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Professor John Wolffe
Professor John Wolffe (2019-04-17) [Book review]War beyond words. Languages of remembrance from the Great War to the present., In The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 2(70)
Professor John Wolffe (2019) Church decline and growth in London: taking the long view, Routledge
Professor John Wolffe (2019) Is 'Religious' Violence Really Religious?, Routledge
Professor John Wolffe (2017-12-09) Towards the Post-Secular City? London since the 1960s, In Journal of Religious History 4(41)
Professor John Wolffe (2017-01-19) Perceptions of Irish Religious History Among Community Activists in Northern Ireland, 2010–2013, Palgrave McMillan
Professor John Wolffe (2016-09-12) Forever England beneath the Cross of Sacrifice: Christianity and National Identity in British First World War Cemeteries, Vanderhoek and Ruprecht
Professor John Wolffe (2016-03) [Book review] Remembering Armageddon: Religion and the First World War, In Journal of Religious History 1(40)
Professor John Wolffe (2015-10-19) Crusading, Reformation and Pietism in Nineteenth-Century North Atlantic Evangelicalism, Brill
Professor John Wolffe (2015-06) A Comparative Historical Categorisation of Anti-Catholicism, In Journal of Religious History 2(39)
Professor John Wolffe (2015) Plurality in the Capital: The Christian Responses to London Religious Minorities since 1800, In Studies in Church History(51)