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Harry S. Stout
The Civil War and the creation of an American civil religion
Mark Noll
What's worth celebrating in Gods and Generals—and what's not
David Rolfs
The religious world of Civil War soldiers
Richard Carwardine
Two Views of Lincoln
Grant Wacker
Donald A. Yerxa
A conversation with historian Jay Winik
Roger Lundin
A discovery that altered the course of the war
John West
The book that started the Civil War.
Tim Stafford
Do we know this country too well?
Preston Jones
Land of happy slaves and gracious masters.
Laura L. Mitchell
Slavery and the biblical curse of Ham.
Allen C. Guelzo
Emancipation reconsidered
Crawford Gribben
It's not easy to say something new about the end of the world
J. Bottum
Gogol and the making of Russian literature
Robert Siegel
A murderous saint's life
Garrett Brown
A new doubting Thomas finds few answers
Douglas Groothuis
Looking for fissures in establishment atheist philosophy
Betty Smartt Carter
The restless journey of a Holocaust descendant
Stan Guthrie
The need for a critical mass in the Fourth Estate
Peter T. Chattaway
The moral messages and political overtones of war films
Gary Burge
Nathan Bierma
Marketing to teens and tweens
Jean Bethke Elshtain
The Dissenters Club
John Wilson
Remembering Carol Thiessen
Marly Youmans
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