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Bob Mathisen (Western Baptist) is the authorof CRITICAL ISSUES IN

AMERICAN RELIGIOUS HISTORY:A READER, published by Baylor

University Press.


Lendol Calder (Augustana College IL) recentlyspoke at Huntington

College's Forester Lectures Series onthe topic "Christianity and

Consumerism."He implied that mass consumption may not beentirely

consistent with the Christian faith. (ED NOTE:This does not refer to

purchases of gift subscriptions to the CFH NEWSLETTER,a wonderful

Christmas suggestion!)


Rick Kennedy (Point LomaNazarene University) published "Increase

Mather's Catechismus Logicus: A Translation and an Analysis of theRole of a

Ramist Catechism at Harvard Introduction and Translation,"introduced,

translated, and edited by Rick Kennedy and Thomas Knolesin

PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN ANTIQUARIANSOCIETY 109 (1999):

145-223.


Alvin Turner (East Central Oklahoma) isthe editor of Caroline Henderson,

LETTERS FROM THE DUST BOWL (University ofOklahoma Press, October

2001).


THE SILENT REVOLUTION ANDTHE MAKING OF VICTORIAN

ENGLAND by Herb Schlossberg (Ethics andPublic Policy Center) was

published by Ohio State University Press, 2000).


Oskar Gruenwald writes that the JOURNALOF INTERDISCIPLINARY

STUDIES, IIR and ICSA,have moved from www.JISonline.orgto a more

compact webdomain at: www.JIS3.org. The JIS Web contains much useful

information in some 45 web pages, including Mss.Guidelines, Call for Papers

for JIS XIV 2002 on: "Re-Inventing Liberal Arts Education: Interdisciplinary

Perspectives," Books for Review, Free SampleArticle, Abstracts of all Articles

published since 1989,Cumulative Index, and much more. We published

another timely Vol. XIII (2001) on: "Civil Society and Religion in the Third

Millennium," on 22 August 2001.

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