2005
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John Wilson
Books for the eye.
Kevin Timpe
Why I didn't like the hymns and praise songs we were singing—and why I was missing the point.
John Wilson
A charming bedside miscellany, a new novel by P. D. James, and much more.
John Wilson
Some more keepers from 2005.
John Wilson
… and lists of books.
Otto Selles
A parable of community.
John Wilson
A report from AAR/SBL.
Wright Doyle
A superb study of Chinese popular religion helps to set the context for the appeal of Christianity in China today.
John Wilson
Lessons in "respectful conversation."
Jenny Schroedel
A new book by Elizabeth Marquardt offers a child's-eye-view of divorce.
Daniel A. Siedell
A geography of art in New York at the midpoint of the 20th century.
John Wilson
A chronicle of reading.
Thomas C. Berg
A proposal for compromise between "value evangelicals" and "legal secularists" on church-state issues.
D.S. Martin
Conversation touches on Hebrew parallelism, marriage, and the making of many books.
Daniel Gallagher
Europe's rejection of its Christian heritage.
D.S. Martin
A new book of poems by Paul Mariani, illustrated by Barry Moser.
Andrew Wilson
The lessons of Herman Kahn.
Preston Jones
David McCullough's account of the pivotal year 1776 has resonance for Americans in 2005.
Elissa Elliott
Think you're burned out on memoirs? Read this book.
Cindy Crosby
Exploring the valley of the shadow in two literary lives.
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