Sunday, June 7, 2015

Sunday Night Odds and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

Are Evangelicals willing the world?

Should you read the comment section?

John Turner reviews Timothy Gloege's Guaranteed Pure: The Moody Bible Institute, Business, and the Making of Modern Evangelicalism

Religion, the American Revolution and Jedidiah Morse

Is the nation-state dead yet?

Rosie the Riveter, religion, and World War II

Can "hagiography" be "thoughtful" and "responsible?"

The essay: "a virtuoso performance of care"

Congratulations Massachusetts Historical Society fellowship winners

Was the American Revolution a "just war?"

Mark Noll and God and Darwin

What happened to President's Park?

Jonathan J. Edwards talks about his new book Superchurch: The Rhetoric and Politics of American Fundamentalism

Did the Civil War change the Constitution?

Is the "Sources and Interpretations" section of the William and Mary Quarterly inferior to the main articles?

The academy has its own "Crisis of Authority"

Historicizing the Texas textbook controversy

Chris Gehrz analyzes the latest rankings of Christian colleges and universities