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LaVonne Neff
The untold aftermath of a once-famous crime.
Karl W. Giberson
Isaac Newton with contradictions intact.
Todd C. Ream
A conversation with Mark Noll.
Naomi Haynes
Church conflict in Papua New Guinea.
Peter T. Chattaway
The many lives of "Ben-Hur."
Collin Hansen
Who measures up?
Alister Chapman
A robustly counter-revisionist history of England.
Michael Ledger-Lomas
Heroic failure often masked ruthlessness.
Craig Mattson
On podcasting.
Cara Meredith
Racist killing down in Mississippi.
Sarah Ruden
Lincoln and the Emancipation Proclamation.
John H. McWhorter
Charles Taylor on the distinctiveness of human language.
Joel Heng Hartse
How and why languages differ.
Bryan McGraw
"Cultural pluralism" and its prospects.
Jane Zwart
A conversation with Zadie Smith.
Christina Bieber Lake
Don DeLillo and the yearning for transcendence.
Alan Jacobs
Auden's late prose.
Betty Smartt Carter
A Russian monk's quest.
Rachel Marie Stone
The story of a woman giving birth.
Mark Walhout
Some of the stories may even be true.
Marci Rae Johnson
Apocalyptic fiction with a difference.
Jessica Hooten Wilson
On "hidden" faith.
Stranger in a Strange Land: Virginia Stem Owens
Marly Youmans
Luci Shaw
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