Socio-Historical Examination of Religion and Ministry (SHERM Journal) is a biannual, not-for-profit, free peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes the latest social-scientific, historiographic, and ecclesiastic research on religious institutions and their ministerial practices.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1) What is the Socio-Historical Method in the Study of Religion
By Darren M. Slade (pp. 1-15)

2) Essays Introducing a Jewish Perspective on the Gospel of John
By Charles David Isbell (pp. 17-26)

3) Craig on the Resurrection: A Defense
By Stephen T. Davis (pp. 28-35)

4) The Implausibility and Low Explanatory Power of the Resurrection Hypothesis—With a Rejoinder to Stephen T. Davis
By Robert Greg Cavin & Carlos A. Colombetti (pp. 37-94)

 

5) Imagined as us-American: Patriotic Music, Religion, and Violence Post-9/11
By David Kwon (pp. 96-120)

 

6) Identifying the Conflict between Religion and Science
By David Kyle Johnson (pp. 122-48)

 

7) Agnomancy: Conjuring Ignorance, Sustaining Belief
By Jack David Eller (pp. 150-80)

 

8) Is Faith a Path to Knowledge?
By Evan Fales (pp. 182-205)

 

9) Faith and Epistemology: Religious Truth Claims and Epistemic Warrant 
By Julius Gurney III (pp. 207-16)

 

10) Judaism and Evolutionary Astrology: Insights from a Jewish Astrologer
By Elisa Robyn (pp. 218-26)

 

11) Book Review of The Case Against Miracles, Edited by John W. Loftus
By Gregory Michna (pp. 228-34)

SHERM Journal (vol. 2, no 1)

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    Pages: 242
    Date: 2020
    Publisher: Wipf and Stock
    ISBN: 9781725262898

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