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Books & Culture Archives
September/October 2003
Salt, Light,and Affirmative Action
Two Arab poets-one Palestinian, the other Iraqi- and the vicissitudes of exile and translation
The consolations of frontier religion
How can you tell a prophet from a fruitcake? (Hint: If you're instructed to murder someone, be skeptical)
Apologetics and the personal heresy
Karl Barth, postmodernity, and evangelical theology
A conversation with Jean Bethke Elshtain
An epidemic of anger at the cineplex
Retelling the gospel in a new rock opera
Making good choices in an era of liturgical change
The precarious life and hard times of religion in the university
Ecomonics and the secular faith in progress
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