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Books & Culture Archives
November/December 2014
"By good and necessary consequence."
Rethinking persecution and martyrdom in the early church.
The early Arab conquests and the rise of Islam.
“This is true religion.”
Sarah Coakley on sex, desire, and the Trinity.
Manhood anatomized.
Doing what we’re created to do.
Stephen Meyer’s case for intelligent design.
Debating evolution at Princeton, 1845-1929.
On John LaFarge.
In search of intelligible nerdiness.
The front-runner assessed.
For your own good, of course.
But what else could you expect from “traditional beliefs”?
A profile of Alf Kjetil Walgermo.
The poetry of Aaron Belz.
David Mitchell thinks larger.
The saddest story, again.
Our first African American Poet Laureate.
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