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Philip Yancey
Knowing God is something like knowing other people. But it is also quite different.
Martin Gardner
Revisiting Chesterton's masterpiece.
E. John Walford
E. John Walford
David N. Livingstone
Mapping the geography of the sacred.
John Suppe
Lionel Basney
Crystal Downing
Alan Jacobs
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, impresario of modernity.
Richard Carwardine
C. Stephen Evans and Gail Gunst Heffner
Eugene Rivers on faith-based urban ministry, the black church, and the "sexual holocaust" in Africa.
Stewart Davenport and Wiebe Boer
Antislavery, evangelicalism, and the "American factor" in West Africa.
Chandra S. Mallampalli
Is conversion more about this world than the next?
Tim Stafford
From all-male saloons to cocktail lounges for everyone.
David Hempton
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