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HIGHLIGHTS Ecopiety

Green Media and the Dilemma of Environmental Virtue SARAH MCFARLAND TAYLOR

“Wow! It is rare that one has the chance to preview a work which displays this level of intellectual virtuosity.”—Henry Jenkins, author of Convergence Culture 368 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9131-3 • $30.00

White Christian Privilege

The Illusion of Religious Equality in America KHYATI JOSHI

Traces how the accumulation of advantages for Christians, through laws and public policy, has shaped America 256 PAGES• CLOTH 978-1-4798-4023-6 • $28.00

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Society without God, Second Edition

What the Least Religious Nations Can Tell Us about Contentment

ELIZABETH FENTON

An updated edition showcasing the social health of the least religious nations on the planet

Shows the profound influence of the idea that Native Americans are the lost tribes of Israel on American politicans and thinkers over two centuries

304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7808-6 • $30.00

272 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6636-6 • $35.00 In the North American Religions series

PHIL ZUCKERMAN

Muslim Politics and the Future of US Democracy EDWARD E. CURTIS IV

“Written by one of the leading scholars of Muslim history in the United States, this is an urgent book for our time.”—Junaid Rana, author of Terrifying Muslims

God on the Big Screen

A History of Hollywood Prayer from the Silent Era to Today TERRY LINDVALL

Film history meets church history in shaping popular ideas about prayer

200 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1144-1 • $26.00

384 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9261-7 • $35.00

Wanamaker’s Temple

Shout to the Lord

The Business of Religion in an Iconic Department Store

Making Worship Music in Evangelical America

NICOLE C. KIRK

ARI Y. KELMAN

“Persuasively shows that Wanamaker’s Christian faith and business acumen informed one another within his own life and work.”—Publishers Weekly

“Explains the way music can become prayer, and why it moves us.”—TM Luhrmann, author of When God Talks Back

288 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-3593-5 • $35.00

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Old Caanan in a New World

224 PAGES• PAPER 978-1-4798-6367-9 • $30.00 In the North American Religions series


RELIGION AND RACE Lift Every Voice and Swing

Solidarity and Defiant Spirituality

VAUGHN BOOKER

Africana Lessons on Religion, Racism, and Ending Gender Violence

Shows how jazz celebrities, including Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington, shaped African American religion in the twentieth century

“Critically startling and defiantly embodied.”—Fulata Lusungu Moyo, Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians

Black Musicians and Religious Culture in the Jazz Century

368 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-9080-4 • $35.00 2018 Outstanding Academic Title, CHOICE Magazine | 2018 Award for Excellence in the Study of Religion in Textual Studies, American Academy of Religion

Langston’s Salvation

American Religion and the Bard of Harlem WALLACE D. BEST

“This book is like Hughes’s poetry: an invitation to see more than what’s on the surface.” —Edward J. Blum, author of W. E. B. Du Bois, American Prophet 320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4739-6 • $22.00

TRACI C. WEST

336 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-3399-3 • $35.00 In the Religion and Social Transformation series 2017 Albert J. Raboteau Prize for the Best Book in Africana Religions, Journal of Africana Religions

New World A-Coming

Black Religion and Racial Identity during the Great Migration JUDITH WEISENFELD

“A breath of fresh air in studies of the Great Migration.” —Journal of the American Academy of Religion 368 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-6585-7 • $23.00

Honorable Mention, Theology and Religious Studies PROSE Award

The Ground Has Shifted

The Future of the Black Church in Post-Racial America WALTER EARL FLUKER

“This powerful and timely book is sophisticated, subtle, and rich.” —Cornel West 304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9718-6 • $19.00 In the Religion, Race, and Ethnicity series 2018 Author’s Award in Scholarly Non-Fiction, New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance | 2017 Wilbur Non-Fiction Award Recipient, Religion Communicators Council

Black Women’s Christian Activism

Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Theology M. COOPER HARRISS

“Offers an intriguing way to rethink what religion looks like—even when it’s invisible— in America.” —Publishers Weekly 288 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-2301-7 • $30.00 In the North American Religions Series Honorable Mention, 2019 Barbara T. Christian Literary Award, Caribbean Studies Association | 2017 Clifford Geertz Prize in the Anthropology of Religion, Society for the Anthropology of Religion section of the American Anthropological Association

Religion in the Kitchen

BETTY LIVINGSTON ADAMS

Cooking, Talking, and the Making of Black Atlantic Traditions

“Should fundamentally alter the way we talk and write about the civil rights movement in the United States.”—Morris Davis, Drew University

“Invaluable to scholars and students interested in African diasporic religions.”—Religious Studies Review

Seeking Social Justice in a Northern Suburb

240 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-1481-7 • $26.00

ELIZABETH PÉREZ

320 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-3955-1 • $30.00 In the North American Religions series

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RELIGION AND RACE CONT. 2018 Paul J. Foik Award for Best Book on Catholic History in the American Southwest, Texas Catholic Historical Society

The Healing Power of the Santuario de Chimayó

God’s Gangs

BRETT HENDRICKSON

“A story that needed to be told.” —Tisa Wenger, author of We Have a Religion

“A particularly strong contribution to research on urban poverty and crime.” —American Journal of Sociology

264 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-8427-8 • $30.00 In the Religion, Race, and Ethnicity series

243 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7812-3 • $27.00

America’s Miraculous Church

2018 Section on Asia and Asian America Book Award, American Sociological Association

Barrio Ministry, Masculinity, and Gang Recovery EDWARD OROZCO FLORES

Ethnic Church Meets Mega Church

Televised Redemption

PREMA A. KURIEN

CAROLYN MOXLEY ROUSE, JOHN L. JACKSON, JR., and MARLA F. FREDERICK

Indian American Christianity in Motion “A must read for those interested in immigration, migration, and transnationalism broadly as well as religion.”—CHOICE Magazine 304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2637-7 • $35.00

Black Religious Media and Racial Empowerment

“Could not be more timely or important.”—Faye Ginsburg, New York University 256 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-1817-4 • $29.00

RELIGION AND POPULAR CULTURE Film as Religion, Second Edition

Myths, Morals, and Rituals JOHN C. LYDEN

Argues that popular films perform a religious function in our culture, providing ways to view the world and values to confront it

Christianity and Fashion in America LYNN S. NEAL

Traces how the fashion industry has contributed to religious change

320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1199-1 • $28.00

288 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1359-9 • $28.00

America’s Dark Theologian

Ark Encounter

DOUGLAS E. COWAN

“A much needed contribution to studies of American fundamentalist Christianity.” —Reading Religion

The Religious Imagination of Stephen King “An interesting and...compelling examination of the religious strains in King’s work.” —PopMatters 272 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-9473-4 • $30.00

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Religion in Vogue

The Making of a Creationist Theme Park JAMES S. BIELO

240 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4279-7 • $28.00


CHRISTIANITY Catholic Social Activism

Sanctified Sisters

SHARON ERICKSON NEPSTAD

Argues that the US deaconess movement enabled Protestant women—particularly single women—to gain power in a male-dominated Protestant world

A History of Protestant Deaconesses

Progressive Movements in the United States

JENNY WILEY LEGATH

Presents a concise history of progressively oriented Catholic Social Thought, which encompasses a variety of social justice concerns

288 PAGES • CLOTH • 978-1-4798-6063-0 • $35.00

224 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-7922-9 • $30.00

Catholic Activism Today

Called to Serve

A History of Nuns in America MARGARET M. MCGUINNESS

Individual Transformation and the Struggle for Social Justice

“A compelling portrait of Catholic women religious throughout American history.”—CathNewsUSA

MAUREEN K. DAY

Sheds light on the impediments to successfully promoting social change

277 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8147-9557-6 • $27.00

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American Catholic History, Second Edition

“Jesus Saved an ExCon”

Political Activism and Redemption after Incarceration

A Documentary Reader

EDWARD OROZCO FLORES

Edited by MARK MASSA and CATHERINE OSBORNE

Offers an examination of the efforts of faith-based organizations to expand the rights of the formerly incarcerated 224 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6454-6 • $30.00 In the Religion and Social Transformation series

“Fills an important niche in American Catholic Studies and is essential reading for scholars and students alike.”—Kristy Nabhan-Warren, University of Iowa

The Social Gospel in American Religion A History

CHRISTOPHER H. EVANS

“Should become, in short order, the standard history of the Social Gospel.” — Barry Hankins, Baylor University 304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-8857-3 • $29.00

368 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-7468-2 • $35.00

Growing God’s Family

The Global Orphan Care Movement and the Limits of Evangelical Activism SAMUEL L. PERRY

“A strong, well-researched book, worthy of a wide academic and non-academic audience.” — Sociology of Religion 288 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0305-7 • $30.00

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JEWISH STUDIES 2019 Saul Viener Book Prize, American Jewish Historical Society

A Mortuary of Books

The Rescue of Jewish Culture after the Holocaust ELISABETH GALLAS Translated by ALEX SKINNER

“A fresh, significant contribution to Jewish history.”—STARRED Kirkus Review 416 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-3395-5 • $35.00

A Rosenberg by Any Other Name A History of Jewish Name Changing in America KIRSTEN FERMAGLICH

“Demonstrates the struggle that individuals underwent to become fully realized as Jewish Americans.”—STARRED Library Journal 256 PAGES • CLOTH • 978-1-4798-6720-2 • $28.00 In the Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish History

The Soul of Judaism Jews of African Descent in America BRUCE D. HAYNES

“Surveys an underreported aspect of contemporary American Judaism in an accessible book.” —Publishers Weekly 272 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-1123-6 • $40.00 In the Religion, Race, and Ethnicity series

Dust to Dust

A History of Jewish Burial Practices in New York

Jewish Radical Feminism

Voices from the Women’s Liberation Movement JOYCE ANTLER

“Antler has given us the gift of knowledge, ending the silence about Jewish feminists and feminist Jews.”—Ruth Rosen, author of The World Split Open 464 PAGES • CLOTH • 978-0-8147-0763-0 • $35.00 In the Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish History

The Jews of Harlem

The Rise, Decline, and Revival of a Jewish Community

ALLAN M. AMANIK

JEFFREY S. GUROCK

Offers a revealing look at how death and burial practices influence the living

“What stays with you long after you have finished [The Jews of Harlem] is Gurock’s steadfast devotion to his subject.” —Jewish Review of Books

272 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-0080-3 • $40.00 In the Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish History

320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9042-2 • $24.00

Making Judaism Safe For America

A Rich Brew

JESSICA COOPERMAN

“[H]ugely entertaining. . . .with scarcely a café in which a Jewish writer raised a cup of coffee from Warsaw to New York left undocumented.”—Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker

World War I and the Origins of Religious Pluralism

“A must-read for people interested in American pluralism.”—Kevin M. Schultz, author of Tri-Faith America 224 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-8500-8 • $39.00 In the Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish History

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Finalist, 2019 PROSE Award in Biography, Association of American Publishers

How Cafés Created Modern Jewish Culture SHACHAR M. PINSKER

384 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-7438-5 • $22.00


JEWISH STUDIES CONT. Honorable Mention, 2019 Saul Viener Book Prize, American Jewish Historical Society

Feasting and Fasting

Cotton Capitalists

Edited by AARON S. GROSS, JODY MYERS, and JORDAN D. ROSENBLUM with a foreword by HASIA DINER and an afterword by JONATHAN SAFRAN FOER

“An important contribution.” —Sven Beckert, author of Empire of Cotton

The History and Ethics of Jewish Food

American Jewish Entrepreneurship in the Reconstruction Era MICHAEL R. COHEN

Explores how Judaism and food are intertwined

288 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-7970-0 • $40.00 In the Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish History

384 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2779-4 • $30.00

LIBRARY OF ARABIC LITERATURE Stories of Piety and Prayer

Light in the Heavens Sayings of the Prophet Muhammad

Deliverance Follows Adversity

AL-QADI AL-QUDA’I Translated by TAHERA QUTBUDDIN with a foreword by BISHOP PAUL HINDER

AL-MUHASSIN IBN ‘ALĪ ALTANŪKHĪ Edited and translated by JULIA BRAY

Humanitarian lessons and practical insights from the prophet of Islam

Uplifting tales from one of the most influential Arabic books of the Middle Ages 320 PAGES • CLOTH • 978-1-4798-5596-4 • $35.00

192 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-6448-5 • $15.00

ISLAM The Practice of Islam in America An Introduction

Edited by EDWARD E. CURTIS IV

Muslim Cool

Race, Religion, and Hip Hop in the United States SU’AD ABDUL KHABEER

“This detailed and diverse description of Muslim life in the United States is especially timely.” —Reading Religion

“Celebrates the spiritual grounding of hip hop and tries to tease apart its complex relationships with race and religion.”—The Atlantic

296 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0488-7 • $29.00

288 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9450-5 • $30.00

Muslim American City

Gender and Religion in Metro Detroit MOUSTAFA BAYOUMI

A grounded, richly detailed, and pioneering study of Muslim civic engagement and institution building in Hamtramck, Michigan 264 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-9201-3 • $30.00

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Religion, Race, & Ethnicity While eclectic in terms of precise topics and approaches, this series advances our understanding of religion as a determinative dynamic in the lives of different racial and ethnic communities. GENERAL EDITORS Peter J. Paris, Princeton Theological Seminary: peter.paris@ptsem.edu

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SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION The Urban Church Imagined

Religion, Race, and Authenticity in the City JESSICA M. BARRON and RHYS H. WILLIAMS

“A compelling insight on the organizational practices of whiteled religious institutions.” —American Journal of Sociology

Fear Itself

The Causes and Consequences of Fear in America CHRISTOPHER D. BADER, JOSEPH O. BAKER, L. EDWARD DAY, and ANN GORDON

Offers insight into the culture of fear that dominates modern life 200 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6981-7 • $26.00

240 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-8710-1 • $30.00

RELIGION AND POLITICS Spirituality and the State

The Production of American Religious Freedom

KERRY MITCHELL

“Reads like a collection of meditations on important themes in American religious history.”—Reading Religion

Managing Nature and Experience in America’s National Parks “A fresh take on the politics of religion-making in America.” —John Modern, Franklin & Marshall College 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7301-2 • $30.00 In the North American Religions series

After the Protests are Heard

Enacting Civic Engagement and Social Transformation SHARON D. WELCH

“One of the most important books of the decade for activists.” —Nonprofit Leadership Toolbox 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-5790-6 • $28.00 In the Religion and Social Transformation series

FINBARR CURTIS

240 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-5676-3 • $28.00 In the North American Religions series

Fight the Power

African Americans and the Long History of Police Brutality in New York City CLARENCE TAYLOR

From the black church to black neighborhoods, examines the black community’s struggle to resist police brutality 336 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6245-0 • $35.00

FEATURED BOOK SERIES

North American Religions Books in this series focus primarily on religion in the United States in twentieth and twenty-first centuries. GENERAL EDITORS Tracy Fessenden, Arizona State University: tracy.fessenden@asu.edu David Harrington Watt, Haverford College: dhwatt@haverford.edu Laura Levitt, Temple University: levitt@ temple.edu www . nyupress . org

Religion & Social Transformation The principal focus of this series is on the various dimensions of the relationship between religion and notions of social transformation in the United States. GENERAL EDITORS Stacey Floyd-Thomas, Vanderbilt University: s.floyd-thomas@vanderbilt.edu Anthony B. Pinn, Rice University: pinn@rice.edu


GENDER AND SEXUALITY Queer Nuns

Religion, Activism, and Serious Parody MELISSA M. WILCOX

Provies an engaging look into the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, queer activists devoted to social justice 336 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2036-8 • $30.00 In the Sexual Cultures series

Playing for God

Evangelical Women and the Unintended Consequences of Sports Ministry ANNIE BLAZER

“A first-rate exploration of the intersection between spiritual knowledge and the disciplining effects of sporting life.” —Kathryn Lofton, Yale University 256 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-1813-6 • $30.00 In the North American Religions series

Queer Faith

Reading Promiscuity and Race in the Secular Love Tradition MELISSA E. SANCHEZ

“An incisive exploration of human sexuality’s many manifestations. . . .An enjoyable and outstanding piece of scholarship.”—Foreword Reviews 344 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4086-1 • $35.00

The Mary Daly Reader

MARY DALY Edited by JENNIFER RYCENGA and LINDA BARUFALDI With a preface by ROBIN MORGAN and a biographical sketch by MARY E. HUNT

“An intellectual gift to feminists everywhere.”—Reading Religion

In the Sexual Cultures series

464 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-7776-8 • $35.00

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Women in Christian Traditions

Women in New Religions

“An excellent source in an introduction to Christianity or a class on women in religion.” —Religious Studies Review

“Should work well in classrooms that focus on topics including gender and religion, new religious movements, and American religion, among others.”—Sociology of Religion

REBECCA MOORE

224 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2175-4 • $18.00 In the Women in Religions series

Women in Japanese Religions BARBARA R. AMBROS

“Gives careful, nuanced treatment to her subject with an array of historical instances and trends that defy simple conclusions.”—Japan Review

LAURA VANCE

224 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1602-6 • $18.00 In the Women in Religions series

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SECULAR STUDIES The Varieties of Nonreligious Experience

Atheism in American Culture JEROME P. BAGGETT

Offers a fascinating exploration of the breadth of social, emotional, and spiritual experiences of atheists in America In the Secular Studies series

304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-8452-0 • $30.00

None of the Above

Nonreligious Identity in the US and Canada JOEL THIESSEN and SARAH WILKINS-LAFLAMME

Compares secular attitudes characterizing “religious nones” in both the United States and Canada In the Secular Studies series

272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6080-7 • $30.00

UNIVERSITY OF REGINA PRESS Finding Father

Stories from Mennonite Daughters

Atheism, Race, and Civilization, 1850–1914 NATHAN G. ALEXANDER

Provides a historical analysis of the racial views of atheists in the United States and Britain 256 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-3500-3 • $39.00 In the Secular Studies series

Secular Studies This series provides a home for works emerging from the increase in scholarly interest in secular studies. Rooted in a social science perspective, it explores and illuminates various aspects of secular life. GENERAL EDITORS Phil Zuckerman, Pitzer College: phil_zuckerman@pitzer.edu

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Herman D.W. Friesen, A Mennonite Leader in Changing Times

“So much respect in these voices. And yearning. And generosity. And love.”—David Bergen, author of The Time in Between and Stranger

Reveals the life of a man who attempted to modernize his community, often in opposition to traditional religious beliefs

160 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8897-7590-9 • $16.95

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Race in a Godless World

BRUCE L. GUENTHER

The Knowledge Seeker Embracing Indigenous Spirituality

A. BLAIR STONECHILD

Stonechild explores the underlying philosophy of his people’s teachings to demonstrate that Indigenous spirituality can speak to urgent, contemporary concerns 224 PAGES • PAPER • 978-0-8897-7417-9 • $27.95


GREAT FOR COURSES Religion, Law, USA

Edited by JOSHUA DUBLER and ISAAC WEINER

Offers insight into the complex relationship between religion and law in contemporary America 336 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9139-9 • $35.00 In the North American Religions series

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Paranormal America, Second Edition

Ghost Encounters, UFO Sightings, Bigfoot Hunts, and Other Curiosities in Religion and Culture CHRISTOPHER D. BADER, JOSEPH O. BAKER, and F. CARSON MENCKEN

“A thought-provoking journey.” — Review of Religious Research 304 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-1528-9 • $29.00

Faithful Measures New Methods in the Measurement of Religion

Edited by ROGER FINKE and CHRISTOPHER D. BADER

Paranoid Science

The Christian Right’s War on Reality ANTONY ALUMKAL

“Stands by itself as a unique social scientist’s guide to researching religion.”—Sociology of Religion

“There is much here that furthers our knowledge of a complicated and controversial political movement.” —American Journal of Sociology

400 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7710-2 • $35.00

256 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-5662-6 • $28.00

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Christian Theologies of Scripture

Christian Theologies of Sacraments

Edited by JUSTIN S. HOLCOMB

Edited by JUSTIN S. HOLCOMB and DAVID A. JOHNSON

A Comparative Introduction

“This volume does what its title promises: it gives an introduction to Christian theologies of scripture, and it does so very well.”—Religious Studies Review 330 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8147-3666-1 • $30.00

A Comparative Introduction

“Behold: an instant classic compendium and textbook on the Christian sacraments.” —Rev. Dr. Paul F.M. Zahl, author of Grace in Practice 416 PAGES • PAPER • 978-0-8147-7010-8 • $30.00

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Christian Theologies of Salvation A Comparative Introduction

Edited by JUSTIN S. HOLCOMB

“Offers summary statements on salvation as understood by major Christian writers from the first century to contemporary times.” —S. Mark Heim, Yale Divinity School 384 PAGES • PAPER • 978-0-8147-6294-3 • $30.00

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