Kate Bowler in the New York Times

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

Two Podcasts Worth Cheking Out

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…

October New Books

October New Books

Check out the following recently released and soon-to-be released books from friends and members of CFH. Mary Riso, The Narrative of the Good Death: The Evangelical Deathbed in Victorian England (Ashgate) Mark A. Noll, In the Beginning Was the Word: The Bible…

30th Biennial Meeting of the Conference on Faith & History Announced

30th Biennial Meeting of the Conference on Faith & History Announced

The conference will take place from October 20-22, 2016, at Regent University in picturesque Virginia Beach, Virginia. The theme is “Christian Historians and the Challenges of Race, Gender, and Identity.” For more details, check out the Call for Papers. Plenary speakers…

Book: Race, Religion and Law in Colonial Inidia

New Books: Race, Religion, and Law in Colonial India by Chandra Mallampalli

In a crowded commercial neighborhood of the south Indian city of Bellary, there once stood a distillery owned and operated by a Tamil-speaking Protestant named Matthew Abraham. Matthew came from the low-ranking paraiyar community (one among so-called untouchable groups). In…