Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research articles and book reviews covering all areas of the history of Christianity and its cultural contexts in all places and times, including its non-Western expressions. Specialists and historians of Christianity in general find Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture an international publication regularly cited throughout the world and an invaluable resource.
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The journal of Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture, is proud to announce its March 2018 issue (volume 87, issue 1). This issue features the following original articles:
"Aelred of Rievaulx and the Saints of Hexham: Tradition, Innovation, and Devotion in Twelfth-Century Northern England" by Lauren L. Whitnah
"Rural Seigneurs and the Counter Reformation: Parishes, Patrons, and Religious Reform in France, 1550–1700" by Elizabeth Tingle
"Knowers by Nature and Their Burdens and Blessings: On John Goodwin's Arminian Turn" by David Parnham
"The Legend of Marcus Whitman and the Transformation of the American Historical Profession" by Sarah Koenig
"'One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism' in the Land of ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer: The Fifth Baptist World Congress (Berlin, 1934)" by Blake McKinney
This issue also contains a review essay by Jonathan M. Butler titled "Seventh-Day Adventist Historiography: A Work in Progress" alongside numerous book reviews and a list of books received. For more information about this issue, see https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/church-history/latest-issue