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editorials

But Are We Christians?

Ecumenical Bedfellows of the Manhattan Declaration
by S. M. Hutchens



communiqué

Soulmates & Deficits

The State of Our Unions Report Looks at Marital Economics
by David Mills



interview

Bioethics & Dignity

A Q&A with Gilbert Meilaender
by Les Sillars


columns

Communiqué

Uneasy Messenger

by Jeff Walton


The Leading Edge

Atheist Crusaders

by Phillip E. Johnson


Communiqué

Too Happy Together

by Peter Riddell


Contours of Culture

Musical Reprise

Who Needs Classical Music? Cultural Choice and Musical Value by Julian Johnson

by Ken Myers


As It Is Written...

Framers of the Gospel

by Patrick Henry Reardon



23.2—March/April 2010

features

There Is Forgiveness

But There Are No Shortcuts on the Road to Reconciliation
by Leon J. Podles


Passover to Easter

On the Origins of the Primary Feast of the Christian Church
by William J. Tighe


Subject to Death & Life

Paul Celan’s Todesfuge, J. S. Bach & the Passion of Christ
by Timothy A. Smith


views

It All Depends

Philip Rempel on Randomness & the Providence of God

God Sideways

Paul Gregory Alms on How Jesus Comes Amid Distractions

Job’s Progress

Peter J. Leithart on Maturity for a Rising Generation

Media Wineskins

S. M. Hutchens on the Electronic Book & Its Kin

book reviews

England Sings

Singing and the Imagination of Devotion: Vocal Aesthetics in Early English Protestant Culture by Susan Tara Brown
reviewed by Lucy E. Carroll


Life’s Furor

Hitler's Ethic: The Nazi Pursuit of Evolutionary Progress by Richard Weikart
reviewed by Joe Keysor


England Swings

Fires of Faith: Catholic England Under Mary Tudor by Eamon Duffy
reviewed by William J. Tighe


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