November 21st, 2013
The December issue of Church History is now online. In this issue:
Daniel Richie looks at Irish Reformed Presbyterians who opposed slavery in antebellum America.
Kathy Schneider discusses the secular front organizations established by Catholics in the Second Republic of Spain to get around laws prohibiting schools run by religious orders.
Luke Fenwick looks at the politics surrounding the denazification of two Protestant churches in Germany after 1945.
Klaus Petersen and Jørn Henrik Petersen analyze the attitudes of Danish and Norwegian Lutherans toward the modern welfare state in the mid-twentieth century.
And George Faithful examines successive versions of the hymn “O Sacred Head Now Wounded” with an eye toward the theological and aesthetic needs of its translators’ religious traditions.
Check out the entire issue at Cambridge Journals Online.