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November/December 2008
Was the 1958 horror flick created to advance the agenda of a Christian fundamentalist cabal close to the dark heart of American power?
A prescient satire by novelist Christopher Buckley.
Looking for Adam's ancestors.
Stingy Christians in an age of opulence.
God and mammon in 19th-century America.
Missing pages from church history.
Another angle on Reconstruction.
How not to think about morality in the international relations.
The improbable life of Florence Nightingale.
William James, Alfred Kazin, and the fate of post-Christian Protestantism.
100 Years of The Christian Century.
If you haven't seen the 2006 film, catch up with it now.
Given, lost, regained.
We know what's best.
A reissued Reinhold Niebuhr classic sheds light on current follies.
The new novel by Nobel Prize-winner Jose Saramago.
With the Polish poet Adam Zagajewski.
Pluralism side-by-side with the Inquisition.
A champion of national self-determination and worldwide democracy.
The story of DuPont, first in French, then in English.
Celebrating the centenary of composer Olivier Messiaen.
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