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March 30, 2020

Vol. 222 / No. 7

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Arts & Culture Ideas

Generation X came of age in a culture awash in dreams of women’s perpetual and idealized childhood being sold as feminist empowerment.

Arts & Culture Books
Patrick JordanMarch 20, 2020

This book is meant to arouse Christians, both their pastors and congregations, to the agonies and injustices perpetrated against Jews in the past and presen

Arts & Culture Books
Dominic LynchMarch 20, 2020

Walter Scheidel argues in "Escape From Rome: The Failure of Empire and the Road to Prosperity," that out of the Roman Empire’s ashes rose modernity.

Arts & Culture Books
Christiana ZennerMarch 20, 2020

The book is characteristically careful, methodical and precise—hallmarks of Haight’s writing style and theological methodology. Readers familiar with the development of Catholic theologies of nature and creation will find much to converse with here, as will philosophical theologians.

Bartosz Bielenia in Boze Cialo (“Corpus Christi”) (IMDB)
Arts & Culture Film
John AndersonFebruary 18, 2020

“Corpus Christi” is not a critique of Catholicism, though; it may not even be a deliberately Catholic film, writes film critic John Anderson.

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Arts & Culture Television
Eve TushnetFebruary 13, 2020

The final season of “BoJack Horseman” gives many of its characters endings about as happy as they can manage.

Arts & Culture Poetry
Emily StoddardMarch 20, 2020

I decide on wide slashes—precise but hungry,/as if the soldier had wanted to peel into the heart—