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By Ann A. By Li Zehou; Roger T. Freud's Mahabharata. By Freek L. Bakker Lit Verlag, Key Islamic Political Thinkers. By John L. Peacemaking and the Challenge of Violence in World Religions. By Irfan A. Omar and Michael K. By George D. Summer greetings to all our Reading Religion users and again, winter greetings to those of you south of the equator. In addition to our usual books reviewed and received, we have several features published in the last two weeks for you to peruse: two new author interviews, and two new book review essays.
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Please remember to look beyond your specific field! You may find something intriguing there. Interview with John Corrigan , editor of Feeling Religion.
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Early Christian Ritual Life. By Richard E. Reviewed by Susan Ashbrook Harvey. Enslaved Leadership in Early Christianity.
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