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Close Call
A new Liz Carlyle novel from Stella Rimington.
Coming Attractions for 2014, Part 5
The Girl Next Door.
Celebrating Muriel Spark
A volume of her essays and a collection in her honor.
Reading a Different Story
A Christian scholar’s journey from America to Africa.
Futureville
The way we see the future shapes our choices today.
Coming Attractions for 2014, Part 3
Emily St. John Mandel’s “Station Eleven.”
Love & Treasure
Ayelet Waldman’s powerful new novel.
I Beg to Differ
Navigating Difficult Conversations with Truth and Love.
Saturday Is for Funerals
Previewing the May/June issue.
Coming Attractions for 2014, Part 2
John Pattison and C. Christopher Smith: “Slow Church.”
The Longest Battle of the Great War
Some highlights from our March/April issue.
Seven Grams of Lead
Eavesdropping, e-bombs, and more: a smart, fast-paced thriller.
What Makes This Book So Great
Jo Walton on sci-fi and fantasy.
The Boy Detective
Roger Rosenblatt, on the case.
“How Do You Decide What Books to Review?”
It’s very subjective.
Bleeding Edge
Previewing the Jan/Feb issue.
C. S. Lewis and the Arts
A standout amid the outpouring of books on Lewis.
Podcast: Coming Attractions for 2014, Part 1
George Marsden on “The Twilight of the American Enlightenment.”
Hailstone Mountain
A tale set in Norway shortly after AD 1000.
The Breakfast of Champions
Previewing the November/December issue of B&C.
Christ Across the Disciplines
An outstanding collection of essays.
Coming Attractions for 2013, Part 4
A book of poems by Eugene Peterson.
Coming Attractions for 2013, Part 3
Andy Crouch on redeeming the gift of power.
Busy Day Busy People
Previewing the September/October issue of B&C.
A New Look for Image
With the same great content as always.
Global Christian Higher Ed / Reforming the Church's Music
The Summer 2013 issue of Christian Scholar’s Review.
In the Kettle, the Shriek
Hannah Stephenson’s first book of poems.
A Concise Guide to Bible Prophecy
Stan Guthrie’s helpful survey.
Three Children’s Books
Crayons, lights, and the boyhood of poet Pablo Neruda.
A Giant Lit Section—and More
Previewing the July/August issue.
The Incomparable Frederica Mathewes-Green
The history of Books & Culture through one writer.
The Best of the Best American Poetry
100 poems from 25 years of the annual anthology.
A Man Without Breath
Philip Kerr’s new novel centers on the Katyn massacre.
Coming Attractions for 2013, Part 1
Worship/Hilarity & Horror/YA Fiction
Comment Magazine
A splendid theme-issue on persuasion.
Love Is Stronger Than Debt
Previewing the May/June issue.
The Skeptical Believer
Telling stories to your “Inner Atheist.”
Recovering Classic Evangelicalism
The exemplary work of Carl F. H. Henry.
The World Is Not Ours to Save
Finding the freedom to do good.
The Whiteness of the Whale
David Poyer’s homage to Melville is a thriller with a twist.
Standing in Another Man's Grave
The return of John Rebus.
Death of Yesterday
Hamish Macbeth is in good form.
Booked
A memoir via encounters with formative books.
Touring the Cosmos
A preview of the March/April issue.
Within This Tree of Bones
New and selected poems by the late Robert Siegel.
The Ralph D. Winter Story
A vivid portrait of a visionary leader.
Las Sombras / The Shadows
Kate Breakey’s haunting “photograms.”
The Routledge Companion to Theism
Better than “Chicken Soup for the Soul.”
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