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July/August 2014
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On epistemic charity.
On violence against Christians.
The cult of "the North American martyrs."
Modernism and endless revision.
The lost history of philology.
The life and legacy of Louis Armstrong.
The lost world of popular jazz.
Raising a child with Down syndome.
The social lives of networked teens.
A caregiver's unvarnished chronicle.
Living the liturgical year.
Sara Miles and "Ashes to Go."
Biblical interpretation and the "rule of faith."
Christianity in the British public sphere.
Christopher Beha and William Giraldi.
On Jonathan Swift.
A would-be biographer becomes a friend.
Dennis O'Driscoll, taxman and poet.
A model for public intellectuals.
Emily Gould's tribute to friendship.
18th-century Northampton, reanimated.
Honolulu style.
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