Church History: Studies in

Christianity and Culture

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 September 2017 issue (volume 86, issue 3)

This issue features the following original articles:

"The Age of Reform as an Age of Consolation," Ronald K. Rittgers

 

"Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini, Nicholas of Cusa, and the Crusade: Conciliar, Imperial, and Papal Authority," Norman Housley

 

"Jewish Antiquity in the Sixteenth Century: Calvin's Reception of Josephus," Kirk Essary

 

"Henry Jacob, James I, and Religious Reform, 1603–1609: From Hampton Court to Reason-of-State," John Morgan

 

"The Christ Myth Debate: Radical Theology and German Public Life, 1909–1913," George S. Williamson

 

"The Politics of Ecumenism in Uganda, 1962–1986," J.J. Carney

This issue also contains 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