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Note sur la théologie de l’histoire. Emmanuel Durand. Revue des Sciences Philosophiques et Théologiques, 98 (Apr.–June, 2014), 353–78.
The Goal of Liturgical Language: An Analysis of the English Vernacular Debates of the 1940s and 1950s. James G. Sabak, OFM. Worship, 89 (May, 2015), 238–57.
Religion is the Opium of the People. An Investigation into the Intellectual Context of Marx’s Critique of Religion. E. O. Pedersen. History of Political Thought, 36 (2, 2015), 354–87.


Irenaeus vs. the Valentinians: Toward a Rethinking of Patristic Exegetical Origins. Lewis Ayres. Journal of Early Christian Studies, 23 (Summer, 2015), 153–87.
Bishop Callistus I. of Rome (217?–222?): A Martyr or a Confessor? András Handl. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 18 (Dec., 2014), 390–419.
Morning salutations and the Decline of Sympotic Eucharists in the Third Century. Clemens Leonhard. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 18 (Dec., 2014), 420–42.
Pietro salvato dai Flutti. Un dimenticato rilievo di S. Callisto. Fabrizio Bisconti. Rivista di Archeologia Cristiana, LXXXVII–LXXXVIII (2011–2012), 11–25.
Martiri e soldati in Eusebio di Cesarea. Juri Leoni. Revue d’Histoire Ecclésiastique, 110 (Jan.–June, 2015), 5–30.
Eusebius as Political Theologian: The Legend Continues. Devin Singh. Harvard Theological Review, 108 (Jan., 2015), 129–54.
Basil of Caesarea’s Uses of Origen in his Polemic against Astrology. Adam D. Rasmussen. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 18 (Dec., 2014), 471–85.
Das griechische Bekenntnis des Akakios von Beroia (COG 6481) wiederhergestellt. Wolfram Kinzig. Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum, 18 (Dec., 2014), 486–508.
The Legend of Arius’ Death: Imagination, Space, and Filth in Late Ancient Historiography. Ellen Muehlberger. Past & Present, no. 227 (May, 2015), 3–29.
Les exorcismes dans la Vie d’Hilarion: entre intertextualité et originalité. Carine Basquin-Matthey. Revue des Sciences Religieuses, 89 (Apr., 2015), 165–84. [End Page 715]
Quid habuerit antiqua consuetudo: Zosimus of Rome and Hilary of Narbonne. Geoffrey D. Dunn. Revue d’Histoire Ecclésiastique, 110 (Jan.–June, 2015), 31–53.
The Early Christian Reception of Genesis 18: From Theophany to Trinitarian Symbolism. Bogdan G. Bucur. Journal of Early Christian Studies, 23 (Summer, 2015), 245–72.
The Donation of Zeno: St Barnabas and the Origins of the Cypriot Archbishops’ Regalia Privileges. Joseph P. Huffman. Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 66 (Apr., 2015), 235–60.
The New Self and Reading Practices in Late Antique Christianity. Guy G. Stroumsa. Church History and Religious Culture, 95 (1, 2015), 1–18.
Ascension of Christ or Ascension of Mary? Reconsidering a Popular Early Iconography. Ally Kateusz. Journal of Early Christian Studies, 23 (Summer, 2015), 273–303.
Il battesimo di Clodoveo e le sue possibili ripercussioni in Italia alla luce del Liber Pontificalis, ossia della chiesa romana di S. Martini ai Monti. Monika Ożóg and Henryk Pietras, S.I. Gregorianum, 96 (1, 2015), 157–74.
La decollatio Pauli su un frammento di sarcofago da S. Sebastiano. La tradizione del martirio paolino tra iconografia e topografia. Matteo Braconi. Rivista di Archeologia Cristiana, LXXXVII–LXXXVIII (2011–2012), 27–70.
La pesca miracolosa di un frammentario coperchio di sarcofago di S. Sebastiano. Note e novità sull’iconografia paleocristiana della pesca miracolosa. Dimitri Cascianelli. Rivista di Archeologia Cristiana, LXXXVII–LXXXVIII (2011–2012), 71–100.
Tetrastyla. Ipotesi sull’origine del ciborio d’altare. Francesco Marcattili. Rivista di Archeologia Cristiana, LXXXVII–LXXXVIII (2011–2012), 147–73.
The Early Christian Baptisteries of the Island of Cyprus. Rania Michail. Rivista di Archeologia Cristiana, LXXXVII–LXXXVIII (2011–2012), 249–84.


Marvels in the Medieval Imagination. Michelle Karnes. Speculum, 90 (Apr., 2015), 366–90.
Die Bedeutung der Geschichtstheologie in monenergetisch-monotheletischen Streit des 7. Jarhunderts. Heinz Ohme. Zeitschrift für Theologie und Kirche, 112 (Mar., 2015), 27–61.
Der heilige Gallus, Mönch und Einsiedler. Neues zu seiner Herkunft und Persönlichkeit. Ernst Tremp. Freiburger Diözesan-Archiv, 134 (2014), 5–42.
Gerechtigkeit in christlicher Verantwortung. Neue Blicke in die Fürstenspiegel des Frühmittelalters. Monika Suchan. Francia, 41 (2014), 1–23. [End Page 716]
Contextualizing Constantine V’s radical religious policies: the debate about the intercession of the saints and the ‘sleep of the soul’ in the Chalcedonian and Nestorian churches. Dirk...


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