Praise for RFIA
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.
International Center for Religion and Diplomacy
—Peter L. Berger
Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs, Boston University
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 S. Ahmed
Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies, American University
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.
The Review of Faith & International Affairs is a welcome addition for scholar-practitioners and students committed to the comparative study and innovative management of the engagement between religion and world affairs.
Institute on Religion & World Affairs, Boston University
The Review of Faith & International Affairs is a pioneer in the study of religion and global politics. Timely, lively, and balanced, it is required reading for scholars, students, and practitioners alike.
—John Witte, Jr.
Center for the Study of Law & Religion, Emory Law School
The Review of Faith & International Affairs provides an important new voice for the growing movement committed to public engagement on global issues. Every issue is packed with solid, thoughtful articles and reviews. Highly recommended.
—Ronald J. Sider
Palmer Theological Seminary
In a decreasingly secularized world, it becomes increasingly important to think clearly about faith and international affairs. And that is precisely what The Review of Faith & International Affairs helps us to do.
—Richard John Neuhaus
First Things journal
The Review of Faith & International Affairs is establishing a track record as a serious forum for writing on faith in relation to world affairs. It is unabashedly faith-based yet not beholden to any narrow sectarian or partisan agenda.
Religion and Peacemaking Initiative, U.S. Institute of Peace
Over the course of the last fifty years the center of world Christianity has shifted decisively away from Europe and North America to Africa, Asia, and Latin America. The Review of Faith & International Affairs is a leader in trying to track the many political and social implications of this shift. As an illuminating, educating, and edifying resource, it deserves wide support.
University of Notre Dame
The Review of Faith & International Affairs is a welcome and much needed addition to the literature on international relations. Scholarly, timely, and always relevant, its articles cover the breadth of religion's growing intersection with global politics. It is a must read for professional pundits as well as informed citizens.
—Dean C. Curry
College Honors Program, Messiah College
It is more important than ever that we understand the relation of religion and international affairs; indeed, the world depends on it. The Review of Faith & International Affairs moves us in this critical direction.
Jackson School of International Affairs, University of Washington
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.
Leonard Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life
While some international affairs journals are prone to advise specialists to become knowledgeable about the ‘objective' impact of religion/faith upon political movements and events, The Review of Faith & International Affairs also has the courage to recognize that a faith perspective can exert a positive and critical influence upon the practitioners of international relations themselves.
Political Advisor, Congregation of Oriental Churches, The Vatican