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January/February 2015
The inner life of an 18th-century Protestant capitalist.
Mrs. Humphry Ward’s “Robert Elsmere.”
A genially revisionist biography.
A truth-telling memoir.
The story of a marriage.
A curiously selective look at evangelicals and sex.
Automation and human responsibility.
George Whitefield sans hagiography.
Whitefield’s place in American history.
Citizens of this world—and of the New Jerusalem.
A 1st-century Christian and a 9th-century church in Rome.
Reading Tomáš Halík.
Pandora’s, that is.
The genius of Bernstein’s theater scores.
Jeremy Begbie’s “essays in listening.”
The religion of calculation.
Extinction in progress.
On Thomas Malthus.
Formidable Hannah More.
Clutching at any appearance of control.
Here is living that we recognize.
When a poem is “too clear, you see nothing.”
And the year that changed his course.
Milton and his “epic to end all epics.”
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