Loy H. Witherspoon Lectures in Religious Studies

The question of the book : religion as texture
Includes bibliographical references.
Evolving Jewish views of Jesus
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The banality of evil : the darkness at the center
Includes bibliographical references.
Sexual masquerades in the Hebrew Bible : Rachel and Tamar
Includes bibliographical references.
Religiopolis : beyond the secular city
Includes bibliographical references.
Martin & Malcolm & America : a dream or a nightmare
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Satan in the New Testament Gospels
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The making and meaning of Schindler's list
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Re-viewing religion
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Translating womanism into pedagogical praxis
Includes bibliographical references.
Jerusalem : the contested inheritance
Includes bibliographical references.
Searching for Shangri-La
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Wooing Rebekah : how Isaac got a wife
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The archaeology of Jesus in Jerusalem
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Things said/things done : the relations of myth and ritual
Includes bibliographical references.
The thirtieth annual Loy H. Witherspoon lecture in religious studies
Program for a lecture delivered by Robert A. Orsi at McKnight Hall on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on March 25, 2014. Lecture title: Secrets of the confessional : children, the sacrament of penance, and the making of 20th century U.S. Catholicism.
The thirty-first annual Loy H. Witherspoon lecture in religious studies
Program for a lecture delivered by Winnifred Fallers Sullivan at McKnight Hall on the University of North Carolina at Charlotte campus on April 2, 2015. Lecture title: The impossibility of religious freedom.