Showing posts from October, 2010

"Restoring Sanity": A Moderate Anti-History?

Books and their Covers

Open Friendship in a Closed Society

Of Tea Parties, Historical Fundamentalism, and Antihistory

Surprising or Otherwise Interesting Primary Sources, IX: Jedgar on Sunday School

A Plantation and a Church on a Bayou

Religion and Foreign Policy Event

God's Country

American Religious History at the AAR

The Lost Soul of Higher Education

Seneca Possessed

From the Underside of the Millennium: My Take on God in America

Christianity and Scholarship in the Public Square, the Guild, and the Church

The Future of Southern Religious History

God in America and Voices in the Classroom

God in America Alongside the Myth of American Religous Freedom

God In America, Part One: An Exercise in the Evangelical Whig View of Early American Religious History

Leigh Eric Schmidt on Ida C. Craddock and Late-Victorian America

Thomas Kidd Lecture, Fri, Oct 15, Eastern Nazarene College

How Faith Transformed America: Blum on God in America

Psalm 109:8: Trivia or Conspiracy