Finding W.D. Fard – ‘A Masterpiece’

Dr. John Andrew Morrow's book Finding W.D. Fard: Unveiling The Identity Of The Founder Of The Nation Of Islam has been reviewed by the Berkeley Institute for Islamic Studies in which it has been labelled as a 'masterpiece'. Finding W.D. Fard: Unveiling the Identity of the Founder of the Nation of Islam provides an overview of … Continue reading Finding W.D. Fard – ‘A Masterpiece’

Robert Gibson reviews Robert Letellier’s works on French Grand Opera

Robert Letellier is Cambridge Scholars' most prolific author, with over a hundred books on opera and religion to his name. We are delighted to share a new review of Robert's works on French Grand Opera, expertly authored by Robert Gibson. Please continue reading for the full survey below. Gibson has also produced a fantastic timeline … Continue reading Robert Gibson reviews Robert Letellier’s works on French Grand Opera

Open access review of John Andrew Morrow’s Islam and the People of the Book, Volumes 1-3

We are delighted to share an open access review in Reading Religion of John Andrew Morrow's edited collection entitled Islam and the People of the Book, which was published by Cambridge Scholars in three volumes in 2017. The full review can be accessed here, and the three volumes can be purchased directly from Cambridge Scholars by … Continue reading Open access review of John Andrew Morrow’s Islam and the People of the Book, Volumes 1-3

Gary Greenberg’s new book Proving Jesus’ Authority in Mark and John discussed by Professor James D. Tabor

Cambridge Scholars Publishing has recently published Proving Jesus' Authority in Mark and John: Overlooked Evidence of a Synoptic Relationship by Gary Greenberg, and the book's argument is the subject of a post by James D. Tabor, Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, at his blog. Tabor writes that … Continue reading Gary Greenberg’s new book Proving Jesus’ Authority in Mark and John discussed by Professor James D. Tabor

Book Review: The Bible in Music

Robert Letellier's productivity and his wonderful understanding of music, history, religion and context of time and place with regards to composition is brilliantly brought to the fore in this beautifully produced book, which offers such a wealth of easily digestible information. It is also a superior reference book for anybody interested in the topic at … Continue reading Book Review: The Bible in Music

Meet our Authors: Elizabeth McNamer – February 2018

Dr Elizabeth McNamer is Assistant Professor and holder of the Zarek Chair of Religious Thought at Rocky Mountain College, USA. She serves on the Board of the Bethsaida Excavation Project, and has authored the book The First Century of Christianity in Jerusalem as well as several articles on archaeology and scripture. She has lectured all over the … Continue reading Meet our Authors: Elizabeth McNamer – February 2018

Islamic Law and Human Rights: The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Moataz El Fegiery’s book Islamic law and Human Rights: The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt presents a comprehensive account of Muslim Brotherhood’s evolving thought on Islamic law and International Human Rights. Broadly, the book opposes the setting up of a shari’a state in a democratic regime with religious diversity.  It proposes the reform of traditional Islamic law as … Continue reading Islamic Law and Human Rights: The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Book Announcement: The Great War against Eastern European Jewry, 1914-1920

The Great War against Eastern European Jewry, 1914-1920 now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of The Great War against Eastern European Jewry, 1914-1920 by Giuseppe Motta. This volume focuses on the consequences that the First World War had on the Jews living in the notorious Pale of Settlement … Continue reading Book Announcement: The Great War against Eastern European Jewry, 1914-1920

Book Announcement: Jews in an Illusion of Paradise: Dust and Ashes Volume Two

Jews in an Illusion of Paradise: Dust and Ashes Volume Two—Falling out of Place and into History now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Jews in an Illusion of Paradise: Dust and Ashes Volume Two—Falling out of Place and into History by Norman Simms. The focus of this … Continue reading Book Announcement: Jews in an Illusion of Paradise: Dust and Ashes Volume Two

Meet our Authors: Ali Shehata Abdou Selim – November 2017

Dr Ali Shehata Abdou Selim is a senior member of staff at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland. He is currently a guest lecturer at Smurfit College, University College Dublin, and Chairperson of the Irish Muslim Board.  Ali also lectures in Arabic at Trinity College, Dublin, having taught Arabic to a number of Irish politicians … Continue reading Meet our Authors: Ali Shehata Abdou Selim – November 2017