March 8th, 2014
The Spring issue of Church History is out on Cambridge Journals Online. In this issue:
Arthur Scherr provides a thorough rebuttal to historical portrayals of Thomas Jefferson as a Christian.
Caroline Schroeder challenges conventional categories of monasticism with a look at women’s monasticism in early Christian Egypt.
Howard Louthan explores Erasmus’s relationship with the Polish Kingdom, and his portrayal of Poland as a model for Christendom.
John Stuart looks at the influence of imperialism and ecumenism on Anglo-American missionaries’ conceptions of “religious liberty” in Egypt.
And Keith Stanglin traces the rise and fall of Biblical perspicuity in 17th century theology.
Check out the full issue at Cambridge Journals Online