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Books & Culture Archives
May/June 2001
How medieval stories about desecrating the Eucharist were used to justify the murder of Jews.
Native American novelist and poet Diane Glancy writes by listening.
Science is always entangled in the particulars of a time and place.
Evangelical Protestants and the 2000 election.
Why do so many recent Chinese films feature strong women?
Evangelicalism flourishes. But can it overcome the inner contradictions brought about by its success?
A conversation with missiologist Andrew Walls.
The rise and fall of the King James Bible.
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