Journal of Religious History

The Journal of Religious History is an international, fully refereed journal which publishes articles and reviews current work in the history of religions and their relationship with all aspects of human experience. With high quality international contributors, the journal explores religion and its related subjects, along with debates on comparative method and theory in religious history.

Triennially: February, June, October.

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Latest articles

The Politics of the Pew: Faith, Liberty, and Authority in a Sydney Church in 1828
Matthew Allen, ONLINE EARLY
The Convertible Saint: Expeditus through Time and Space*
Mathew Kuefler, ONLINE EARLY
Towards a Religious History of the Black Atlantic: Charles H. Long's Significations and New World Slavery
Juan M. Floyd-thomas, ONLINE EARLY
Dominican and Jesuit Formal Education in the First Years of Spanish Manila (c. 1571–1621)
John N. Crossley, ONLINE EARLY
Inventing Revivalist Millennialism: Edwards and the Scottish Connection
Nathan Friend, ONLINE EARLY
Why Worldwide Bible Translation Grows Exponentially
Matthias Gerner, ONLINE EARLY
Four Decades of “Discreet” Charismata: The Catholic Apostolic Church in Australia 1863–1900
Friends Farm: Australia’s First Quaker Commune
William J. Metcalf, ONLINE EARLY
A Wholesome Cure for the Wounded Soul: Confession, Emotions, and Self in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Catholicism
Elwin Hofman, ONLINE EARLY
The Problem of Toleration in Early Massachusetts
“Hymns of a More or Less Idiotic Character”: The Impact and Use of “Sankey's” Gospel Songs in Late Nineteenth-Century Australia
Elisabeth Wilson, ONLINE EARLY
Durán of Huesca (c. 1160–1230): A Waldensian Seeking a Remedy to Heresy

Volume 41 (3)

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vol. 41 (3): 289-290
Joseph Stubenrauch: The Evangelical Age of Ingenuity in Industrial Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016; pp. xii + 285.
Gareth Atkins, vol. 41 (3): 404-406
John K. Roth: The Failures of Ethics: Confronting the Holocaust, Genocide, and Other Mass Atrocities. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015; pp. 277.
Adam Brown, vol. 41 (3): 406-407
Susan R. Kramer: Sin, Interiority, and Selfhood in the Twelfth-Century West. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2015; pp. xii + 172.
Raymond Cormier, vol. 41 (3): 407-410
David Mislin: Saving Faith: Making Religious Pluralism an American Value at the Dawn of the Secular Age. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2015; pp. 215.
Aaron K. Davis, vol. 41 (3): 410-411
Seth Dowland: Family Values and the Rise of the Christian Right. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015; pp. 271.
Aaron K. Davis, vol. 41 (3): 411-413
Tanya S. Miller: The Beguines of Medieval Paris: Gender, Patronage, and Spiritual Authority. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014; pp. 293.
Rina Lahav, vol. 41 (3): 413-414
Brenda L. Ihssen: John Moschos’ Spiritual Meadow: Authority and Autonomy at the End of the Antique World. Farnham: Ashgate, 2014; pp. xv + 181.
Andrew Mellas, vol. 41 (3): 414-416