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Books & Culture Archives
September/October 2010
Modest progress on science-and-religion.
A southern Bible college in the 1960s.
Cross-cultural studies of “biblicism.”
Theological interpretation of Scripture.
A conversation with classicist Sarah Ruden.
Iconography during the Soviet era.
The first millennium of singers in the Christian West.
On the films of Terrence Malick.
The modernists' fascination with Knossos.
An irreducible complexity.
What Reinhold Niebuhr, Billy Graham, and Paul Tillich had in common.
Michael Sandel’s understanding of justice.
Lady Jane Grey and her sisters.
A master historian’s summing up of World War II.
Clergy and politics in the United States: new trends.
Letter-writing in the 18th century.
John Keats’ letters to Fanny Brawne.
A guide to navigating the postcolonial world.
Tamed by Venus.
A lost novel by Donald Westlake.
A parable for our times.
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