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Early Christian Apocrypha in Popular Culture  

Tony Burke

Print publication date:
Aug 2015
Online publication date:
Feb 2016
Stories and images from the Christian Apocrypha have appeared in popular, or ‘non-ecclesiastical’, settings since the Middle Ages when the various collections of lives of saints, books of ... More

Families  

Adrian Thatcher

Print publication date:
Nov 2014
Online publication date:
Mar 2014
The first part of the chapter, ‘Sources’, consists of an overview of various theological accounts of families, drawn from Roman Catholic official teaching, from the Protestant Family, ... More

Jesuit Theater and Drama  

Kevin J. Wetmore Jr.

The historic Jesuit theater represents two centuries of didactic theater in which the Society of Jesus, following both the organizational instructions and Spiritual Exercises of founder ... More

Theatre  

Linzy Brady and Jolyon Mitchell

Print publication date:
Dec 2019
Online publication date:
Aug 2017
How did the relation between Christianity and drama evolve during the long nineteenth century? How were Christian beliefs represented, promoted, and interrogated through drama? What part ... More

Theology and Mystery  

William J. Wainwright

Print publication date:
Mar 2011
Online publication date:
Sep 2009
This article discusses the place of mystery in Christian thought and practice. Both Christians themselves and their critics have historically thought that the concept of mystery is central ... More

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