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Books & Culture Archives
May/June 2005
Moral geography.
The curious and instructive pilgrimage of Orestes Augustus Brownson.
The remarkable story of a former slave sheds light on the origins of African American Christianity.
Attentive listening.
Catholics and contraception.
Lemuria and other lost Edens.
Hoping that all will be saved.
My son's nightmare saved my life—and revived his soul.
Mercy killing at the movies.
A different way to be Christian in America.
The stories of Joy Williams.
Looking for God at the cineplex.
A history of the afterlife.
Bonhoeffer and just war.
No, chastity isn't archaic.
Apologetics for our time.
So says philosopher Simon Blackburn.
A Pietist with a Ph.D.: Remembering Stanley J. Grenz
Historical perspectives on worship.
What the Academy Award nominees for Best Picture tell us about ourselves.
On the exemplary fate of Nonconformity in Wales.
Trotsky and St. Benedict
She gambled and lost.
Do we need Christian sex manuals?
There's hope for higher ed.
Where to find the total work of art.
But you have to earn it.
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