May/June 2015
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Timothy Larsen
Starring Bob Hope.
Rachel Marie Stone
An invitation to sacramental wonder.
Sarah Ruden
On Augustine and the peculiarities of academic publishing.
James Calvin Schaap
Bringing Christ to the Zuni—and to churchgoers back home.
Richard A. Bailey
"A seminary for the education of heathen youth."
Lauren F. Winner
In early America, stepfamilies were everywhere.
Anna Sutherland
How growing income gaps shape relationships.
Scot McKnight
Richard Hays on figural Christology.
Todd C. Ream
Teachers, the public, and educational reform.
Perry L. Glanzer
The pathologies of élite education.
Michael Toscano
The moral imagination of Hayao Miyazaki.
Noah Toly
Failing to account for the agency of the marginalized.
Michael Ledger-Lomas
A tale of ten cities.
Alan Jacobs
Revisiting the "Biographia Literaria."
Philip Jenkins
James Hogg's enigmatic masterpiece.
Martyn Wendell Jones
Glimpses of something sinister, overwhelming—and often quite funny.
Victor LaValle
A well-chosen selection of classic horror stories.
Alissa Wilkinson
On David Foster Wallace.
Paul Willis
Rupert Brooke and the chain of memory.
Stranger in a Strange Land: Ric Machuga
Luci Shaw
Paul Willis
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