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Bivins, Jason C. 1969-

Bivins, Jason C. 1969-


PERSONAL:

Born December 11, 1969, in Washington, DC. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Oberlin College, B.A., 1991; Indiana University, M.A., 1995, Ph.D., 2000.

ADDRESSES:

Office—Campus Box 8103, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8103. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, associate professor of religion.

WRITINGS:


The Fracture of Good Order: Christian Antiliberalism and the Challenge to American Politics, University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hill, NC), 2003.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:


PERIODICALS


American Journal of Sociology, November, 2004, Douglas E. Cowan, review of The Fracture of Good Order: Christian Antiliberalism and the Challenge to American Politics, p. 827.

Christian Century, September 21, 2004, Patrick Neal, review of The Fracture of Good Order, p. 47.

Journal of Southern History, November, 2004, Edward J. Blum, review of The Fracture of Good Order, p. 973.

Theological Studies, September, 2005, Robin W. Lovin, review of The Fracture of Good Order, p. 724.

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