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Issue 72

Lauren F. Winner explores the middle of the spiritual life; Gregory Wolfe encounters the work of Christopher Hitchens and Malcolm Muggeridge; Karen L. Mulder explores the (extra)ordinary work of Guy Chase; and Isaac Anderson chases the Lord God Bird. Plus, new poems by Pattiann Rogers, Daniel Tobin, Lance Larsen, and Valerie Wohlfeld; fiction by first-time novelists Jessie van Eerden and Samuel Thomas Martin; and more.

Speak, Rain


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Lord God Bird


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Running the Whale’s Back


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From The Book of Brothers


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World


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Ritual


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Deserted


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Daniel


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Tobacco, Psalms, and Bloodletting


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Writing in Invisible Ink


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Mugg, Hitch, and Me


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Late Bloomer


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When the Lord Returns in His Creaturely Perfection


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Glorybound


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Spontaneous


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Tabernacle


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Monotheism


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Adrian Wiszniewski: A New Heaven and a New Earth


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Web Exclusive: Wayne Roosa Remembers Guy Chase


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Advent


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A Conversation with Gina Ochsner


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From the Lines of Life: Guy Chase and the Art of the (Extra)Ordinary


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Middles


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Hail, Spirit


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Dead and Alive


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