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September/October 2015
Early Christian-Muslim encounters.
British converts, 1850-1950.
Missionary shipwreck.
Or, In Praise of Small Acts.
A quietly powerful memoir.
Unintended consequences.
A conversation with Shirley Mullen.
Calling a halt before the theological riddle is solved.
Yeti, Nessie, et al.
Steven Weinberg on modern science.
Liberal evangelicalism: a case study.
The case for "reclaiming" Pietism.
Moody Bible Institute and corporate evangelicalism.
A first-rate history of Baptists in America.
A Wheaton freshman, 40+ years ago.
On Les Murray.
Helen Vendler's idolatry.
"Language under pressure."
Wisława Szymborska, reluctant Nobel Laureate.
An exercise in the dominant period style.
A conversation with Christian Wiman.
On Anders Breivik.
Her name is Kenya.
The stories of Joy Williams.
On Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Isaac Babel's virtuosity.
Reading "The Master and Margarita" for the first time.
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