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September 22, 2008

Vol.199 / No.8
Books
Lawrence S. CunninghamSeptember 22, 2008

Aviad Kleinberg a professor of history at Tel Aviv University belongs to that not inconsiderable number of contemporary historians who have taken seriously the cult of the saints in the history of Christianity That interest in the saints has been especially energized by Peter Brown rsquo s The Cu

Mark StricherzSeptember 22, 2008

Barack Obama's debt to a Catholic boss

Poem
Michael McMahonSeptember 22, 2008

With sleep in her eyes she parts the curtain,

Letters
September 22, 2008

And God Saw That It Was Good As both a scientist and a Christian, I appreciated “Teaching Evolution,” by Paul Cottle (9/15). But there are several important theological aspects of the debate that he and other Christian apologists for evolution seem to ignore. First, a basic tenet of evol

Art
Joseph GericsSeptember 22, 2008

Bruce Springsteen's music touches on the the edge of religious imagery. But will it ever evolve?

Books
Claire Schaeffer-DuffySeptember 22, 2008

The French writer Guy Sorman has taught economics served in public office traveled widely and authored numerous books on contemporary affairs But he is first and foremost a devout democrat His firm belief in the universality of democracy shines through in The Empire of Lies a book that challeng