Suspicious Packages
Michael Robbins

I would like to commend myself for not beginning this review with "Aaron Belz is da bomb." And I think you, reader, should commend ...

All Our Names10.29.14
Catherine Hervey

Dinaw Mengestu retreads some familiar territory in his latest novel, All Our Names. He has always made his thematic home in the immigrant experience ...

Juicers, Cheaters, and Men Who Hate Hillary10.17.14
Andrea Palpant Dilley

In the mid 1990s, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Susan Faludi launched an investigation of American masculinity for a book called Stiffed: ...

Foundation and Empire10.17.14
Philip Jenkins

Beginning in the 1940s, Isaac Asimov created with his Foundation series an enduring classic of science fiction. He depicted the development ...

The Noah Sphinx08.20.14
Timothy Larsen

I have never attended a séance, but from what I have read they seem to consist largely of interrogating the deceased. As this is odd ...

A Prophet with Attitude08.20.14
LaVonne Neff

Many decades ago my six-year-old daughter Heidi came home from church and announced, "I'm not going back to Sabbath school ever ...

"An Agile Absence on the Air"08.20.14
Jane Zwart

Here is an abridged version of Christian Wiman's resume: He edited the magazine Poetry for a decade. He has authored four books of verse: ...

Your Fathers, Where Are They? And the Prophets, Do They Live Forever?10.21.14
Charles Carman

Literature elaborates on the exclamations of human life. The cry of pain, of joy. The confession of love. The confession of murder. It has ...

the other journal10.20.14
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In Buechnerland02.04.08
John Wilson

Editor's Note: On October 10, 2014, W. Dale Brown—founder and director of the Buechner Institute at King University (formerly King ...

Shouts from Beneath the Burqa08.20.14
Interview by Katelyn Beaty

I am shouting but you don't answer—

One day you'll look for me and I'll be gone from this world.

Such was the landay—a ...

Game of Shadows10.14.14
John Wilson

Have you noticed that—very often—when people talk about certain subjects that are especially close to your heart, you find yourself ...

Missions and Modernity in Colonial Africa08.20.14
David Hoekema

What was the relationship between Christian missions and European colonialism in West Africa? For decades Western and African historians ...

Filling the Void08.20.14
Catherine Hervey

Acclaimed South African novelist and playwright Zakes Mda's Sometimes There Is a Void: Memoirs of an Outsider begins in ruins. He is ...

A Romantic Racial Identity08.20.14
Lena Hill

Booker T. Washington received a congratulatory telegram from W. E. B. Du Bois shortly after he delivered his speech at the 1895 Atlanta Cotton ...

An African Jesus08.20.14
Peter T. Chattaway

The story of Jesus has become so familiar to us that we sometimes fail to grasp just how shocking, disturbing, or ultimately motivating it ...

Putting the Newspaper in Its Place08.20.14
David J. Davis

"What news, my lord?" This is Horatio's first question to the prince of Denmark after Hamlet has seen his father's ghost. ...

God's Wider Presence09.30.14
Brett Beasley

Many Wednesday nights as the youth group service drew to a close, my palms would begin to sweat. I could sense what was coming. Perhaps I ...

"Now Everything Is Easy Cause of You?"08.20.14
Sarah Ruden

I have given up mentoring as an "established" writer, with six backlisted books and growing but not exploding sales. I no longer ...

Letter from the Editor08.20.14

In the fiction section of our splendid Wheaton Public Library, the Grim Reaper is moving through the Bs. The evidence is on the library's ...

Signs of God's Faithfulness08.20.14
Interview by Todd C. Ream

Richard Mouw, Alvin Plantinga, Nicholas Wolterstorff, and George Marsden are just four scholars among many who spent their most formative ...

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