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The Christian Reconstruction Movement in U.S. Politics  

Julie Ingersoll

For more than half a century, Rousas John Rushdoony and his followers have articulated and disseminated what they understand to be a biblical worldview, based in aspects of traditional ... More

Jonathan Edwards  

Michael J. McClymond

Print publication date:
Dec 2007
Online publication date:
Sep 2009
Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758)—pastor, philosopher, theologian, and Calvinist saint—was a man of deep piety and a meticulous observer of others' spiritual experiences. He devoted much of his ... More

Mary in Luther and the Lutheran Reformation  

Beth Kreitzer

Print publication date:
Aug 2019
Online publication date:
Sep 2019
Mary, the queen of heaven and the most powerful intercessor among all the saints, was the focus of intense piety and devotion at the turn of the sixteenth century. She played a central role ... More


Thabo Makgoba

Print publication date:
Oct 2015
Online publication date:
Jul 2016
For Anglicans there has never been a distinct division between public and private, political and personal, when it comes to matters of faith and their application in Christian ethics. This ... More

Theology and Practice in Evangelical Churches  

Andrew Goddard

This chapter examines the continuities, development, and diversity found among evangelical Christians as they explore different patterns of evangelical response to new and challenging ... More