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Cannon, Mae E.; Vollrath, Kevin. 2022. "The Cost of Change: Three Social Movements’ Methodologies in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories" Yale Journal of International Affairs.

Cannon, Mae E.; Vollrath, Kevin. 2021. "Spiritual Synchronicity: Icon Veneration in Evangelical and Orthodox Religious Practices in the 21st Century" Religions 12, no. 7: 463.

Cannon, Mae Elise. “Returning to the Heart of the Gospel: A Practical Evangelical Theology of Libera-Tion and Call to Action for Christians Engaged in Peacebuilding in Israel and Palestine.” Ex Auditu 35, no. The Holy Land: Biblical Perspectives and Contemporary Conflicts (October 2020): 190–203.

Cannon, Mae Elise. “In Their Own Right: Evangelical Rejection of Palestinian Human Rights and Dignity.” Palestine-Israel Journal. Vol. 25 No. 1&2 2020.

Cannon, Mae Elise. “Returning to the Heart of the Gospel: A Practical Evangelical Theology of Liberation and Call to Action for Christians Engaged in Peacebuilding in Israel and Palestine.”  Forthcoming in Ex Auditu. Cannon, Mae Elise. “Mischief Making in Palestine: American Protestant Christian Attitudes Toward the Holy Land: 1917-1949.” Cultural Encounters: A Journal for the Theology of Culture. Vol. 7. No. 1 (June 2011): 49-66.

Cannon, Mae Elise. “Book Review Essay: Christians and Zionism: Resources for Consideration.” Cultural Encounters: A Journal for the Theology of Culture. Vol. 7. No. 1 (June 2011): 153-161.

Grill, Stephen E.; Rosenberger, William F.; Boyle, Karen; Cannon, Mae; Hallett, Mark. NeuroReport. "Perception of Timing of Kinesthetic Stimuli." NeuroReport. Vol 9. No. 18 (December 1998): 4001-4005.


Violence Against Christians: Degradation of the Sacred and the Holy in Jerusalem. Do Justice Blog. September 2023

Prayers4Peace: The Unknown Saint of Armenia – The Devout and Beautiful Hrispime. Prayers4Peace. July 2023

The Worst Famine Today Is Largely Out of Sight, Out of Mind. Co-authored with Dr. Ben Norquist. Christians for Social Action. June 2023

Allahu Akbar - Finding God in Umm El Kheir. Do Justice Blog. May 2023

Protecting the Freedom to Worship in the Holy City. Christians for Social Action. April 2023

The Holy Land Unplugged: American Christian Investment and Responsible Pilgrimage. Do Justice. March 2023

Recent Israeli Elections Detrimental to Peace. The Christian Citizen. March 2023

The Fearless Pursuit of Justice for Shireen. Sojourners Magazine. February 2023

Justice for Shireen, Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon, Do Justice, September 2022

Cannon, Mae Elise. (2022) "Problematic Pacifism: Pursuing Biblical Justice Toward Effective Change" In The Gospel of Peace in a Violent World, Shawn Graves and Marlena Graves Eds. InterVarsity Press.

Yemen Needs Good Neighbors. Co-authored with Emily Sarmiento. The Christian Citizen. July, 2022.

Christian Religious Liberty in Egypt. Do Justice Blog. May 16, 2022

The Best Books About Justice that You Don't Need a Ph.D. to Understand. Shepherd Media, 2022

Settlements Remain Detrimental to Peace. Do Justice. December 2021

Cannon, Mae Elise, and Jennifer Maidrand. "This Christmas, praying for a shared Jerusalem." The Christian Citizen, December 17, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise, and Sir Jeff Abood. "Viewpoint: Religious Freedom Must be Protected in Holy Land." Independent Catholic News, November 11, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Women in the Middle EaWomen in the Middle East Claim Their Place in the Pulpit." Sojourners Magazine, November 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Pray for Lebanon: An Economic Depression Worse than Any in the Modern Era." Do Justice, September 17, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise, and Bruce N. Fisk. “Christian Nationalism and Christian Zionism: Two Sides of the Same Coin?” Christians for Social Action, July 28, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise; Vollrath, Kevin. "Not enough for Israel and Palestine: No one wins with (just) a ceasefire." The Christian Citizen, June 22, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "The City on a Hill: Jerusalem Divided." Red Letter Christians, May 21, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise, and Joyce Ajlouny. “U.S. Christians Can’t Ignore Israel’s Ongoing Occupation of Palestine." Sojourners, May 14, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "From Child Displaced to International Activist." Do Justice, May 7, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Assyrian Christians Caught Amid Geopolitical Conflicts.” Sojourners, May 1, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Embracing Equality and Justice: Opposing Christian Nationalism.” The Christian Citizen, April 28, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Hatred Toward Asian Americans Is Not a New Evil.” Red Letter Christians (blog), April 9, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Pursuing a Faithful Witness: Christianity, Nationalism, and the Middle East.” Do Justice. (blog), March 19, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise; Alexander Lutz. "US Military Attacks on Syria Detrimental to Peace." Red Letter Christians. March 10, 2021.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Why I’m voting for the first time in 28 years." The Christian Post. October 27, 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Why the UAE deal is not ‘peacemaking’." Forward. October 14, 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Interrupting White Supremacy in Conservative Christian Institutions." The Salt Collective. October 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Spiritual Activism: We Must Constructively Engage in Politics." The Christian Citizen. October 13, 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Christian Leaders Call On U.S. Political Parties to Address Palestinian Rights." Sojourners. July 3, 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "COVID-19 Does Discriminate: The Disproportionate Impact of the Virus on the Poor and Vulnerable." The Christian Citizen. May 11, 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Equal in God’s Eyes: Human Rights and Dignity for All in Israel/Palestine." Do justice. May 4, 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Biblical Justice is the Gospel Manifested." Red Letter Christians. April 25, 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Elusive Peace: Middle East Peace Plan Announcement." Do Justice. February 7, 2020.


Cannon, Mae Elise “The Moral Crossroads of Evangelical Christianity in the United States.” Red Letter Christians. December 31, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Commentary: Friends of Christianity Today back anti-Trump,” editorial. Salt Lake Tribune. December 24, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise and Andrew Wickersham. “Art of the Bad Deal.” Sojourners. December 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Five things I’ve learned about religious persecution in the Middle East.” Do Justice. November 11, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Setting the record straight on Christian Zionism.” Forward. August 29, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Evangelicals for and against Trump.” The Washington Post. August 22, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “A true peace plan will be known by its fruit.” The Christian Citizen. August 2, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Denied and Deported: Love and marriage in the Palestinian territories.” Religion News Service. May 30, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Blessed are the Peacemakers, but what about the Troublemakers?” The Christian Citizen. May 14, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Israelis Have Some Serious Decisions to Make.” Middle East Monitor. April 3, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Anti-Semitism versus Legitimate Criticism of the State of Israel.” Religion News Service. March 7, 2019.


Cannon, Mae Elise and Philippe Nassif, K.A. Ellis. “As Christians, We Call for Change is the U.S.-Saudi Arabia Relationship.” The Crux & The Call. November 20, 2018.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “The Demand for Urgent Action.” Bright Stars of Bethlehem. September 2018.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Trump Is Putting American Lives in Danger by Inflaming Anti-American Sentiment in the Mideast.” Haaretz. May 27, 2018.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “History in the making: the tearing apart of Jerusalem.” Do Justice. May 25, 2018.


Cannon, Mae Elise, Imam Yahya Hendi, and Debra Shushan. “As Trump and Netanyahu Meet, Our Plea as Interfaith Leaders: Stop Boosting the Proponents of a Religious War.” Haaretz. March 5, 2018.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Dear Secretary Tillerson: Don’t Downsize Religion in Foreign Affairs.” Christianity Today. September 15, 2017.


Cannon, Mae Elise and Jessica Hill. “Life Inside the Gaza Blockade.” Sojourners. July 2017.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Lights for Gaza & the Darkness of Lent.” Huffington Post. March 22, 2017.


Cannon, Mae Elise. ‘A Church Under Siege: In Syria and throughout the Middle East, Christians Have Remained Faithful in the Face of Violence and even Genocide.” Sojourners. February 2017.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Encompassing the Whole Of Life.” Englewood Review of Books. Vol 6. No. 2 (Fall 2016): 20-21.


Morgan, Timothy C. and Mae Elise Cannon. “Strike Ends After 27 Days, Christian Schools in Israel Reopen.” Christianity Today. September 28, 2015.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Evangelicals Reject Anti-Muslim Hatred.” Huffington Post. October 29, 2015.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Bethlehem Bible College Joins Ecumenical Gathering of Peace” Huffington Post. September 24, 2015.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Charleston: 5 Things White Christians Can Do in Solidarity With Our Brothers and Sisters of Color” Huffington Post. June 23, 2015.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Arizona Mosque: Why do you Hate Us?” Huffington Post. June 10, 2015.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Christian Women: Gifted to Lead.” Huffington Post. May 25, 2015.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Reflections on Selma.” Huffington Post. March 28, 2015.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Religious Persecution: The Tide of the 21st Century?” Huffington Post. November 30, 2014.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Lament and Confess: Forgive Us Michael Brown.” Huffington Post. November 22, 2014.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "What I Learned From Herman  Wallace: Black Panther, Political Prisoner,  and Friend." Huffington Post. November 3, 2013.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Holy Fire: Egyptian Christians Worship in Joy and Expectation." Huffington Post. October 3, 2013. christians_b_4034059.html?utm_hp_ref=tw.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Why White Evangelical Churches Don't Wear Hoodies." Huffington Post. August 2, 2013.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "A Stone's Throw from Prison: Child Detentions in the Palestinian territories.” Prism. Vol. 19. No. 2 (March-April 2012): 23-27.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “A Revolution Unites: Will Interfaith Harmony Be Part of the Liberation of Egypt’s People.” Prism. Vol.18. No. 3 (May-June 2011): 20-23; 44.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Deep Justice and Gender.” Arise. Christians for Biblical Equality. May 13, 2010.


Cannon, Mae Elise. "Making a Difference: Besieged by Hope." Prism. Vol. 16. No. 6 (November-December 2009): 7.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Three Decades Later: Credentialed Clergywomen in the Covenant (1997-2007)." Covenant Quarterly. Vol. LXVII. No. 2 (May 2009): 45-55.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Trading Knives for a Double-Edged Sword: Inmates at Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola train to be prison missionaries.” Prism. Vol. 16. No. 1 (January-February 2009): 12-16.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Chicago Public Schools: The Growing Divide in Equal Education.” Hands On. North Park University (February 2008).


Cannon, Mae Elise. “Who Will Defend the Widows? The growing costs of long-term healthcare in the United States and why women are bearing the biggest burden.” Prism. Vol. 14. No. 6. (November-December 2007): 17-20.


Cannon, Mae Elise. “(All) the Good News.” Prism. Vol. 14. No. 1 (January-February 2007).

Fisk, Mae Elise Cannon. “The New Baby Boom: A Look at the Growing and Morally Complicated World of In Vitro Fertilization.” Covenant Companion (October 2004): 10-11, 33.

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