Idinopulos, Thomas A.

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IDINOPULOS, Thomas A. American, b. 1935. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Miami University, Oxford, OH, began as assistant professor, became associate professor, and currently professor of religious studies. University of Notre Dame, resident scholar at Ecumenical Institute for Advanced Theological Studies in Israel, 1973; Jerusalem Foundation, guest scholar at Mishkenot Sha'nanim, 1975 and 1977; guest speaker at colleges and universities throughout the world; consultant to Center on Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights (Philadelphia). Publications: The Erosion of Faith: An Inquiry into the Origins of the Contemporary Crisis in Religious Thought, 1971; Jerusalem Blessed, Jerusalem Cursed: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the Holy City from David's Time to Our Own, 1991; Jerusalem: A History of the Holiest City, 1994; (with M.J. Berger) Jerusalem's Holy Places and the Peace Process, 1998; Weathered by Miracles, 1998. CO-EDITOR: Mysticism, Nihilism, Feminism: New Critical Essays in the Theology of Simone Weil, 1984; Religion and Reductionism, 1994; The Sacred and Its Scholars, 1996; What Is Religion?, 1998. Contributor to scholarly journals and popular magazines. Address: Dept of Comparative Religion, 103 Old Manse, Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]