Contemporary Church History Quarterly Volume 27, Number 1 (March 2021) Review of Klaus Vondung, Paths to Salvation: The National Socialist Religion, trans. William Petropulos (St Augustine’s Press: South Bend, Indiana, 2019). 168 Pp. ISBN: 978-1-58731-656-2. By Samuel Koehne, Trinity Grammar…
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Volume 27, Number 1 (March 2021)
- Letter from the Editors (March 2021)
- Public Lecture: “‘The Church is not Afraid of History’: The Opening of the Vatican Archives, 1939-1958”
- Article: “Simultaneously Devout Christian and Antisemite: The Tübingen Theologian and ‘Jewish Researcher’ Gerhard Kittel”
- Review of Olaf Blaschke and Thomas Großbölting, eds., Was glaubten die Deutschen zwischen 1933 and 1945? Religion und Politik im Nationalsozialismus
- Review of Klaus Vondung, Paths to Salvation: The National Socialist Religion
- Review of Father Chester Fabisiak, S.J., Memories of a Devil: My Life as a Jesuit in Dachau
- Review of David Rice, I Will Not Serve: The Priest Who Said NO to Hitler
- Research Report: Ben Goossen on Mennonites, Nazism, and the Holocaust
- Webinar Announcement: The Opening of the Pius XII Archive and Holocaust Research
- Call for Editors