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Books reviewed by subject

The opinions expressed in these reviews are those of thier author
and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Chrisitian Book Reviews team.

Biblical Studies - Christianity and Nazism - Christian Travel - Church History
Mission Studies - World Religions

Biblical Studies
Shawn Kelly, Racializing Jesus

St. Bonaventure's Commentary on the Gospel of Luke

Elaine Pagels Revelations

Christians and Nazism (National Socialism)
Karla Poewe, New Religions and the Nazis, reviewed by:
John Conway
Roger Griffin
Lee Duigon
Paul Jackson
Alexander Andron
Clair Douglas

Uwe Siemon-Netto, The Fabricated Luther: Refuting Nazi Connections and
other Modern Myths

Christian Travel
Brian Edwards, editor, Day One - Travel With series

Irving Hexham, editor, Christian Travelers Guides series

Church History
Ted Byfield, Christians: The Veil is Torn

Benedicta Ward, Anselm of Canterbury: His Life and Legacy

Eric W. Gritsch, A History of Lutheranism

Donald W. Shriver, Jr., H- Richard Niebuhr

Current Issues
Dennis di Mauro, A Love for Life: Christianity's Consistent Protection of the Unborn

Richard Harris, Boy Meets Girl

Mike Jones, Empty Houses: Houses A Pastoral Approach To Congregational Closures

Gene Robinson, In the Eye of the Storm

Graham Nanton, The Detenuring of an Eminent Professor

Pete Ward, Liquid Church

Barbara Silverstone and Helen Kandel Hyman, You and Your Aging Parent: A Family Guide to Emotional, Social, Health, and Financial Problems (Fourth Edition).

Anthony Julius, Trials of the Diaspora

Mission Studies
Dyron B. Daughrity, Bishop Stephen Neill: From Edinburgh to South India. Reviewed by:

John and Jean Comaroff, Of Revelation and Revolution, Volume 1: Christianity, Colonialism, and Consciousness in South Africa

New Religions
Richard Smoley, Forbidden Faith

World Religions
Clinton Bennett, Understanding Christian-Muslim Relations

Cynthia M. Campbell, A Multitude of Blessings: A Christian Approach to Religious Diversity

David Emmanuel Singh, Jesus and the Cross: Reflections of Christians from Islamic Contexts

Paul Williams, The Unexpected Way: On Converting from Buddhism to Catholicism

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