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

Los Angeles Pentecostals: The Dislocation of a People and the Birth of a Movement
Timothy P. Helton, ONLINE EARLY
An Anglican Clergyman on the Frontier: Benjamin Glennie on the Darling Downs 1848–1860
Robert Hogg, ONLINE EARLY
Reformation Humanist Leonard Stöckel (1510–1560) and the Christian Political Ethics of Erasmus of Rotterdam
Vasil Gluchman, ONLINE EARLY
“And They'll Know We Are Christians By Our Love”: Exploring the Role of Christian Love on Maloga Mission, 1874–1888
Claire McLisky, ONLINE EARLY
“Your Journal, My Love”: Constructing Personal and Religious Bonds in Eighteenth-Century Women's Diaries
Cynthia Aalders, ONLINE EARLY
To Rid the Italian Soul of One Dark Blot: Recognising Race in White Christian Religion
David F. Evans, ONLINE EARLY
The Baha'i Faith: Distribution Statistics, 1925–1949
Peter Smith, ONLINE EARLY
Between Two Paradigms: Harriet Pullen and the Earliest Australian Female Preachers
Nicole Starling, ONLINE EARLY
The Perpetually Wedded Wife of God: A Study of Shaykh Musa “Sadā Suhāg” as the Founder of Sadā Suhāgiyya Silsilah
Tanvir Anjum, ONLINE EARLY
Jealous Missionaries on the Pacific Northwest Coast of Canada
Peggy Brock, ONLINE EARLY
Studying Dream Interpretation from Early Christianity to the Rise of Islam
Bronwen Neil, ONLINE EARLY
The Ambiguities of Christian Sexual Discourse in Post-War Britain: The British Council of Churches and Its Early Moral Welfare Work
Laura Monica Ramsay, ONLINE EARLY
Instantiating Vision at the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary
Patricia Hart Mangan, ONLINE EARLY
Fearing the “Turk” and Feeling the Spirit: Emotion and Conversion in the Early Modern Mediterranean
Eric R Dursteler, ONLINE EARLY
The Rhetoric of Convention: The Foundational Saul Narratives (1 Samuel 9–11) Reconsidered
Mark Leuchter, ONLINE EARLY
The Burden of Love: Moravian Conversions and Emotions in Eighteenth-Century Labrador
Jacqueline Van Gent, ONLINE EARLY
Faith, Favour, and Fervour: Emotions and Conversion among the Early Dominicans
Spencer E. Young, ONLINE EARLY
Introduction: Emotions and Conversion
Jacqueline Van Gent, Spencer E. Young, ONLINE EARLY
The Public Baptism of Muslims in Early Modern Spain and Portugal: Forging Communal Identity through Collective Emotional Display
Francois Soyer, ONLINE EARLY
“Quite indifferent to these things”: The Role of Emotions and Conversion in the Dutch East India Company's Interactions with the South Lands
Susan Broomhall, ONLINE EARLY