Readers will be interested in a superb looking and relatively new on-line review, The Marginalia Review of Books, edited by Timothy Michael Law (Göttingen). It offers reviews of books in history, theology, and religion, as well as related essays, interviews, and opinion pieces. Here’s a description of this useful resource:
The Marginalia Review of Books is an international review of academic literature from a range of disciplines along the nexus of history, theology, and religion. We publish reviews and a variety of contributions to intellectual culture—including essays, interviews, and op-eds—throughout the month. Contributions to MRB translate the knowledge created in these disciplines for a very broad readership, including scholars as well as interested parties outside of academia. Readers of MRB can expect to find accessible, intelligent, and in-depth review that always keep the larger context in view and provide an engaging and enjoyable reading experience.