March/April 2015
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Tom Shippey
The Peasants' Revolt of 1381.
Daniel Walker Howe
Louisa Catherine, that is.
Rachel Marie Stone
A memoir by the author of 'Jacob Have I Loved'.
D. L. Mayfield
A prison chaplain's journey.
Joseph Bottum
A great metaphysical drama played out on the world's stage.
John G. Turner
From "Damned Nation" to "American Apocalypse."
Elesha Coffman
Bestsellers of liberal American religion.
Mark Noll
Two stories about American evangelicals.
Joseph Crespino
A trilogy on religious and political conservatism in modern America.
Jerry Pattengale
The Macedonian ascendancy.
Terry C. Muck
The story of a great story.
Harry Lee Poe
Giving a great American poet his due.
Alan Jacobs
How Italo Calvino created a new genre of fiction.
Jeanne Murray Walker
In our solitary journeys to the interior we are not alone.
Kenneth Chong
Much of what we think is new is old.
Joshua P. Hochschild
A "biography" of Thomas Aquinas's masterwork.
Otto Selles
Rediscovering an idiosyncratic classic.
Jamie Friedman and Alister Chapman
The powerful voice of He-Yin Zhen.
Tania Runyan
The poetry of Ted Kooser: plainspoken, not plain.
Stranger in a Strange Land: Peter T. Chattaway
Gary Hotham
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