RFIA Endorsements

Endorsements

Launched in the spring of 2003, The Review of Faith & International Affairs remains ahead of the curve. It is the leading forum for analysis and commentary regarding the role of religion—for good or ill—in global affairs.

As the only journal in America dedicated to examining the role of religion in international affairs, The Review of Faith & International Affairs is performing a critically important role in shedding light on the most pressing and complex issues of our time.

Mark Silk Director, Leonard Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life

As an illuminating, educating, and edifying resource, The Review of Faith & International Affairs deserves wide support.

Mark A. Noll Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History, University of Notre Dame

Publishers are always looking for a new niche. The Review of Faith & International Affairs meets a need that was waiting to be filled. It is an indispensable forum both for conversation among believers concerned about world affairs and for general readers interested in the place of religion in world politics. I recommend it highly.

Drew Christiansen Former Editor, America magazine

The Review of Faith & International Affairs is providing an important platform for the dialogue of civilizations and in doing so is giving us an alternative paradigm to the pervasive idea of the clash of civilizations. It has my strong support as a relevant and important journal.

Akbar Ahmed Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies, American University

In quite a short time The Review of Faith & International Affairs has become an important point of reference for anyone interested in the relation of religion and global developments. I recommend it warmly.

Peter L. Berger Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs, Boston University

The Review of Faith & International Affairs is an extraordinary journal, one that is well suited to anyone who deals with the role of religion in international politics.

Douglas M. Johnston President, International Center for Religion and Diplomacy