ISSN: 1522-5658
Indices: Titles Q–Z

Race, Truth, and Reconciliation in the United States: Reflections on Desmond Tutu's Proposal, by Will Gravely. Volume 3 (2001)

Reflective-Generative Practice: A Framework for Congregation-Based Social Services, by Mark M. McCormack. Volume 14 (2012)

The Relationship of Political Evangelicalism to Critical Thinking and Selected Sociopolitical Values in 2007 by Robert L. Williams and Colin C. Quillivan. Volume 10 (2008)

Relationships between Varieties of Religious Experience and Manifest Hate: A Sociological Analysis, by R. Georges Delamontagne. Volume 14 (2012)

Religion and Environmentalism, by Charles L. Harper. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

Religion and Science from a Postsecular Perspective, by Raphael Sassower and Jeffrey Scholes. Volume 17 (2015)

Religion in the American Public Square: An Islamic Perspective, by Ismail Royer. Volume 5 (2003)

Religion and the Interracial/Ethnic Common Good, by R. Khari Brown, Angela Kaiser, and Anthony Daniels. Volume 12 (2010)

Religion on Parade: Religiously Themed Entries in Small-Town Parades, by Paul J. Olson. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

Religion on the Silver Screen, by William L. Blizek. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

Religion or Religious Studies: What Difference Does it Make? by Robert Ensign. Volume 4 (2002)

Religion, Pluralism, and Democracy: A Natural Law Approach, by Anthony Mansueto. Volume 10 (2008)

Religion, Politics, and Beyond: The Pussy Riot Case, by Davor Džalto. Volume 15 (2013)

Religious Cosmologies and Homicide Rates among Nations: A Closer Look, by Gary F. Jensen. Volume 8 (2006)

Religious Fundamentalism and How it Relates to Personality, Irrational Thinking, and Defense Mechanisms, by Louis Ernesto Mora and Wilson McDermut. Volume 13 (2011)

A Religious Hustle: T.I. and Jay-Z’s Lyrical Narratives from “the Trap” to the Spiritual, by Sharon Lauricella and Samuel Kyereme. Volume 14 (2012)

Religious Institutions and Volunteering to Provide Care to People Living with HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe, by Alexander Rödlach. Supplement Series 7 (2011)

Religious Modernism, Nationalism, and Antisemitism in Polish Catholicism and Egyptian Islam, by Paul Brykczynski. Volume 16 (2014)

Religious Studies, Faith, and the Presumption of Naturalism, by Gregory W. Dawes. Volume 5 (2003)

Religiosity and Hate Groups: An Exploratory and Descriptive Correlational Study, by R. George Delamontagne. Volume 12 (2010)

Religiosity, Secularism, and Social Health: A Research Note, by Gerson Moreno-Riaño, Mark Caleb Smith, and Thomas Mach. Volume 8 (2006)

Reshoring, Automation, and the Catholic Framework for Economic Life, by William J. Raynor III. Volume 16 (2014)

A Resource of Hope or a Religion No Longer Believed In? The Religious Nature of a "Green" William Morris, by Sara Wills. Volume 6 (2004)

Rethinking Religious Conversion: Missionary Endeavor and Indigenous Response among the Zo (Chin) of the India-Burma Borderland, by Pum Khan Pau. Volume 14 (2012)

A Return to the Foundations of the Critically Oriented Theologies of Liberation, by Manueal Mejido Costoya. Volume 8 (2006)

Revisiting Sacred Metaphors: A Religious Studies Pedagogical Response to the Rise of the Nones, by Terry Shoemaker and William Simpson. Volume 16 (2014)

The Revolution of Evolution, Heather Eaton. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

The Role of U.S. Denominations in Mobilizing International Voluntary Service (IVS), by Nancy T. Kinney. Volume 15 (2013)

Romans, Jews, and Greeks: The World of Jesus and the Disciples, by Sidnie White Crawford. Supplement Series 1 (2004)

St. Peter the Aleut: Sacred Icon and the Iconography of Violence, by Raymond A. Bucko, S.J.. Supplement Series 2 (2007)

The Scandal of Poverty: “Cultured Indifference” and the Option for the Poor Post-Katrina, by Bryan N. Massingale. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

Scientific Nonsense, Historical Fiction, and Biblical Authority: The Historical Adam and Other Misguided Dogmas, by Ronald A. Simkins. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

Scribal Intent: Sociocultural Appropriation of the Testament of Abraham in Eighteenth-Century Romanian Lands, by Nicolae Roddy. Volume 1 (1999)

Searching for a New Story: The Possibility of a New Evangelical Movement in the U.S., by Paul N. Markham. Volume 12 (2010)

Sectarian Catholicism and Mel Gibson, by Michael G. Lawler. Supplement Series 1 (2004)

Secularism Stated, Rejected, and Reaffirmed: France, Italy, and Canada and the Dilemmas of Multi-Religious Societies, by Carla M. Zoethout. Volume 17 (2015)

Seeing Through the Invisible Pink Unicorn, by Andrew Stuart Abel and Andrew Schaefer. Volume 12 (2010)

Sexual Creators and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Being Human in Different Ways, by Christine Jamieson and Hazel Markwell. Supplement Series 12 (2015)

The Shadow of the Shoah: A Review Essay, by K. Hannah Holtschneider. Volume 5 (2003)

Sigmund Freud, Hanns Sachs, and the Apostle to the Gentiles, by Daniel R. Langton. Volume 10 (2008)

A Sign of the Times: Catholic Advocacy for Social Justice in Nkrumah’s Ghana, 1958, by Baba G. Jallow. Volume 16 (2014)

The Social Origins of Universalistic Monotheism: A Comparative Analysis of Paul and Muhammad, by Khaldoun Samman. Volume 8 (2006)

Sodom and Gomorrah (Genesis 19:1-29) on the Internet: The Implications of the Internet for the Study of the Bible, by Susanne Scholz. Volume 1 (1999)

Some Preliminary Comments on the Formation of Online Religious Identities: A Case Study of the Internet-Hinduin India’s Cyberspace, by Denzil Chetty. Volume 16 (2014)

Some Psychological Aspects of Religious Ethics: Virtue and Motivation, by Joseph Selling. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

The State and the Operation of Sharia Councils in the United Kingdom: A Critical Response to Machteld Zee, by Shona Lester. Volume 17 (2015)

The State and the Operation of Sharia Councils in the United Kingdom: A Response to Shonda Lester, by Machteld Zee. Volume 17 (2015)

Stepping In / Stepping Out: A Conversation between Ideological and Social Scientific Feminist Approaches to the Bible, by Alice A. Keefe. Volume 1 (1999)

Steward-In-Chief: The Theology of George W. Bush and His Environmental/Conservation Policy, by Edward T. Wimberley. Volume 9 (2007)

The Striving Shaykh: Abdullah Azzam and the Revival of Jihad, by John C. M. Calvert. Supplement Series 2 (2007)

Student Loan Discharge: Arguments to Save Donations from the Closing Jaws of Creditors so They Find Their Way into the Open Arms of Charity, by Anthony Manhart. Volume 5 (2003)

The Taming of the Two: Queen Esther and Queen Vashti in Midrash, by Leonard Greenspoon. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

Tasting the Gumbo: A Response to Guy Lancaster, by J. C. Hallman. Volume 9 (2007)

Tawḥīd al ’uluhiyya, Secularism, and Political Islam, by Johan Eddebo. Volume 16 (2014)

Teaching and Learning an Option for the Poor: The Book of Job and Belief in a Just World, by Roger Bergman. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

Teaching and Practice: Experiential Education and the Transformation of Liberation Theology, by Charles R. Strain. Volume 2 (2000)

Teaching Religious Plurality: A Second Naïveté, by Constance Wise and Richmond West. Volume 4 (2002)

Teaching the Bible through the Internet: In the Classroom and at a Distance, by Ronald A. Simkins. Volume 2 (2000)

Ten Commandments Monuments and the Rivalry of Iconic Texts, by James W. Watts. Volume 6 (2004)

Terror at the Holy of Holies: Christians and Jewish Builders of the Temple at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century, by Yaakov Ariel. Supplement Series 2 (2007)

A Test of Nordic Exceptionalism: The Association of Ethnic Heritage and Religion with Social Capital and Civic Engagement in Small U.S. Towns, by Terry L. Besser. Volume 13 (2011)

Theistic Naturalism and the Politics of Nature, by Richard Fern. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

Theology, Athletics, and Job Hunting, by Davor Peterlin. Volume 5 (2003)

Theology, Science, and Sexual Anthropology: A Methodological Investigation, by Todd A. Salzman and Michael G. Lawler. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

There Is Hope for Diminishing Poverty and Inequities in America, by Richard L. O’Brien. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

To Kneel or Not to Kneel: Gendered Nonverbal Behavior in Greek Ritual, by Christina A. Clark. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

Too Hard to Believe? A Reading of Religious Eclecticism in Yann Martel's Life of Pi, by Jeffrey W. Robbins. Volume 13 (2011)

Tragic Choices in Ideological Battles: Gay Rights versus Religious Freedom, by Anthony Walsh.  Volume 17 (2015)

Turning from Conversion: Shakers, Anti-Shakers, and the Battle for Public Opinion, by Daisy S. Miller. Volume 17 (2015)

Uncertainty and the Limits of Culture, by Richard Schaefer. Volume 17 (2015)

Unlikely Alliances: Notes On A Green Culture of Life, by Jennifer Ladino. Supplement Series 3 (2008)

Urbanism, Religion, and Race-based Residential Preferences, by R. Khari Brown and Ryan Dick Duff. Volume 17 (2015)

Viking Quest: Rosalie Hankey Wax's Search for Trans-Racial Spiritual Solidarity, 1921-1971, by Heather Fryer. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

The Virtual Pilgrimage: The Disappearing Body from Place to Space, by Sarah MacMillen. Volume 13 (2011)

The Violent Bear It Away: Just War and U.S. Military Policy in the Eyes of Catholic Teaching, by William R. O’Neill, S.J. Supplement Series 4 (2008)

Visual Ambiguity in the Biblical Tradition: The Word and Image of God, byRonald A. Simkins. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

Visual Depiction of Impossibility and Hans Holbein's The Body of the Dead Christ in the Tomb (1521), by Michael A. Brown. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

Visual, Verbal, Mental, and Living Images in Early Modern Catholicism: Francis de Sales and Adrien Gambart, by Joseph F. Chorpenning, O.S.F.S. Supplement Series 8 (2012)

"The Wageless Work of Paradise": Integrating Women into American Religious History, by Kathleen Sprows Cummings. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

Welcoming the Stranger: Religion and Attitudes toward Social Justice for Immigrants in the U.S., by Theresa Davidson and Carlos Garcia. Volume 16 (2014)

What Can Christian Ethics Learn from Evolutionary Examinations of Altruism? by Stephen J. Pope. Supplement Series 11 (2015)

What Constitutes New Religious Movements? A Question of Typology, by Guy Lancaster. Volume 9 (2007)

What Does the Ordination of Women Then Mean for Women Now? by Gary Macy. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

What Ever Happened to Historical Criticism? by Michael C. Legaspi. Volume 9 (2007)

What is Enlightenment? An Islamic Perspective, by M. A Muqtedar Khan. Volume 16 (2014)

When the Passion has Cooled: Reflections on Mel Gibson’s Passion, by Gregory S. Bucher, Brian Barrett, Michael Dawson. Volume 6 (2004)

Without Christian Roots: A Critique of the Roots Analogy in Relation to European Culture, by Michael Grech. Volume 17 (2015)

Who Will Labor in the Vineyard? The New Catholic Mentality and Religious Commitment, by Richard Rymarz. Volume 11 (2009)

Why This Old Racism? The Intersection of Race and Religion in Ancient and Modern Times, by Guy Lancaster. Volume 9 (2007)

The Widow and Orphan in the Political Economy of Ancient Israel, by Ronald A. Simkins. Supplement Series 10 (2014)

The Wisdom of the Owls: Gender, Nature and Spirituality in the Poetry of Mary Oliver, by Bridget Keegan. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

Wired Women: Lost (or Found?) in Cyberspace, by Meredith Underwood. Volume 1 (1999)

Women in the Crucible of Change: Women's Influence on the Church in The Years 1480 to 1700, by Eileen Burke-Sullivan. Supplement Series 5 (2009)

Work Values and Christian Religiosity: An Ambiguous Multidimensional Relationship, by Hans Geser. Volume 11 (2009)

Worthy "Gods" and "Goddesses": The Meaning of Modesty in the Normalization of Latter-day Saint Gender Roles, by Rosemary Avance. Volume 12 (2010)

Writing Terror: The Representations and Interpretations of Terrorism in Eduardo Galeano, Cormac McCarthy, and William Vollmann, by Richard D. Hecht. Supplement Series 2 (2007)

You Didn’t Build That! A Prophetic View of the Political Economy from the Exile, by Nicolae Roddy. Supplement Series 10 (2014)