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Books & Culture Archives
March/April 2008
On Francis Schaeffer, Frank Schaeffer, and Crazy for God.
Bob Dylan and Jesse James
Krista Tippett, Speaking of Faith.
A visit to Branson.
Historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich raises eyebrows, demurely.
A Christian scholar at work.
Oliver Sacks investigates.
Burt Williams, Stagolee, and Jim Crow.
The Lincoln-Douglas debates.
The background and afterlife of the Gettysburg Address.
Churchill's troublesome young men.
The hidden meaning of the Chronicles of Narnia.
A prizewinning novel from Norway.
Designed for walking.
The poetic friendship of Wordsworth and Coleridge.
What are we looking for?
Mark Noll on the Civil War as a theological crisis.
The Civil War Letters of Joseph Hopkins Twichell.
Why the Civil War was fought, and how it changed American death.
Max Weber was wrong about disenchantment.
Charismatic Christians in Venezuela and Ghana.
How alchemy contributed to the emergence of modern science.
A conversation with poet Stephen Dunn.
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