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Books & Culture Archives
January/February 2007
The origins of Irish sectarianism.
Resurrection hope.
Studying Christian spirituality.
How 19th c. Protestants appropriated Catholic forms in the Gothic Revival.
A smart way to reduce carbon emissions.
The place of women in the redemptive community.
Mexico's Day of the Dead and the ambiguities of "tradition."
Turning point in the Pacific War.
Three views (including former President Carter's).
A look at the 2004 presidential campaign.
Richard Hofstadter and scholarly fashion.
The theology of a comic strip.
The ambiguous legacy of William Jennings Bryan.
Seeing through the eyes of Palestinians.
Nerve gas and other unconventional weapons.
Spiritualism surveyed.
Mistakes were made.
How should we address him?
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