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Timothy Larsen
Save the last dance for me
Stephen N. Williams
Toward a trinitarian theology of atonement
John Wilson
Jeremy Lott
William F. Buckley's long farewell
Andrew P. Morriss
Tying the two together in fiction and nonfiction
Peter T. Chattaway
Movies and memory.
Nathan Bierma
The greatly exaggerated demise of an American institution
John Powell
Gladstone's religion
Lauren F. Winner
New light on Heloise and Abelard
Marly Youmans
for Makoto Fujimura
John Shaw
Margaret Bendroth
The Groves of Academe
Marly Youmans
Holly Lebowitz-Rossi
Folk artist Richard Shindell sees big stories in small moments
Thomas Albert Howard
How old is historicism?
Charles Marsh
The anchor of King's dream
Mary Noll Venables
And what the church has to do with it
Andy Crouch
... Charlie Brown, Tony Soprano, and other unlikely spiritual guides
Michael R. Stevens
In love with nature, haunted by madness
Carla Barnhill
Desperate housewives
Ronald J. Sider
Why don't Christians live what they preach?
Michael Cromartie
A conversation with Christian Smith
Luci Shaw
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