ARTICLES

Erik Benson - Introduction to the Theme Issue: Old Wine in New Skins? Revisiting the “Clash of Civilizations” Thesis

Erik Benson is Associate Professor of History at Cornerstone University.

 

Robert Joustra - A Clash of Rival Apostasies? The Religious Problem and the Clash of Civilizations at 25

Robert Joustra is Associate Professor of Politics and International Studies at Redeemer
University College.

 

Scott Waalkes - Beyond the Clash of Civilizations: Hermeneutical Hospitality as a Model for Civilizational Dialogue

Scott Waalkes is Student Success Fellow and Professor of International Politics at Malone
University.

 

Gregory J. Miller - Still Headed Toward Armageddon

Gregory J. Miller is Associate Provost at Malone University.

 

Hyunjin Deborah Kwak - Revisiting Huntington’s Thesis: A Peace Scholar’s Response and Conversations from the Peacebuilding Field

Hyunjin Deborah Kwak is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminal & Restorative
Justice at Malone University.

 

Stephen P. Hoffmann - Huntington, World Order, and Russia

Stephen P. Hoffmann is Professor of Political Science, Emeritus, at Taylor University.

 

REVIEW ESSAYS

John M. Owen - Culture, Religion, and American Power—A Review Essay

John M. Owen is Chair of the Department of Politics; Taylor Professor of Politics; Senior
Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture; and Senior Fellow, Miller Center of Public
Affairs, at the University of Virginia.

 

Andy Draycott - Thinking Christianly about Migration—A Review Essay

Andy Draycott is Associate Professor of Theology at Talbot School of Theology, Biola
University.

 

 

EXTENDED REVIEW

Mark A. Peters - Created and Creating—An Extended Review

Mark A. Peters is professor of music at Trinity Christian College and president of the Society
for Christian Scholarship in Music.