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John McWhorter
The metamorphosis of the American musical.
Philip Jenkins
Why did so many American churches embrace eugenics?
Kenneth M. Startup
La Cession de la Louisiane and the price of national greatness.
Preston Jones
Sinister, extraordinary—the paradoxes of a founding father.
Sue A. Rozeboom
God's weightiness in worship.
Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
The lessons of the civil rights movement turn out to be quite alien to liberal pieties.
A.G. Harmon
An art restorer in search of a person restorer.
Scot McKnight
Is there such a thing as too much mercy?
Albert Louis Zambone
Marjorie Reeves, 1905-2003
Jean Bethke Elshtain
Gandhi unvarnished.
Peter T. Chattaway
Vengeance is ours, saith Hollywood.
Bruce Kuklick
Confession without remorse.
John G. Stackhouse, Jr.
Locke and Reid as our epistemological forebears.
Andy Crouch
On the trail of faith and writing.
Lauren F. Winner
I should not talk so much about myself if there were any body else whom I knew as well.
Virginia Stem Owens
Intimidating doctors, aging and confused parents, and the loss of personhood.
Amy L. Sherman
The community-serving activities of Hispanic Protestant churches.
Allen C. Guelzo
Why anti-Americanism thrives.
John Wilson
David Hempton
Mark Noll delivers the first installment of a five-volume, multiauthor history of evangelicalism.
Jeet Heer
The Jesuit scholar Walter Ong studied the evolution of human consciousness via the history of communication.
John Leax
Meet the Amazing Half Man Half Pig
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