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Books & Culture Archives
January/February 2010
Justice and grace.
From 1789 to 1815, in Gordon Wood's telling.
Samuel Johnson and the power of sympathy.
Situating The Shack in a Christian literary landscape.
World Christianity and American churches.
Conflicting reports.
Three fresh angles on religion in the American South.
Robert Burns, biographied.
The bounty of the "Dinosaur Renaissance."
Intimations of the divine in a well-executed screen pass.
A Jewish track star of the early 20th century.
Jonathan Edwards and American culture.
Back to the fray with E.D. Hirsch.
Modern Italy through one writer's complicated life.
The fate of secularism.
Human, all too human.
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