Monthly Archives: August 2010

Of Anti-Islamic Myth-Making In American Popular Culture

The August 25, 2010 installment of The Daily Show featured an interview with Laurie Cardoza-Moore, president and founder of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, a Christian nonprofit dedicated to the support of Israel, and producer and narrator of the film, … Continue reading

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On Sacred Matters: An Interview with Gary Laderman

Gary Laderman is Professor of American Religious History and Cultures, chair of the Department of Religion, and editor of the online magazine Religion Dispatches, at Emory University in Atlanta. He is perhaps best known for his first two books, The … Continue reading

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Thanks for the welcome, Nathan. And thanks for the invite, Craig—it’s nice to be here. Just by way of a quick introduction: I am a Ph.D. candidate and part-time lecturer at the University of Otago, New Zealand, in the area … Continue reading

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Hi and welcome! I’m Craig Martin; I’m an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at St. Thomas Aquinas College, and the Editor of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion. My area of study is hard to describe; I’ve published on … Continue reading

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Welcome, from the blog janitor

Greetings, and thanks for visiting the Religion Bulletin blog site. I’m Nathan Rein. I teach religious studies at Ursinus College, a small but much-beloved institution in Collegeville, PA, and by training I’m a historian of the Protestant Reformation. I also … Continue reading

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