Welcome

The Conference on Faith & History is a community of scholars exploring the relationship between Christian faith and history. We welcome members from a variety of Christian traditions around the world. We also seek to learn from scholars outside the…

Need Summer Reading?

Baylor history professor Andrea Turpin has you covered. Check out her list of new and recent books detailing American Protestant history at the Anxious Bench blog. Speaking of Turpin, her book A New Moral Vision: Gender, Religion, and the Changing Purposes of…

Two CFH Biennial Meeting Notes

(1) Those who submitted proposals for the 2016 CFH meeting can expect notification regarding acceptance by May 25. (2) As for the undergraduate conference, we’ve received very strong proposals –keep them coming! The submission deadline is MAY 15. Please email your…

Kate Bowler in the New York Times

Kate Bowler, a professor at Duke Divinity School and one of the CFH Plenary Speakers at our October conference, brings deep wisdom to a powerful essay in the New York Times. Check it out here: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/14/opinion/sunday/death-the-prosperity-gospel-and-me.html

The 30th biennial meeting of the Conference on Faith & History is set to take place from October 19-22 at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The meeting will include plenary speakers Kate Bowler, Thomas Kidd, and Verónica Gutiérrez. The deadline for…

Two Podcasts Worth Cheking Out

CFHers Chris Gehrz (Bethel University) and John Fea (Messiah College) have both entered into the podcast world. Gehrz recently launched season two of his Pietist Schoolman podcast, while Fea recently launched the inaugural season of his The Way of Improvement…