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Books & Culture Archives
January/February 2016
The offense of unrepentant chastity.
Never mind nominalism: look to the bishops & lawyers.
The sanctity of personal worldview choice.
A new study focuses on African Americans and Latinos.
Not least for his medicinal efficacy.
Unapologetic Canadianness keeps the conversation lively.
New beginnings for Catholic-Jewish relations.
The disruptive Christ-event.
What God's gift entails.
How Thatcherite privatization has played out.
Note: the Church has been working on this project for centuries.
Distinguishing speculation from historical fact.
South Africa's prospects.
The world as Joan Didion sees it.
On Jeanne Murray Walker.
A memoir in fragments.
How to get away without setting off alarms.
Surfin' safari.
Trevor Hart's theology of art.
Recalling the work of Hildreth Meière.
Joel Sheesley's "Lincoln Marsh Journal."
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