2005
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Preston Jones
Perhaps war really is hell.
Preston Jones
If Latin died in our mouths, we'd just stop talking.
D. S. Martin
The first new book of poems in almost twenty years from Rod Jellema.
John Wilson
The Ascension has been forgotten in many Protestant churches, jettisoning an essential part of the Christian story.
Rachel DiCarlo
Bedtime stories for grown-ups.
Elissa Elliott
A journey to Mount Athos.
Nathan Bierma
Two sharply contrasting perspectives on Bible translation.
John Wilson
A report on Baylor's Art & Soul conference, version 2005.
Matthew Simpson
Religion is really, really bad for you.
Larry Schweiger
An impassioned plea on behalf of the "caribou people" in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the land they have inhabited for nearly 20,000 years.
Agnieszka Tennant
How a chronic pain sufferer found a little bit of strength in a lot of weakness.
Andrew Wilson
A powerful autobiographical work from a prizewinning creator of comics in France.
Michael R. Stevens
The 2005 Spring Training preview.
Jeremy Lott
The case for intuitive judgment.
Elissa Elliott
A history of the American movie industry.
Rachel DiCarlo
Set in Mexico, Anita Desai's latest novel is a compact but multilayered tale of pilgrimage.
Nathan Bierma
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Yellow Dog, reviewed by Philip Christman
John Gardner, Martin Amis, and the ethics of the novel.
Nathan Bierma
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John Wilson
The conclusion of our seasonal roundup—and, at last, truly, this time we mean it, The Worst Book of the Year.
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