Aron Engberg

Universitetslektor i religionsvetenskap
Avdelningen för natur och samhälle , Högskolan för lärande och kommunikation

Född 1980, Filosofie doktor i Global Kristendom och Interreligiösa relationer (2016), Lunds Universitet.


Engberg, A. (2019). Materializing the Bible Journal of Heritage Tourism, 14(1), 83-84. More information
Engberg, A. (2012). Evangelicalism in the interspaces: The construction of Judeo-Christian identity in a Messianic community in Jerusalem , 100:3, s. 263-263(3), 263-281. More information


Engberg, A. (2019). Walking on the pages of the word of God: Self, land, and text among evangelical volunteers in Jerusalem. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers More information


Engberg, A. (2016). Walking on the pages of the word of God: Self, land, and text among evangelical volunteers in Jerusalem (Doctoral thesis, Lund: Lund University). More information


Engberg, A. (2016). Evangelical Volunteers in Israel as Long-Term Pilgrims: Ambassadors for the Kingdom. In: M. Leppäkari & K. A. Griffin (Ed.), Pilgrimage and Tourism to Holy Cities: Ideological and Management Perspectives (pp. 161 -174). Wallingford: CABI Publishing More information
Engberg, A. (2014). 'A Fool for Christ': Sense-Making and Negotiation of Identity in the Life Story of a Christian Soldier. In: G. Gunner & R. O. Smith (Ed.), Comprehending Christian Zionism: perspectives in comparison (pp. 33 -59). Minneapolis: Fortress Press More information


Engberg, A. (2023). Becoming Jewish, Believing in Jesus: Judaizing Evangelicals in Brazil. More information
Engberg, A. (2022). American Evangelicals: Conflicted on Islam. More information
Engberg, A. (2021). White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity. More information
Engberg, A. (2014). Book review: Hillary Kaell, Walking Where Jesus Walked - American Christians and Holy Land Pilgrimage. More information
Engberg, A. (2011). Book review: Phillip L. Hammack, Narrative and the Politics of Identity. More information


Engberg, A. (2011). Life Stories and Christian Zionist Ideology: A Theoretical Outline of How to Capture the Interplay between Individual and Ideology. Working with Stories: Narrative as a Meeting Place for Theory, Analysis and Practice, The University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Danmark, 9-11 March, 2011. More information