Religion in the 21st Century
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The Insider/Outsider Debate:
New Perspectives in the Study of Religion
co-edited with Stephen E. Gregg
to be published by Equinox
Minority Religions in Europe and the Middle East is the outcome of the Inform conference in London (31 January - 2 February 2014) with some additional contributions.
The collection spans a range of countries and minority religions - some new and some traditional - from a range of established and early-career scholars. Some of the featured religions are familiar to the public, while others are less known.
Please click here for a full list of chapters and contributors.
The Insider/Outsider Debate: New Perspectives in the Study of Religion
is a collection of essays by an international team of scholars. It aims to challenge the widely-held assumption that one's stance on any religion is either belonging or not belonging.
The anthology explores a variety of stances that can be adopted with respect to various traditional and non-traditional faiths and evaluates the different contributions the various stakeholders make towards understanding of religions.
Please click here for a list of chapters and contributors.
Historical Dictionary of Jehovah's Witnesses
(an imprint of Rowman and Littlefield)
First published in 2008, a revised second edition is currently in preparation. The new edition will include updates on the Watch Tower Society, with revisions and a total of 25% new material.
The Bloomsbury Companion to Studying Christians
Most introductions to the Christian religion are theological, historical or biblical. This Companion seeks to break this mould, and to examine how Christians put their faith into practice in everyday life.
Over thirty scholars of international reputation contribute to this volume, addressing a variety of themes relating to contemporary Christian practice.
Please click here for further information.
Minority Religions in Europe and the Middle East: Mapping and Monitoring
to be published by Routledge