ISBN: 978-1-5326-8495-1

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History and Philosophy Research

1) "Grenz and Franke’s Post-Foundationalism and the Religion Singularity"

               https://doi.org/10.33929/sherm.2019.vol1.no1.01

               By Jeshua B. Branch  (pp. 1-9)


2) "First Century Christian Diversity: Historical Evidence of a Social Phenomenon"

               https://doi.org/10.33929/sherm.2019.vol1.no1.02

               By John F. Lingelbach  (pp. 11-20)


 

Invited Position Papers

The authors were asked to answer the following question:

“Assuming the 'religion singularity' phenomenon is, in fact, occurring in institutional Christianity today, what do you believe is the primary cause(s) for this phenomenon’s occurrence?"


3) "A Cultural Cognition Perspective on Religion Singularity: How Political Identity Influences Religious Affiliation"

               https://doi.org/10.33929/sherm.2019.vol1.no1.03

               By Kevin S. Seybold  (pp. 21-28)


4) "Is the Disintegration of Christianity a Problem—or Even a Surprise?"

               https://doi.org/10.33929/sherm.2019.vol1.no1.04

               By Jack David Eller  (pp. 29-38)


 

Social-Scientific and Ministry Research

5) "Conditions for the Great Religion Singularity"

               https://doi.org/10.33929/sherm.2019.vol1.no1.05

               By Brian D. McLaren  (pp. 40-49)


6) "Responses to the Religion Singularity: A Rejoinder"

               https://doi.org/10.33929/sherm.2019.vol1.no1.06

               By Darren M. Slade, Kenneth W. Howard  (pp. 51-74)


Book Reviews

7) Book Review of Crossing Boundaries, Redefining Faith

               https://doi.org/10.33929/sherm.2019.vol1.no1.07

               By Robert D. Francis  (pp. 76-83)


ISBN: 978-1-5326-8495-1

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