Divided by Faith: Religious Conflict and the Practice of Toleration in Early Modern Europe

In U.S. Protestant circles there is a particularly popular story about the origins of religious toleration. In the aftermath of the Reformation, the story goes, there was an Age of Religious Wars typified by unrelenting repression in all matters religious.


Tamara Park went on a low-budget pilgrimage from Rome to Jerusalem with two of her young adult friends. Along the way she asked people to describe God for her.

The Deed and the Doer in the Bible: David Daube's Gifford Lectures, Volume 1

David Daube is not well known or much acknowledged in the United States, even among scripture scholars. In Britain, however, he is recognized as a world-class scholar.

Traveling Home: Sacred Harp Singing and American Pluralism

In 2005 our family made a pilgrimage from our home in Indiana to two all-day Sacred Harp singings in rural Alabama churches. Seventeen-year-old Ben Jacobs and his mom went along.

The Elusive Dream: The Power of Race in Interracial Churches

What happens when Chris tians develop congregations across racial lines? Korie L. Edwards examines this question, weaving together statistics about congregations across the country with an in-depth look at one multiracial congregation.