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Published Articles

Jennings, Mark (2019) The Throne of Sacrifice: the co-option of faith in the time of Neoliberal totalization. Uniting Church Studies, 22. pp. 9-20. ISSN 1323-6377

Jennings, Mark (2018) Impossible Subjects: LGBTQ Experiences in Australian Pentecostal-Charismatic Churches. Religions, 9. pp. 53-68. ISSN 2077-1444

Jennings, Mark (2017) De-fusing the Horizons? Content Analysis and Hermeneutics. tropos: Journal of Hermeneutics and Philosophical Criticism, 10 (1). pp. 111-127.

Jennings, Mark and Učník, Lubica (2017) There is an alternative: Rethinking the Enlightenment and Education in the Neoliberal University. Socioekonomické a humanitní studie, 7 (2). pp. 73-89.

Jennings, Mark (2015) An Extraordinary Degree of Exaltation: Durkheim, Effervescence and Pentecostalism’s defeat of Secularization. Social Compass, 62 (1). pp. 61-75.

Jennings, Mark (2014) Breaking Free to the Limit: Playing with Foucault, Otto and Pentecostal Experience. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 29 (1). pp. 33-45.

Jennings, Mark (2014) Imagining Jesus doing a Whole Lotta Shakin’: Pentecostal worship, popular music and the politics of experience. Culture and Religion: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 15 (2). pp. 211-226.

Jennings, Mark (2013) The Fourth gospel’s reversal of Mark in John 13:31–14:3. Biblica, 94 (2). pp. 210-236.

Jennings, Mark (2010) ‘I’ve got a spirit coming through me:’ Music as Hierophany and Musicians as Shamans. Australian Religion Studies Review, 23 (2). pp. 210-228. ISSN print - 1031-2943 online - 1744-1914

Jennings, Mark (2010) Realms of Re-enchantment: Socio-Cultural investigations of Festival Music Space. Perfect Beat, 11 (1). pp. 67-83. ISSN 038-2909

Jennings, Mark (2008) ‘Won’t you break free?’ An Ethnography of Music and the Divine-Human encounter at an Australian Pentecostal Church. Culture and Religion, 9 (2). pp. 161-174. ISSN 1849-675X

Book Chapters

Jennings, Mark (2021) Sexuality. In: rill Encyclopedia of Global Pentecostalism. Brill, Leiden. ISBN 9004297448

Jennings, Mark (2020) Ecstasy and Ecstatic Religion. In: The Sage Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Religion. SAGE Publications, Inc.. ISBN 9781473942202

Jennings, Mark (2017) Great Risk for the Kingdom: Pentecostal-Charismatic Growth Churches, Pastorpreneurs and Neoliberalism. In: Multiculturalism and the Convergence of Faith and Practical Wisdom in Modern Society. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, pp. 236-248. ISBN 1522519556

Jennings, Mark (2017) “A Silence like Thunder: Pastoral and Theological responses of Australian Pentecostal-Charismatic churches to LGBTQ individuals.”. In: Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion Vol. 8: Pentecostals and the Body. Brill, Lieden, pp. 217-238. ISBN 978-90-04-34417-4

Jennings, Mark (2010) Collective effervescence, numinous experience or proto-religious phenomena? Moshing with Durkheim, Schleiermacher and Otto. In: Philosophical and Cultural Theories of Music. Brill, Lieden, pp. 117-141. ISBN 9004184341

Research Reports

Jennings, Mark and Van Den Akker, J (2016) UnitingCare West Pathways Evaluation Report. Evaluation commissioned by UnitingCare West, Western Australia. UNSPECIFIED. UNSPECIFIED.

Jennings, Mark (2012) Unlikely comrades: The joys and challenges of community agencies working together in partnership, managing a shared project. Evaluation report commissioned by CLAN WA and Murdoch University, Western Australia. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.

Conference Papers

Jennings, Mark (2018) The Throne of Sacrifice: recovering a Christian theological anthropology in the time of neoliberal totalization. In: Neoliberalism, Civil Society, and the Church, Sydney, Australia.

Jennings, Mark (2017) Welcome in the kitchen: LGBTIQ experiences of staying in and leaving Pentecostal-Charismatic Churches. In: TASA Conference, University of Western Australia.

Jennings, Mark (2017) Welcome in the kitchen: LGBTIQ experiences of staying in and leaving Pentecostal-Charismatic Churches. In: 79th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion, Montreal, Canada.

Jennings, Mark (2016) A Silence like thunder: pastoral and theological responses of Australian Pentecostal-Charismatic churches to LGBT individuals. In: ANZATS Conference, University of Divinity, Melbourne.

Jennings, Mark (2015) Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity and Late-Modernity: A Symbiosis? In: Religious History Association Conference, University of Sydney.

Jennings, Mark (2014) De-fusing the Horizons? Content Analysis and Hermeneutics. In: OPO V: Phenomenology and the Problem of Meaning in Human Life and History, Murdoch University, Perth.

Jennings, Mark (2014) De-fusing the Horizons? Content Analysis and Hermeneutics. In: TASA Conference, University of South Australia.

Jennings, Mark (2014) An Extraordinary Degree of Exaltation: Durkheim, Effervescence and Pentecostalism’s defeat of Secularization. In: Faith in Motion: Religion in the Twenty First Century, University of Western Australia.

Jennings, Mark (2013) An Extraordinary Degree of Exaltation: Durkheim, Effervescence and Pentecostalism’s defeat of Secularization. In: TASA Conference, Monash University.

Jennings, Mark (2012) Elementary forms, Pentecostalism and the demise of Secularisation theory. In: Durkheim Symposium, Flinders University.

Jennings, Mark (2012) “I’ve got a spirit coming through me:” Music as hierophany and musicians as shamans. In: Shifting Sounds: Musical Flow — The IASPM-ANZ Annual Conference, University of Tasmania.

Jennings, Mark (2008) That Feeling of Exaltation: An Ethnography of Music and Religious Experience at a Music Festival. In: Music, Culture and Society Conference, Monash University.

Jennings, Mark (2007) “Won’t you break free?” An ethnography of music and the divine-human encounter at an Australian Pentecostal church,. In: TASA & SAANZ Joint Conference,, University of Auckland.

Books / Monographs

Jennings, Mark (2014) Exaltation: Ecstatic Experience in Pentecostalism and Popular Culture. Peter Lang, Bern. 232pp. ISBN 3034313489

Jennings, Mark Happy: LGBTQ+ Experiences of Australian Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity. UNSPECIFIED. (Submitted to be assessed for publication)

Other

Jennings, Mark (2019) “Why did the Australian Christian Lobby throw their unqualified support behind the heterodox Israel Folau?”. ABC Religion and Ethics.

Jennings, Mark (2019) “When you don’t know that you don’t know: Academic misrepresentation of Australian Pentecostalism.”. ABC Religion and Ethics.

Jennings, Mark (2019) “The Murdoch press and the end of critique.”. Eureka Street.

Jennings, Mark (2018) “Does discrimination have any place in Christian education? A response to David Hastie.”. ABC Religion and Ethics.

Jennings, Mark (2018) “Explainer: What is Pentecostalism, and how might it influence Scott Morrison’s politics?”. The Conversation.

Jennings, Mark (2018) “Sadly, the neoliberal zombie has not eaten itself yet.”. UNSPECIFIED, Red Flag.

Jennings, Mark (2017) “Welcome in the Kitchen: LGBTIQ Experiences in Pentecostal-Charismatic Churches.”. ABC Religion and Ethics.

Riches, T and Jennings, Mark (2016) “Explainer: why some churches teach that women are ‘separate but equal.’”. The Conversation.

Jennings, Mark (2016) “Welcoming, but not affirming: being gay and Christian.”. The Conversation.

Jennings, Mark (2014) “Pentecostal, Pearl Jam – music brings ecstasy to us all.”. The Conversation.

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