 27: 344-45.
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Church for Others, The: Protestant Theology in Communist East Germany, by Gregory Baum, 40: 690-91.
Church in a Marxist Society: A Czechoslovak View, by Jan Milic Lochman, 16: 337-40.
Church in Brazil, The: The Politics of Religion, by Thomas C. Bruneau, 26: 340-41.
Church in China, The: How It Survives and Prospers Under Communism, by Carl Lawrence, 28: 551-52.
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Church in Soviet Russia, The, by Matthew Spinka, 2: 170-71.
Church in the Republic, The: Gallicanism and Political Ideology in Renaissance France, by Jotham
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Church Lobbying in a Western State: A Case Study on Abortion Legislation, by Daniel J. O’Neil, 21: 152-
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Church, Politics, and Society: Scotland 1408-1929, by Norman Macdougall, 27: 143-44.
Church Polity and American Politics: Issues in Contemporary Catholicism, by Mary C. Segers, 33: 811-12.
Church Property and the Mexican Reform, 1856-1910, by Robert J. Knowlton, 20: 328-31.
Church Schools and Public Money, by Edd Doerr and Albert J. Menendez, 34: 868-69.
Church Reform of Peter the Great, The, by James Cracraft, 16: 123-25.
Church Related Higher Education: Perceptions and Perspectives, edited by Robert Rue
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Church Responds, The, by Joan Thatcher, 13: 549.
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Church, State, and Education, by Ernest Barker, 2: 69-71.
Church, State, and Freedom, by Leo Pfeffer, 9: 391-92.
Church, State, and Jew in the Middle Ages, edited by Robert Chazan, 23: 139-40.
Church, State and Opposition in the U.S.S.R., by Gerhard Simon, 17: 325-27.
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Church, State, and Religious Dissent: A History of Seventh-Day Adventists in Austria, by Daniel Heinz, 38:
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Church, State and Schools in Britain 1800-1970, by James Murphy, 15: 134-35.
Church, State and Society, 1760-1850, by William Gibson, 37: 425.
Church, State and Society in Kenya: From Mediation to Opposition, 1963-1993, by Galia Sabar, 45: 817-
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Church, State, and Society under the Bourbon Kings of France, by Richard M. Golden, 26: 346-47.
Church, State, and the American Indians: Two and a Half Centuries of Partnership in Missions between
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Church, State, and the Constitution, by George Goldberg, 31: 138-39.
Church-State Constitutional Issues: Making Sense of the Establishment Clause, by Donald L. Drakeman,
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Church Under the Law, The: Justice, Administration and Discipline in the Diocese of York, 1560-1640, by
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Church Universal and Triumphant, The: Elizabeth Clare Prophet’s Apocalyptic Movement, by Bradley
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Church Wealth and Business Income, by Martin A. Larson, 8: 111-12.
Church, World, and the Christian Life: Practical Prophetic Ecclesiology, by Nicholas Healy, 43: 345-46.
Church’s Confession Under Hitler, The, by Arthur C. Cochrane, 4: 224-25.
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Church’s Public Role, The: Retrospect and Prospect, by Dieter T. Hessel, 36: 176-77.
Churches and Politics in Germany, The, by Frederic Spotts, 18: 561-63.
Churches and Politics in Latin America, edited by Daniel H. Levine, 23: 131-32.
Churches and Social Issues in Twentieth-Century Britain, by G. I. T. Machin, 41: 612-13.
Churches and States: The Religious Institution and Modernization, edited by Kalman H.
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Churches and the Chaplaincy, The, by Richard G. Hutcheson, Jr., 21: 352-53.
Churches and the Holocaust: Unholy Teaching, Good Samaritans, and Reconcilition, by Mordecai Paldiel,
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Churches and the Nations, The, by O. Frederick Nolde, 17: 150-51.
Churches and the Third Reich, The, Volume One, by Klaus Scholder, 31: 317-18.
Churches in Contestation: Asian Christian Social Protest, by Parig Digan, 28: 334-35.
Churches in Cultural Captivity: A History of the Social Attitudes of Southern Baptists,    by   John     Lee
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Churches Militant, The: The War of 1812 and American Religion, by William Gribbin,         17: 511-12.
Churches of Christ in the Twentieth Century, The: Homer Hailey’s Personal Journey of Faith, by David
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Churches, Southern Africa, and the Political Context, The, edited by Gerhard Besier and translated by
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Churches, The: Their Riches, Revenues, and Immunities, by Martin A. Larson and C. Stanley Lowell, 11:
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Churching of America, 1776-1990, The: Winners and Losers in Our Religious Economy, by Roger Finke
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Churching of America, 1776-2005, The: Winners and Losers in Our Religious Economy, by Roger
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Citizen Christian, The, by James F. Andrews, 11: 537-39.
Citizen of No Mean City: Archbishop Patrick Riordan of San Francisco (1841-1914), by
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Citizenship and Conscience: A Study in the Theory and Practice of Religious Toleration in England During
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Citizenship for Christians, by Foy Valentine, 19: 364-65.
City of Man, The, by Pierre Manent, 41: 825.
Civic Agendas and Religious Passion: Châlons-sur-Marne during the French Wars of Religion, 1560-1594,
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Civil Disobedience and Beyond: Law, Resistance and Religion in South Africa, by Charles Villa Vicencio,
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Civil Disobedience and the Christian, by Daniel B. Stevick, 12: 129-30.
Civtl Disobedience: Theory and Practice, edited by Hugo Adam Bedau, 20: 587-88.
Civil Idolatry: Desacralizing and Monarchy in Spenser, Shakespeare and Milton, by Richard F. Hardin, 36:
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Civil Liberties and the Constitution: Cases and Commentaries, edited by Lucius J. Barker
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Civil Liberty in South Africa, by Edgar H. Brookes and J. B. Macauley, 3: 91-93.
Civil Peace and Sacred Order, by Stephen R. L. Clark, 32: 892.
Civil Religion and Political Theology, by Leroy S. Rouner, 30: 172-73.
Civil Religion and the Presidency, by Richard V. Pierard and Robert D. Linder, 31: 546.
Civil Religion in Israel: Traditional Judaism and Political Culture in the Jewish State, by Charles S.
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Civil Rights, the Constitution, and the Courts, by Archibald Cox, Mark DeWolfe Howe, and J. R. Wiggins,
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Civil Society and the Search for Justice in Russia, edited by Christopher Marsh and Nikolas K. Gvosdev,
    45: 607-08.
Civil Society in the Middle East, Vol. 1, edited by Augustus Richard Norton, 38: 191.
Civil War as a Theological Crisis, The, by Mark A. Noll, 48: 893-94.
Clarendon: Selections from The History of the Rebellion and The Life by Himself, edited by G. Huehns, 22:
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Clash of Titans: Africa and U.S. Foreign Policy, by Edward W. Chester, 18: 579-81.
Class, Religion and Local Politics in Wilhelmine Germany: The Centre Party in Wurttemberg before 1914,
    by David Blackbourn, 23: 354-55.
Classical Liberalism & the Jewish Tradition, by Edward Alexander, 45: 611-12.
Classics of Free Thought, edited by Paul Blanshard, 21: 355-56.
Clergy and Economic Growth in Quebec, 1896-1914, The, by William F. Ryan, 10: 159.
Clergy Malpractice in America: Nally v. Grace Community Church of the Valley, by Mark A. Weitz, 45:
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Clero y politica en Mexico, 1767-1834: Algunas ideas sobre la autoridad la independencla y la reforma
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Close Encounters with the Religious Right: Journeys into the Twilight Zone of Religion and Politics, by
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Cloud of Witnesses, edited by Jim Wallis and Joyce Hollyday, 34: 881-82.
Code of Canon Law, The: A Text and Commentary, by James A. Coriden, Thomas J. Green, and Donald E.
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Collected Works of Eric Voegelin, vol. 13, Selected Book Reviews, edited by Jodi Cockerell and Barry
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Colleges in Controversy: The Jesuit Schools in France from Revival to Suppression, 1815-1880, by John
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Colonial Church of England during the American Revolution, The, by Nancy L. Rhoden, 42: 389-90.
Colonialism and Christian Missions, by Stephen Neill, 9: 101-03.
Coming Convergence of World Religions, The, by Robley Edward Whitson, 15: 323-24.
Coming of the Third Church, The: An Analysis of the Present and Future of the Church, by
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Commentary on the Documents of Vatican II, edited by Herbert Vorgrimfer, 11: 167-68.
Commitment on Campus: Changes in Religion and Values over Five Decades, by Dean R. Hoge, 18: 136-
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Common Truths: New Perspectives on Natural Law, edited by Edward B. McLean, 43: 802-03.
Common Whores, Vertuous Women and Loveing Wives: Free Will Christian Women in Colonial Maryland,
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Communal Catholic, The: A Personal Manifesto, by Andrew M. Greeley, 21: 156.
Communication and Reconciliation: Challenges Facing the 21st Century, edited by Philip Lee, 45: 371-72.
Communication of World Affairs Within and By American Churches (Bibliography and Extracts), by
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Communications Control, Readings in the Motives and Structures of Censorship, edited by John Phelan,
    13: 164.
Communion of Saints: Radical Puritan and Separatist Ecclesiology, 1570-1625, The, by Stephen
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Communist China and Latin America, 1959-1967, by Cecil Johnson, 13: 546-47.
Communist Russia and the Russian Orthodox Church, 1943-1962, by William B. Stroyen, 11: 135-36.
Communists and Catholics in France, 1936-1939: The Politics of the Outstretched Hand, by Francis J.
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Communists, The: The Story of Power and Lost Illusions: 1948-1991, by Adam Ulam, 35: 413-14.
Communities of Resistance and Solidarity: A Feminist Theology of Liberation, by Sharon D. Welch, 29:
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Community and Alienation: Essays on Process Thought and Public Life, by Douglas Strum, 31: 555.
Community Conflict, Public Opinion and the Law: The Amish Dispute in Iowa, by Harrell R. Rogers, Jr.,
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Community of Witches, A: Contemporary Neo-Paganism and Witchcraft in the United States, by Helen A.
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Community, State, and Church, by Karl Barth, 3: 84-87.
Compulsory Education and the Amish: The Right Not to Be Modern, edited by Albel N. Keim, 20: 570-71
Concept of Correlation, The: Paul Tillich and the Possibility of a Mediating Theology, by John P. Clayton,
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Concise History of Christianity in Canada, A, edited by Terrence Murphy and Roberto Perrin, 39: 593-95.
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Confessing Christ in the 21st Century, by Mark Douglas, 49: 584-85.
Confessions of an Interest Group: The Catholic Church and Political Parties in Europe, by Carolyn M.
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Confidentiality and Clergy: Churches, Ethics and the Law, by William W. Rankin, 34: 860-61.
Conflict and Change in the Catholic Church, by John Seidler and Katherine Meyer, 32: 155.
Conflict and Competition: The Latin American Church in a Changing Environment, edited by Edward L.
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Poor Relief and Protestantism: The Evolution of Social Welfare in Sixteenth-Century Emden, by Timothy
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Port Royal: The Drama of the Jansenists, by Marc Escholier, 11: 345-46.
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Power, Authority, and How Each Group Constructs Symbolic Meaning through Structures and Behaviors:
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