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Issue 76

A conversation with Christian Wiman; Patton Dodd on Hollywood’s Christian villains and the myth of religious violence; Spencer Reece on Emily Dickinson; and Paul Dannels on the ecosystem of abandoned buildings. With new fiction by Lucy Warner and Michael Morris; poetry by Amit Majmudar, Claude Wilkinson, Orlando Ricardo Menes, and John F. Deane; and more.

Friend


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A Thirst for Precision


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The Shadow-Cross


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Reflection upon Psalm 121


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Patton Dodd


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The Waltz of Descartes and Mohammed


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El Cristo de Piedra


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Kinds of Resistance


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Death Room, Fort Scott, 1949


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Adjusting to Darkness


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A Conversation with Christian Wiman


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Courtyard of the Gentiles


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Sunday: Day of Rest


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Peter Howson and the Harrowing of Hell


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And Not as a Stranger


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Monday: Peach


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Naming the Beloved: Ethics, Aesthetics, and Lyric Poetry


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Jesus Called


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Tuesday: Rhubarb, Lattice Crust


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The Discipline of the Notebook


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Yam Kinneret: The Harp Music


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Rumspringa


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My Evangelist


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Ars Cantata


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Bede’s Sparrow


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Decay and Resurrection


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image of a bluish bowl

To Jenya on First Noticing the Dog’s Bowl of My Imagination


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A Christmas Story


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Power in the Blood


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Pontius Pilate Fugue


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