July/August 2016
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Alissa Wilkinson
How Hamilton reimagines the Founding.
Richard J. Mouw
Buckley, Mailer, and Herman Hoeksema.
Rachel Marie Stone
The modest but stifled ambitions of Julia Ward Howe.
Allen C. Guelzo
"Cheerful agnosticism"?
Sarah Ruden
The crucifixion and resurrection changed everything.
William T. Cavanaugh
Evolutionary violence and the Fall.
Paul Emory Putz
Christianity and the labor movement in Chicago.
Heath W. Carter
Reagan and the US in the 1980s.
Grant Wacker
On George Marsden.
Justin Taylor
From David Bebbington to David Barton.
Peter J. Thuesen
A history of the American Bible Society.
Gary Anderson
“Anyone who gives alms to the poor is lending to the Lord.”
Amy L. B. Peeler
Three commentaries on Philippians.
Wesley Hill
Francis Watson on the "fourfold Gospel."
Daniel J. Treier
Katherine Sonderegger’s doctrine of God.
Roy Anker
Malick, catching the soul in motion.
Peter T. Chattaway
"Risen" + "Hail, Caesar!"
Alan Jacobs
Education as "character-forming."
Gina Ochsner and Paula Huston
A conversation between novelists.
Sørina Higgins.
The practice of creative collaboration.
Timothy Larsen.
John Henry Newman as novelist.
Jordan J. Ballor
“There is nothing free except the Grace of God.”
Stranger In A Strange Land: Joseph Loconte
Anne Doe-Overstreet
Laurie Klein
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