2003
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John Wilson
Plus: What to buy with those gift cards, and some of the books in my to-read stacks.
Nathan Bierma
The Books & Culture Weblog
John Wilson
Plus: The Worst Book of the Year, more good reading, digital books, and a little Christmas music.
John Wilson
We continue our annual roundup of noteworthy books.
Nathan Bierma
The Books & Culture Weblog
John Wilson
We begin our annual roundup.
Steve Thorngate
Read this unconventional collection of sermons and judge for yourself.
Nathan Bierma
The Books & Culture Weblog
Nathan Bierma
In City: Urbanism and Its End, a new history of New Haven, Connecticut, the city (in its late 19th-century form) is an ambiguous heaven and the suburbs that relentlessly followed are hell. Which leaves us where, exactly?
D.S. Martin
A poet's voice in the evangelical wilderness.
Nathan Bierma
The Books & Culture Weblog
Betty Smartt Carter
New novels by Michael Morris—whose first novel, A Place Called Wiregrass, was a word-of-mouth hit—and Jan Karon, who continues her beloved Mitford saga.
Nathan Bierma
The Books & Culture Weblog
Albert Louis Zambone
Two inside reports.
Nathan Bierma
The Books & Culture Weblog
John Wilson
PBS creates a Doctor Zhivago for our time—and entirely omits the (unorthodox) Christianity that informs the novel from start to finish.
Ragan Sutterfield
Soil and the future of creation.
Nathan Bierma
The Books & Culture Weblog
John Wilson
The 2003 baseball season concludes with a bang—and 2004 is just around the corner.
Preston Jones
An Imperfect God examines George Washington and slavery.
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