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  • Periodical Literature

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4 Popes, 4 Saints, One New Guy. Ingrid D. Rowland. American Scholar, 83 (Summer, 2014), 30–37.
Benedikt XVI. als kirchlicher Gesetzgeber. Ein Überblick über die legislative Tätigkeit des Papstes. Yves Kingata. Archiv für Katholisches Kirchenrecht, 181 (II, 2012), 487–511.
“Dying Well” from the Fifteenth Century to Hospice. Donald F. Duclow. Lutheran Quarterly, XXVIII (2, 2014), 125–48.
Katholiken des byzantinischen Ritus in Ungarn. I. Teil: Von den Anfängen bis 1920. Tamás Véghseő. Ostkirchliche Studien, 62 (2, 2013), 281–309.
Geschichte der Christlichen Archäologie in Russland vom 18. bis ins. 20. Jahrhundert. (4. Folge). Liudmila G. Khrushkova. Römische Quartalschrift für Christliche Altertumskunde und Kirchengeschichte, 108 (3–4, 2013), 254–87.
‘Preaching Disaffection’ in the Presbyterian Atlantic: Jotham Blanchard and the Reform Crisis in Scotland and Nova Scotia, c. 1827–37. Valerie Wallace. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 42 (3, 2014), 377–99.
Raisons théologiques, historiques et culturelles des mouvements anti-œcuméniques dans l’Orthodoxie. Pantélis Kalaïtzidis. Istina, LIX (Jan.–March, 2014), 43–70.
Demonic possession and the historical construction of melancholy and hysteria. Herman Westerink. History of Psychiatry, 25 (Sept., 2014), 335–49.


Entertaining the Trinity Unawares: Genesis XVIII in Western Christian Interpretation. Marie E. Doerfler. Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 65 (July, 2014), 485–503.
Justin’s Debate with Crescens the Stoic. Runar M. Thorsteinsson. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 17 (3, 2013), 451–78.
“Defining Sacred Boundaries”. Processes of Delimitation from the Pagan Society in Syrian Christianity according to the Didascalia Apostolorum. Daniel Benga. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 17 (3, 2013), 526–59.
Baptism and Chrismation in Third- and Fourth-Century Egypt: The State of the Question. Maxwell E. Johnson. Worship, 88 (July, 2014), 311–32. [End Page 839]
Die Anfänge des Melitianischen Schismas. Sebastian Moll. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 17 (3, 2013), 479–503.
Bishop over “Those Outside”: Imperial Diplomacy and the Boundaries of Constantine’s Christianity. Alexander Angelov. Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, 54 (2014), 274–92.
On the Early History of Quadragesima: A New Look at an Old Problem and Some Proposed Solutions. Harald Buchinger. Studia Liturgica, 43 (2, 2013), 321–41.
La figura di Costantino in Occidente fra tardo antico e alto Medioevo (s. IV ex.–VIII in.). Michele Di Marco. Gregorianum, 95 (II, 2014), 365–91.
Ad sanctitatem mortuorum: tomb raiders, body snatchers and relic hunters in late antiquity. Sean Lafferty. Early Medieval Europe, 22 (Aug., 2014), 249–79.
Zur Biographie des Bischofs Fortunatian von Aquileia. Lukas J. Dorfbauer. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 17 (3, 2013), 395–423.
A History of Heresy Past: The Sermons of Chromatius of Aquileia, 388–407. Robert McEachnie. Church History, 83 (June, 2014), 273–96.
The Soul’s Cure in Letters: The Death of Gregory of Nazianus and the Consolation of Evagrius of Pontus. Joel Kalvesmaki. The American Benedictine Review, 64 (June, 2014), 135–44.
Quelques considérations sur le problème du logement des clercs à travers le prisme des relations avec les laïcs dans l’Antiquité tardive. Ariane Bodin. Revue d’Études Augustiniennes et Patristiques, 59 (2, 2013), 337–78.
Asceticism and syeisaktism in Asterius’ Liber ad Renatum monachum. Hajnalka Tamás and Liesbeth Van der Sypt. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 17 (3, 2013), 504–25.
Antecedentes del clericalismo y anticlericalismo en España (De Nerón a Carlos III). Una introducción (II). La Hispania visigoda. Victor Manuel Arbeloa. Lumen, LXIII (Jan.–March, 2014), 5–56.
La ‘Passio’ de san Vicente de Zaragoza según las prédicas de Agustín en el día de la fiesta. Hubertus R. Drobner. Augustinus, LIX (Jan.–June, 2014), 17–45.
San Agustín y los pobres de su tiempo. Enrique A. Eguiarte. Augustinus, LIX (Jan.–June, 2014), 47–76.
San Agustín y la vida fraterna: un itinerario existencial y trinitario. Enrique A. Eguiarte. Augustinus, LIX (Jan.–June, 2014), 77–117
From a Martyrological ‘Tabernacula Pastorum’ towards a Geographical ‘In Meridie’. Augustine’s Representation and Refutation of the Donatist Exegesis of Sg. 1, 6–7. Anthony Dupont and Matteo Dalvit. Revue d’Histoire Ecclésiastique, 109 (1–2, 2014), 5...


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