IGE’s quarterly journal, The Review of Faith & International Affairs, has just released its winter issuea special issue on religion and the history of presidential leadership in foreign policy. Free sample articles from the issue are available at the journal’s website.

This timely, first-of-its-kind collection features essays by leading experts on select past presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson, Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, and George W. Bush. Full online access is available via library subscription. (Recommend to a library).

Table of Contents:

The Moral Foundations of Political Choices: George Washington, Foreign Policy, and National Character

By William B. Allen

Thomas Jefferson’s Moral Diplomacy

By Frank Lambert

Religion, Civil Religion, and Civil War: Faith and Foreign Affairs in the Lincoln Presidency

By Andrew R. Murphy

Woodrow Wilson, Wilsonianism, and the Idealism of Faith

By Malcolm Magee

The Spiritual Factor: Eisenhower, Religion, and Foreign Policy

By T. Jeremy Gunn and Mounia Slighoua

John Kennedy, Religion, and Foreign Policy

By Thomas J. Carty

Jimmy Carter: A Progressive Evangelical Foreign Policy

By Gary Scott Smith

George W. Bush, Religion, and Foreign Policy: Personal, Global, and Domestic Contexts

By Kevin den Dulk and Mark J. Rozell