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Jonathon Kahn
Is modernity a Jewish creation?
Nathaniel Taylor
Harvard is Harvard. Bethel is the it school for Baptist General Conference diehards.
Mark Galli
Golfers don't want to be better people. They want to be better golfers.
Allen Guelzo
A closer look at the Christian college boom.
Catherine and Andy Crouch
John Polkinghorne's Trinitarian reality.
Marilyn Chandler McEntyre
Mark Noll and Carolyn Nystrom
Well, if you have to ask …
Lauren F. Winner
The spiritual theology of Eugene Peterson.
Betty Smartt Carter
Two novels about finding—or failing to find—a structure of meaning in the mess and confusion of our lives.
James L. Guth, Lyman A. Kellstedt, John C. Green, and Corwin E. Smidt
Religion and the Bush Doctrine.
John Wilson
Eugene McCarraher
Meet Mark C. Taylor, the virtuoso of Nietzschean boosterism.
John Utz
Sherlock Holmes returns—again.
Karl W. Giberson
The science of love.
Donald A. Yerxa
Taking the long view.
Robert L. Millet
The memoir of a disaffected Mormon.
Andrew P. Morriss
On misdiagnosing the problem.
Mark Packer
Collective memory personalized.
the Archives: John Copeland Nagle
An environmental history of China.
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