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Frederica Mathewes-Green
Jean Bethke Elshtain
In an entirely free market, nothing is sacred.
Vigen Guroian
It's not so easy getting over woodenness.
Michael Cromartie
Why the U.S. Constitution is like the blues, and other observations, opinions, and animadversions from Stanley Crouch.
Alan Jacobs
Bob Dylan, reluctant prophet.
Lauren F. Winner
Form and content in the study of American religion.
Phillip E. Johnson
Stefan Ulstein
James A Mathisen
Edward E. Ericson, JR.
Rooting for the overdog does not build character.
Ethan Casey
Detroit baseball's morality tale.
Richard J. Mouw
Who is more Machiavellian? A new book argues that Niccolo is actually virtuous—so Dilbert's sidekick wins again.
Donald Hettinga
The unique spiritual pilgrimage of Madeleine L'Engle.
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