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Lord of the AbsurdSubscriber Access Only
The tangled web of science and religion.
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The transformation of an evangelical activist.
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Corner: Cockroaches for Jesus America's most respected newspaper stoops to cartoon history at millennium's end
Manipulating the Linguistic CodeSubscriber Access Only
Religious language falling into the hands of scientists can be a fearful thing
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A Salon.com essay accuses the Intelligent Design movement of being primarily an arm of conservative Republicans and the religious right.
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"Michael Kelly, R.I.P"
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We begin our annual roundup
Celebrating Faith in WritingSubscriber Access Only
A dispatch from Calvin College's biennial event.
Your Darwin Is Too LargeSubscriber Access Only
Evolution's significance for theology has been greatly exaggerated.
Can't We Just Have a Good Argument?Subscriber Access Only
Lessons in "respectful conversation."
Warriors in BattleSubscriber Access Only
Rethinking unfashionable notions of bravery, heroism, and sacrifice.
Christianity Unique Among ReligionsSubscriber Access Only
The faith's distinctiveness told winsomely, yet with little impact.
American TheocratSubscriber Access Only
Richard John Neuhaus, Catholic political ambitions, and the evangelical pawns.
Very Important FictionSubscriber Access Only
The Gospel according to The New York Times Book Review
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John Wilson's short reviews of A Step from Death, Christ and Culture Revisited, and Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat.
A Common HopeSubscriber Access Only
Much of 'Calvinism' is simply Christianity
Wilson's BookmarksSubscriber Access Only
'Pearl Buck in China,' 'The Flight of the Intellectuals,' and 'Here Comes the Garbage Barge.'
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Short reviews of '1 Samuel,' 'Not in the Heavens,' and 'The Identity Man.'
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Brief reviews of 'The Church and Literature,' The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln,' and 'Arlo Needs Glasses'

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