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EDITORIAL PREFACE 3 A LETTER TO OUR READERS Dear Readers, We are pleased that the Fall issue of NSJ has appeared in a more timely manner than the Spring issue, and that we have surmounted the difficulties we previously faced. We are beginning a partnership with a new printing company, LionWorks Printing and Graphics, and we expect that this decision will make a significant difference in the efficient production of the journal. We are also expanding the scope of NSJ content: beginning with this issue, we will include a section for our new published lecture series,featuring the annual Newman Legacy and Newman Memorial lectures hosted by Duquesne University and sponsored by NINS.The published lectures will differ from traditional articles in that they will allow the speakers/authors more latitude than would conventional scholarly research essays. Readers unable to attend the lectures will now be able to read them in much the way they were originally delivered, as their published form will allow for the stylistic and rhetorical features that characterize oral presentations. The first lecture in the series is the annual Spring Newman Legacy lecture, which was delivered by Brad S. Gregory at Duquesne University on April 3, 2014. Readers interested in learning more about his research are encouraged to read his two books, Salvation at Stake: Christian Martyrdom in Early Modern Europe (1999) and The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society (2012). We hope you will enjoy our new series. Sincerely, Celeste Barker Bright Managing Editor, NSJ Kevin Mongrain General Editor, NSJ Executive Director, NINS ...


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