These are brief reviews of an extremely diverse array of books and articles related to religious langauge. The reviews have been produced by Boston University graduate students interested in studying religious langauge.
It is difficult to classify works on religious langauge and related issues. The classification implied in the following headings is not perfect but it is still useful.
The abbreviations of the review authors appear after each title in the index below, and the key to the abbreviations is at the end of the page. Here is the list of categories. Some books have been listed in more than one category but I have tried to avoid double listing.
[None listed yet, but see the Annotated Bibliography, which contains many shorter reviews of books and articles on religious ecperience.]
[TDC] Thomas D. Carroll
The information on this page is copyright ©1994-2010, Wesley Wildman (basic information here), unless otherwise noted. If you want to use ideas that you find here, please be careful to acknowledge this site as your source, and remember also to credit the original author of what you use, where that is applicable. If you want to use text or stories from these pages, please contact me at the feedback address for permission.