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.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0022-4227
ISSN (online): 
1467-9809

Latest articles

“Soldiers of Christ” from the Byzantine Perspective: Monks, Emperors, and Conflict in the Early Byzantine Empire
Walter Roberts, ONLINE EARLY
Anchoring Pontifical Authority: A Reconsideration of the Papal Employment of the Title Pontifex Maximus
Roald Dijkstra, Dorine Van Espelo, ONLINE EARLY
The Latest Instalment in the Whig Interpretation of Australian Education History: Catherine Byrne's JORH Article “Free, Compulsory and (not) Secular”
David Hastie, ONLINE EARLY
Duelling Ecclesiologies: 1640s Religious Independency in Katherine Chidley's Separatism vs. Thomas Edwards's Presbyterianism
Peter Elliott, ONLINE EARLY
Divine Healing in Australian Protestantism, 1870–1940
Damon S. Adams, ONLINE EARLY
The Politics of the Pew: Faith, Liberty, and Authority in a Sydney Church in 1828
Matthew Allen, ONLINE EARLY
Philip IV of Spain and the Portuguese Inquisition (1621–1641)
José P. Paiva, 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
Inventing Revivalist Millennialism: Edwards and the Scottish Connection
Nathan Friend, ONLINE EARLY
Durán of Huesca (c. 1160–1230): A Waldensian Seeking a Remedy to Heresy
Adam L. Hoose, ONLINE EARLY

Volume 41 (1)

Issue information - TOC
vol. 41 (1): 1-2
Marion Gibson: Imagining the Pagan Past: Gods and Goddesses in Literature and History since the Dark Ages. London and New York: Routledge, 2013; pp. ix + 257.
Lauren Bernauer, vol. 41 (1): 111-111
Frank Marotti: The Cana Sanctuary: History, Diplomacy, and Black Catholic Marriage in Antebellum St. Augustine, Florida. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2012; pp. ix + 229.
Edward L. Bond, vol. 41 (1): 112-113
Lisbeth Bredholt Christensen, Olav Hammer, and David A. Warburton, eds.: The Handbook of Religions in Ancient Europe. Durham: Acumen, 2013; pp. xiii + 456.
Carole M. Cusack, vol. 41 (1): 113-114
Doru Costache, Philip Kariatlis, and Mario Baghos, eds.: Alexandrian Legacy: A Critical Appraisal. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2015; pp. xxi + 420.
Carole M. Cusack, vol. 41 (1): 114-116
Sara Parvis and Paul Foster, eds.: Irenaeus: Life, Scripture, Legacy. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2012; pp. xv + 274.
John D'Alton, vol. 41 (1): 116-118
Stephen Mark Holmes: Sacred Signs in Reformation Scotland: Interpreting Worship, 1488–1590. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015; pp. xv + 240.
Sally Fisher, vol. 41 (1): 118-119
Dale B. Martin: New Testament History and Literature. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2012; pp. 447.
Vrasidas Karalis, vol. 41 (1): 119-121
Thomas G. Welsh: Closing Chapters: Urban Change, Religious Reform, and the Decline of Youngstown's Catholic Elementary Schools, 1960–2006. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2012; pp. x + 321.
Darin D. Lenz, vol. 41 (1): 121-123