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Jonathan R. Baer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Faith healing in American Protestant history, especially in the holiness movement and early Pentecostalism.
Generally, American evangelical history.
|Address:||Department of Philosophy and Religion
P. O. Box 352
Crawfordsville, Indiana 47933
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Pentecostalism
Reviewer for H-Pentecostalism
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
A.B., Duke University
M.Phil., Queens' College, University of Cambridge
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Yale University
“Sacred Bodies: Religion, Illness, and Healing.” In Faith in America: Changes, Challenges, and a New Spirituality. Ed. Charles H. Lippy. Praeger Publishing, forthcoming.
“American Dispensationalism’s Perpetually Imminent End Times,” Journal of Religion, fortcoming.
“Confessions of a Non-Evangelical,” Reviews in Religion and Theology, 12 (April 2005): 213-21.
“Redeemed Bodies: The Functions of Divine Healing in Incipient Pentecostalism,” Church History: Studies in Christianity & Culture, 70 (December 2001): 735-71.
Health and Religion in America
Sects and Cults in America