New Feature from Church History
Avalokiteśvara’s Manifestation as the Virgin Mary: The Jesuit Adaptation and the Visual Conflation in Japanese Catholicism after 1614, by Junhyoung Michael Shin (March 2011).
The Passion of the Jews of Prague: The Pogrom of 1389 and the Lessons of a Medieval Parody, by Barbara Newman (March 2012).
The Origin and Characteristics of Evangelical Protestantism in Korea at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, by Dae Young Ryu (June 2008).
An Egyptian in China: Ahmed Fahmy and the Making of “World Christianities”, by Heather Sharkey (June 2009).
Caring Beyond National Borders: The YMCA and Chinese Laborers in World War I Europe, by Peter Chen-main Wang (June 2009).
What Should Christians Do about a Shaman-Progenitor?: Evangelicals and Ethnic Nationalism in South Korea, by Timothy S. Lee (March 2009).
These articles will be freely available from now through the end of August. While you are on the site, you might check out the new September 2012 issue, with essays by Candida Moss, Patrick O’Banion, Katherine Aron-Geller, Ron Rittgers, and Roberto Sánchez.
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