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 March 2017 issue (volume 86, issue 1)

This issue features the following original articles:

“Penitents and Their Proxies: Penance for Others in Early Medieval Europe,” Gavin Fort

“Purity and Pollution in Protestant Ritual Ethics,” Klaus C. Yoder

“Pope Gregory XVI’s Chocolate Enterprise: How Some Italian Clerics Survived Financially During the Napoleonic Era,” Christopher Korten

“Evangelist of Fragments: Doing Mite-Box Capitalism in the Late Nineteenth Century,” Hillary Kaell

“The Accidental Modernists: American Fundamentalism and the Canadian Controversy over Church Union,” Phyllis D. Airhart

“Select Religious Instruction, Public Education, and The Dallas High Schools Bible Study Course (1923–1985),” Mark A. Chancey

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