From Religions, David King (MTS): The New Internationalists: World Vision and the Revival of American Evangelical Humanitarianism, 1950–2010; and David R. Swartz (Asbury): Embodying the Global Soul: Internationalism and the American Evangelical Left. Frederick Mark Gedicks (BYU): With Religious Liberty for All: A Defense of the Affordable Care Act's Contraception Coverage Mandate. Poets, protesters, and proletarians — oddballs of the nineteenth century: Evan Kindley reviews The Stammering Century by Gilbert Seldes. From Christianity Today, it may not be as dead as it seems — maybe it even won: Gregory Metzger reviews Moral Minority: The Evangelical Left in an Age of Conservatism by David R. Swartz; does it matter that evangelicals became prolife recently? Mark Galli says no; and why Americans don't think God talk is weird: Peter Berger reviews The God Problem: Expressing Faith and Being Reasonable by Robert Wuthnow. Re-evangelizing New England: Ruth Graham on how church-planting and music festivals are bringing about a quiet revival. Mark Noll reviews Godly Republicanism: Puritans, Pilgrims, and a City on a Hill by Michael P. Winship.