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Current issue - Vol. 40, Nos. 1-2 (Spring-Summer 2015)
Copies of the Spring-Summer 2015 issue of JSPES (Volume 40, Numbers 1 and 2) will be mailed to all subscribers to the print version of the journal on March 29, 2015.
Laode Ida Muslim Sects in Indonesia and the Emergence of Intolerance
Chuz’maria BekeeEberendu Metaphorical Concepts, Ethno-reinforcing Knowledge, and Contemporary Analysis of Nigerian Politics and Violence
George Michael Louis Farrakhan’s Outreach to Muslims in Africa and the Middle East
Edward Dutton Towards a Religious Studies that is Less Religious: The 'Words Against Death' Model and the Need for a Genuine 'Science' of Religion
Dwight D. Murphey BOOK REVIEW ARTICLE A Gentle Look at Race, Evolution and Genetics: Nicholas Wade’s Elevation of Science Over Ideology Dwight D. Murphey
Book Reviews The Specter of Capital • A Disease in the Public Mind: A New Understanding of Why We Fought the Civil War • Hollywood Traitors Blacklisted Screenwriters; Agents of Stalin, Allies of Hitler
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