ISSN: 1522-5658
Indices: Titles A–H

The Adornment of Silence: Secrecy and Symbolic Power in American Freemasonry, by Hugh B. Urban. Volume 3 (2001)

Advancing the Culture of Life through Faithful Citizenship, by Teresa Stanton Collett. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

Advocating for the Devil: Hearing Al-Qaeda's Case Against the United States, by James S. Spiegel. Volume 5 (2003)

After the End of History: Latin American Liberation Theology in the Wake of Capitalism's Triumph. by Daniel M. Bell. Volume 2 (2000)

African Initiated Churches, Pivotal in Peace-Building: A Case of the Johane Masowe Chishanu, by Obediah Dodo, Richard G. Banda, andGloria Dodo. Volume 16 (2014)

Al-Qaeda, Specter of Globalization, by Faisal Devji. Supplement Series 2 (2007)

The Ambiguously Gendered Ideal of a Seventeenth Century Community of Women Religious: The Visitation of Holy Mary, by Wendy Wright. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

The Ambivalence of Medjugorje: The Dynamics of Violence, Peace, and Nationalism at a Catholic Pilgrimage Site during the Bosnian War (1992-1995), by Joseph Wiinikka-Lydon. Volume 12 (2010)

America, Left Behind: Bush, the Neoconservatives, and Evangelical Christian Fiction, by Hugh B. Urban. Volume 8 (2006)

The American Religious Outlook: An Examination of the Philosophical and Historical Forces behind Modern American Religious Beliefs, by Michael Mitchell. Volume 12 (2010)

And the Blue Became Red and Dwelt Among Us: Mapping Boundaries of Meaning in Eastern Orthodox Iconography, by Nicolae Roddy. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

Another Physicist Thinks It Through, by Michael Cherney. Supplement Series 6 (2011)

An Anthropological View of the Modernist Crisis, by David G. Schultenover, S.J. Volume 1 (1999)

Anti-Catholicism in Mid-Victorian Britian: Theory and Discipline, by Frank Wallis. Volume 7 (2005)

Anti-Islamic Sentiment and Media Framing during the 9/11 Decade, by Christopher Smith. Volume 15 (2013)

Anti-Mormonism and the Question of Religious Authenticity in Antebellum America, by J. Spencer Fluhman. Volume 7 (2005)

Anti-Semitism Versus Anti-Israeli Sentiment, by Steven K. Baum and Masato Nakazawa. Volume 9 (2007)

Are the Gospel Passion Accounts Anti-Jewish? by Dennis Hamm, S.J. Supplement Series 1 (2004)

The Arrest and Sentencing of Jesus: A Historical Reconstruction, by Philip Cunningham. Supplement Series 1 (2004)

Asian Christian Networks: Transnational Structures and Geopolitical Mappings, by Robbie B. H. Goh. Volume 6 (2004)

Aspects of Muscular Christianity in Norway and the United States: A Historiographical Comparison, by Nils Martinius Justvik. Volume 16 (2014)

Assur is King of Persia: Illustrations of the Book of Esther in Some Nineteenth-Century Sources, by Steven W. Holloway. Volume 11 (2009)

Athens and Jerusalem or How to Think Eco-Theologically about Scientia, by John J. O’Keefe. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

Awareness, Appropriation, and Loathing in Histories of Comparative Religion: Review and Assessment, by Eric Bain-Selbo. Volume 5 (2003)

Bad News about the Good News: The Construction of the Christian-Failure Narrative, by Bradley R. E. Wright, Christina Zozula, and W. Bradford Wilcox. Volume 14 (2012)

Barabbas in Literature and Film, by Bill Jenkins. Volume 11 (2009)

The Bartman Ball and Sacrifice: Ambiguity in an American Ritual, by Jeffrey Scholes. Volume 7 (2005)

The Benefits of Church Involvement for African-Americans: The Perspectives of Congregants, Church Staff, and the Church Pastor, by Cassandra Chaney. Volume 10 (2008)

Bernini's Triton Fountain: War and Fountains in the Rome of Urban VIII, by Matthew Knox Averett. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

Between Judaism and Christianity: The Case of Messianic Jews, by Pauline Kollontai. Volume 8 (2006)

Beyond Books and Benevolence: Reflections on Civic Engagement in Catholic Universities, by Sue E. S. Crawford. Supplement Series 6 (2011)

Beyond Inclusion: Recognizing the Humanity of the Profoundly Impaired, by Peter Comensoli. Supplement Series 12 (2015)

Beyond the Politics of Theological Despair, by Jeffrey W. Robbins. Volume 8 (2006)

The Bible and Social Justice: Has Anything Changed in Our Third Millennium? by Thomas Massaro, S.J. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

The Bible Unearthed in the Context of the Tenth Century (BCE) Debate, by Nicolae Roddy. Volume 3 (2001)

Biblical Assyria and Other Anxieties in the British Empire, by Steven W. Holloway. Volume 3 (2001)

Biblical Studies as a Secular Discipline: The Role of Faith and Theology, by Ronald A. Simkins. Volume 13 (2011)

Big Questions in Cosmology: Intersections between Science and Religion, by Gintaras K. Duda. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

A Biologist's Perspective on Science and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, by Charles Brockhouse. Supplement Series 6 (2011)

Biomedical Technology: Omnipresent in Contemporary Care, but Virtually Absent from Catholic Bioethics, by Jos Welie. Volume 17 (2015)

Biting the Poor: On the Difference between Credit and Debt in Ancient Israel and Southwest Asia, by Roland Boer. Volume 16 (2014)

Borrow and Lend: Social Exchange and the Gemach, by Donna Shai. Volume 10 (2008)

Britain’s Pagan Heritage: A Review of Ronald Hutton’s Pagan Britain and Marion Gibson’s Imagining the Pagan Past, by Ethan Doyle White. Volume 16 (2014)

Business in the Service of the Common Good: A Christian Perspective, by Andrew Gustafson. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

"But They're JUST People": Teaching Jewish American (Auto)biography in a Jewishly Impoverished University, by Mara W. Cohen Ioannides. Volume 6 (2004)

The Catholic Intellectual Tradition and British Literature in the Long Eighteenth Century: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Canon, by Bridget Keegan. Supplement Series 6 (2011)

The Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Context of the Legal Academy, by Michael J. Kelly. Supplement Series 6 (2011)

The Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Medieval Lessons, by Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt. Supplement Series 6 (2011)

Catholicism and Democracy: A Reconsideration, by Edward Bell. Volume 10 (2008)

Catholics and American Politics, by David O’Brien. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

The Cedar and Brokeback Mountains: Heroic Passions or “I’m Not No Queer,” by John Barclay Burns Volume 10 (2008)

Centralization of Political-Economic Power and the Generation of Poverty: The Mission of Jesus, by Richard A. Horsley. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

Challenges to Private Sector Unionism in the United States and Catholic Social Teaching, by Ferdinand Tablan. Volume 17 (2015)

Challenging the Status Quo: How Rutilio Grande, S.J. Used Scripture to Address Socio-Economic Inequality, by Thomas M. Kelly. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

Chants of Conversion: Inspiration, Individualism and Adherence in American Evangelicalism, by James Daryn Henry. Volume 11 (2009)

Characterizing the Acts of Righteous Gentiles: A Matter of Duty or Supererogation? by Andrew Flescher. Volume 2 (2000)

Charisma (Mental Illness?) as the Foundation of Religions, by Daniel R. Wilson. Supplement Series 7 (2011)

Charting New Territory: Religion and "the Gender-Critical Turn," by Susan Calef Supplement Series 5 (2009)

Christ and the Heavy Metal Subculture: Applying Qualitative Analysis to the Contemporary Debate about H. Richard Niebuhr's Christ and Culture, by Perry L. Glanzer. Volume 5 (2003)

Christian Anti-Semitism: Past History, Present Challenges, by John T. Pawlikowski, OSM. Supplement Series 1 (2004)

Christian Conservatism and Prominent Sociopolitical Values among Teacher-Education Students in a Southeastern University, by Robert L. Willams, Eun Jung Oh, and Stacy L. Bliss. Volume 9 (2007)

Christian Fundamentalism and Prominent Sociopolitical Values among College Students in a South-Korean University, by Eun Jung Oh, Stacy L. Bliss, and Robert L. Williams. Volume 9 (2007)

A Christian Theological Analysis of the Institutions and Governance of Sport: A Case Study of the Modern Olympic Games, by Nick J. Watson and Andrew Parker. Volume 15 (2013)

Christian Theology as Depicted in The Lord of the Rings and the Harry Potter Books, by Kristin Kay Johnston. Volume 7 (2005)

Christianity, Boxing, and Mixed Martial Arts: Reflections on Morality, Vocation, and Well-Being, by Nicholas J. Watson and Brian Brock. Volume 17 (2015)

Christianity, Transnationalism, and Indian Identities: The Problematic Role of Religion in Diasporas, by Robbie B. H. Goh. Volume 13 (2011)

Christ's Passion on Stage: The Traditional Melodrama of Deicide, by Gordon R. Mork. Supplement Series 1 (2004)

The Churches and National Socialism in the Thought of Eric Voegelin: An Assessment and Lessons for the Contemporary Debate, by Joseph Prud'homme. Volume 13 (2011)

Cohort, Spirituality, and Religiosity: A Cross-sectional Comparison, by David A. Gay and John P. Lynxwiler. Volume 15 (2013)

“Come Through the Water, Come Through the Flood”: Black Women’s Gospel Practices and Social Critique, by DoVeanna S. Fulton Minor. Volume 13 (2011)

The Common Good and Issues in U.S. Politics: A Critical Catholic Approach, by David Hollenbach, S.J. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

The Concept of Health: A Remarkable Absentee in Catholic Doctrine, by Jos V. M. Welie. Supplement Series 7 (2011)

Conclusion: Continuing the Tradition through Extended Intellectual Dialogue, by Gina Merys. Supplement Series 6 (2011)

Congregational Culture and Identity Politics in a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Synagogue: Making Inclusiveness and Religious Practice One and the Same, by Jon R. Norman. Volume 13 (2011)

Congruence and Concatenation in Jewish Mystical Literature, American Freemasonry, and Mormon Enoch Writings, by Cheryl L. Bruno. Volume 16 (2014)

Conservationism, Preservationism, and Environmentalism: Convergent and Divergent Theological Foundations, by E. Terry Wimberley. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

Constructing Religious Meaning for Children Out of the American Civil War, by Kent A. McConnell. Volume 3 (2001)

Contested Measures of Humanity in African Suffering and Healing, by John M. Janzen. Supplement Series 7 (2011)

Contested Spiritual Landscapes in Modern American Astronomy, by Leandra Swanner. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

Contested Wonder: Biological Reductionism and Children’s Nature Education, by Lisa Sideris. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

Coping with the Failure of a Prophecy: The Israeli Disengagement from the Gaza Strip, by Lilly Weissbrod. Volume 10 (2008)

Could There Be Another Galileo Case? Galileo, Augustine and Vatican II, by Gregory W. Dawes. Volume 4 (2002)

Countering Culture: Religious Motivation and Adherence to the “Inmate Code,” by Craig Stephen Wiernik. Volume 15 (2013)

Cover Girls: Toward a Theory of Divine Female Embodiment, by Tricia Sheffield. Volume 4 (2002)

Cradle, Manger, Granary: Carving the Body from the Nation’s Sacred Flesh, by Anamaria V. Iosif Ross. Volume 8 (2006)

Creation Facing Forward: How the Irreversible Consequences of Climate Change Challenge and Inform Christian Conceptions of Creation, by Kiara Jorgenson. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

The Creation of Poverty in Ancient Israel, by Gale A. Yee. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

The Creation Spirituality of Ignatius of Loyola: Still Pertinent for Life on the Fragile Planet, by Dennis Hamm, S.J. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

Creative Tensions: The Catholic Tradition and American Political Life, by David Carroll Cochran. Supplement Series 6 (2011)

“Critical Islam” Debating/Negotiating Modernity, by Dilyana Mincheva. Volume 14 (2012)

Critical Musings on Dixon's Augustine: Augustine and the Confessions, by Gregory Allen Robbins. Volume 2 (2000)

Critical Musings on Dixon's Augustine: The Psyche of Augustine, by John J. O'Keefe. Volume 2 (2000)

Cross-National Correlations of Quantifiable Societal Health with Popular Religiosity and Secularism in the Prosperous Democracies: A First Look, by Gregory S. Paul. Volume 7 (2005)

Current Judaism, Religiosity, and the Meaning of Work in Israel, by Moshe Sharabi. Volume 14 (2012)

Cyber Communion: Finding God in the Little Box, by Ally Ostrowski. Volume 8 (2006)

Damning Criticism: Historical Perspectives on the Evolution/Intelligent Design Conflict, by Richard M. Simon. Volume 12 (2010)

The Danger of Description: The Ethnic Labeling of the Poor in Colonial Rwanda, by J. J. Carney. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

Data-Driven Religion: Empirical Thinking in Theological Inquiry, by Donna Bowman. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

David, Mickey Mouse, and the Evolution of an Icon, by Lowell K. Handy. Volume 6 (2004)

Death is not Natural: The African Story, by Dominic Umoh. Volume 14 (2012)

The Death Penalty – Another Threat to a Culture of Life, by Julia Fleming. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

The Definition of Atheism, by Paul Cliteur. Volume 11 (2009)

Deliver Us From Evil: Genocide and the Christian World, by James E. Waller. Supplement Series 2 (2007)

Democracy and Tradition: Finding Common Ground Between Hauerwas’ Traditionalism and Rorty’s Liberalism, by Eric Bain-Selbo. Volume 7 (2005)

Denominational Differences in White Christian Housing-related Racial Attitudes, by R. Khari Brown. Volume 10 (2008)

Depicting the Bread of the Last Supper: Religious Representation in Italian Renaissance Society, by W. R. Albury and G. M. Weisz. Volume 11 (2009)

The Development of Muscular Christianity in Victorian Britain and Beyond, by Nick J. Watson, Stuart Weir, and Stephen Friend. Volume 7 (2005)

Devotee or Deviate: The "Dog" (keleb) in Ancient Israel as a Symbol of Male Passivity and Perversion, by John Barclay Burns. Volume 2 (2000)

Dialogical Deconversion: Understanding Undercover Infidelity, by Louis Frankenthaler. Volume 17 (2015)

The Discourse of Attire and Adornment of the Dead and their Mourners in Muslim Medieval Legal Texts, by Hadas Hirsch. Volume 14 (2012)

Diverse Religious Coalitions and Legislator Voting, by Fred Van Geest. Volume 16 (2014)

The Divine Eye in Ancient Egypt and in the Midrashic Interpretation of Formative Judaism, by Rivka B. Kern Ulmer Volume 5 (2003)

Does the Personal Become Political? The Political Leadership of Women Clergy on Discrimination Issues, by Sue E. S. Crawford, with Kristin Zurek. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

A Dowry Given, Returned, and Given Again: Agnes of Bohemia and the Politics of Founding a Medieval Hospital, by Joan Mueller and Christian-Frederik Felskau. Supplement Series 7 (2011)

East is East, Except When It’s West: The Easternization Thesis and the Western Habitus, by Andrew Dawson. Volume 8 (2006)

An Ecological Theology of Creaturely Kinship, by Anne M. Clifford. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

The Effects of Being a Born-Again Christian on Latino Socio-Political Attitudes, by Adrian D. Pantoja. Volume 12 (2010)

The End of Nature: Humans and the Natural World in the History of Creation, by Ronald A. Simkins. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

Ethical Practices and Policies in the Health Care of People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Their Families: Framing the Issues, by William F. Sullivan and John Heng. Supplement Series 12 (2015)

The Ethics of Therapeutic Abortion and An American Catholic Medical School: Charles Coppens, S.J., and the Creighton Medical College, by Julia Fleming. Supplement Series 7 (2011)

Ethnicity In, With, or Under the Pentateuch, by F. V. Greifenhagen. Volume 3 (2001)

Eugenics in Modern Societies, by Christoph von Ritter. Supplement Series 12 (2015)

Evangelical Gender Ideology: A View from Christianity Today Readers, by Thomas V. Frederick and Jack O. Balswick. Volume 8 (2006)

Evangelicalism, Environmental Activism, and Climate Change in the United States, by Jonathan Harrington. Volume 11 (2009)

Even Satan Gets Likes on Facebook: The Dynamic Interplay of Religion and Technology in Online Social Networks, by Alex Verschoor-Kirss. Volume 14 (2012)

Explaining Deconversion from Christianity: A Study of Online Narratives, by Bradley R. E. Wright, Dina Giovanelli, Emily G. Dolan, and Mark Evan Edwards. Volume 13 (2011)

Faith in Inaction: A Christian Critique of Islamophobia, by Werner Lange.Volume 9 (2007)

Faith in Public: A Response to Greg Dawes, by Glenn Peoples. Volume 7 (2005)

Faith, Sport and Disengaged Youth, by Ruth Graveling, Mike Collins, and Andrew Parker. Volume 16 (2014)

Faithful Citizenship and Climate Change: Reclaiming Christian Principles of Prudence, Poverty and the Common Good, by Daniel J. Misleh. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

Faithful Citizenship between Elections: Reflections from an Exponent of Broad-Based Community Organizing, by Ernesto Cortés, Jr. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

Faithful Citizenship: History, Context, Directions, Dangers, by John Carr. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

The Faithful in a Time of Trial: The Evangelical Understanding of the Holocaust, by Yaakov Ariel. Volume 3 (2001)

Family Life Cycle Revisited: Age and Life Course Effects on Church Attendance at “Conventional” and Middle Age, by Nehal A. Patel, David Lilley, and Gerald Marwell. Volume 15 (2013)

Fatwa and Violence in Indonesia, by Luthfi Assyaukanie. Volume 11 (2009)

Fethullah Gülen: Spiritual Leader in a Global Islamic Context, by Salih Yucel. Volume 12 (2010)

Financialization and the Changing Face of Poverty: Christian and Muslim Perspectives, by Charles McDaniel. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

The First Amendment's Religion Clauses: The Calvinist Document that Interprets Them Both, by Leah Farish. Volume 12 (2010)

Five Options for the Relationship between the State and Sharia Councils: Untangling the Debate on Sharia Councils and Women’s Rights in the United Kingdom, by Machteld Zee. Volume 16 (2014)

The Footprints of Religious Enthusiasm: Great Memorials and Faint Vestiges of Belgium's Marian Apparition Mania of the 1930s, by Chris Maunder. Volume 15 (2013)

For the Best of All Listeners: American Islamic Hip Hop as Reminder, by Steven Fink. Volume 14 (2012)

Four Revealing Moments in the Visual Intersection of Religion and Fables, by Gregory I. Carlson, S.J. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

Freedom and Commitment: Religious Colleges and Universities in a Multicultural Society, by Eric Bain-Selbo. Volume 2 (2000)

From Berlin to Babi Yar: The Nazi War Against the Jews, 1941-1944, by Wendy Morgan Lower. Volume 9 (2007)

From Dominion to Stewardship? The Ecology of Biblical Translation, by Leonard Greenspoon. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

From Orthodoxy to Atheism: The Apostasy of Bruno Bauer, 1835-1843, by Stan M. Landry. Volume 13 (2011)

Fulfilling Femininity and Transcending the Flesh: Traditional Religious Beliefs and Gender Ideals in Popular Women's Magazines, by Michelle Lelwica. Volume 1 (1999)

The Future of Catholic Schools in a Secular Culture of Religious Choice, by Richard Rymarz. Volume 13 (2011)

Galileo and the Inquisition, by William E. Carroll. Volume 1 (1999)

Gauging the Gender Divide in the Middle East’s Educational System: Causes, Concerns, and the Impetus for Change, by Nadia B. Ahmad. Volume 15 (2013)

Gender, the Environment, and Sin in Genesis, by Ronald A. Simkins. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

Gendered Expressions of Grief: An Islamic Continuum, by Dina Greenberg. Volume 9 (2007)

Gibson's Passion: A Case Study in Media Manipulation? by Mark Silk. Supplement Series 1 (2004)

Go Down to L.A. Land: Hollywood and God's New Israel, by Glenn Whitehouse. Volume 3 (2001)

A God Adequate for Primate Culture, by Nancy R. Howell. Volume 3 (2001)

God Through the Camera Frame: Backpack Journalism and the Catholic Imagination, by John J. O'Keefe. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

“God Stands Together with the Poor”: How Jews Viewed Poverty and Aided the Poor in the Post-Biblical Period, by Leonard J. Greenspoon. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

God, Sustainability, and Beauty, by Jay McDaniel. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

Government Photography and the Religious Spirit, by Colleen McDannell. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

The Harvest of Ministry: Exploring the Ministry of Catholic Sisters, by Robert L. Fischer. Volume 15 (2013)

Health and Healing Practices for the Muslim Community in Omaha, Nebraska, by Naser Z. Alsharif, Kim Galt, and Ted Kasha. Supplement Series 7 (2011)

Hearts As Large As The World: Charles Taylor’s Best Account Principle as a Resource for Comparative Theologians. by Richard Hanson. Volume 15 (2013)

Hell Hath No Fury: A Gender-Dichotomized Analysis Predicting Pro-Life/Pro-Death Penalty Attitudes, by Jacinta M. Gau and Filip M. Wiecko. Volume 12 (2010)

Hell, the Rights of the Child, Freedom of Religion, and Exit Costs, by Morgan Luck. Volume 14 (2012)

Hijab, Hip-Hop, and Haram: Identities of Shi’a Muslim College Women, by Bridget Blomfield. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

Hizbullah’s Jihad Concept, by Hilal Khashan and Ibrahim Mousawi. Volume 9 (2007)

How Christians and Muslims Can Embrace Religious Diversity and Each Other: An Evangelical Perspective, by Benjamin B. DeVan. Volume 16 (2014)