The Journal of Religion: new issue available

March 4, 2014

Volume 94 of The Journal of Religion, edited by Divinity School faculty and published by the University of Chicago Press, is now available. 

"JR" promotes critical, hermeneutical, historical, and constructive inquiry into religion.  The journal, edited by Divinity School faculty Richard A. Rosengarten (Religion and Literature) and James T. Robinson (History of Judaism), publishes articles in theology, religious ethics, and philosophy of religion, as well as articles that approach the role of religion in culture and society from a historical sociological, psychological, linguistic, or artistic standpoint. It also publishes highly specialized research in limited areas of inquiry that has significance for a wider readership. 

This current issue features the following pieces:

1.       In Memoriam: Jean Bethke Elshtain
2.       Martin Buber and Martin Heidegger in Dialogue by Paul Mendes-Flohr
3.       Atrocious Evil, Divinely Perfected: An Early Modern Feminist’s Contribution to Theodicy by Jill Graper Hernandez
4.       None of Them Knew Me or My Brothers: Gnostic Antitraditionalism and Gnosticism as a Cultural Phenomenon by Jonathan Cahana
5.       Comparative Religion and the Practice of Eclecticism: Intersections  in Nineteenth-Century Liberal Religious Congregations by Emily Mace
6.       Review Article: An Interim Assessment of the Pentecostal Manifesto Series by Frederick L. Ware
 

See more info at the Journal's homepage. Divinity School alumni are eligible for special pricing: an electronic + print subscription for $34.