Vol. 50

Rhetoric and Religion Issue

"FOR THE TYRANT SHALL BE NO MORE” Reflections on and Lessons from “The Arab Spring” in North Africa, the Middle East and the Civil Rights and Anti-Apartheid Struggles By: Allan Aubrey Boesak

America’s Holy War: FDR, Civil Religion, and the Prelude to War By: Timothy Wyatt

Paul’s Use of Aristotelian Enthymeme’s in New Testament Scripture:Turning “Head Knowledge” into “Heart Knowledge”

By:Kevin Jones

The Rhetoric of a Pagan Past: Lactantius and Varro By: C. M. Whiting

The Fundamentals of Religious Speakers & Rhetoric (The mobility of the Church) By:Anjerrika Anthony

The Religious Philosophy of Edith Stein: Knowledge and Faith By: Melissa Chastain

Religious Rhetoric in Tyler Perry’s Play Madea’s Family Reunion By:Angela M Nelson

The Augustinian Tradition in Rhetoric. By: Hanne Roer

Performing a Rhetoric of Renunciation: An Exploration of Hindu Female Renouncers’ Vernacular Practices in North India

By Antoinette DeNapoli

Ritual and Rhetoric: Two Form of Rhetorical Memory in the Early Eucharist By: M. Todd Harper

Luke’s Warning: A Dangerous Economy in Ephesus (Acts 19:25-27, 35b-40) By: Joy Warren

Speaking in a Prophet’s Stead: Rhetoric, Power and HIV/AIDS By: Christopher House

Susanna and the Elders’: A Visual Rhetoric of Sin By: Alexander Kozin

Resurrection Power: Rapper Appropriation of the Crucified Jesus By: Ebony A. Utley

Subverting the Powers: Martin Luther King’s Rhetorical Model By: Michael D. Royster

Filming the Holy: Rhetorical Strategies in the Coen Brothers’ True Grit By: Richard Engell

The Religious Rhetoric of Scapegoat Reliance By: Brent Kice

From I Am to I Do: Gaining Power through Marginalization in the Book of Margery Kempe By: Katherine Fowler

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