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Issue 84

Lauren F. Winner on God as bread; a conversation with singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn; a review of new atheist novels; drama ministry and its consequences; and an investigation of Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty. With poetry by Bruce Bond, Fleda Brown, and Sarah Klassen; a comic essay by Harrison Scott Key; our editor Gregory Wolfe on art and poverty; and more.

In the Clear


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Beginnings Again


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Cross of Nails


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Hearts Like Radios


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Liturgy of the Hours


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Between Prayer


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Bruce Cockburn

A Conversation with Bruce Cockburn


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Icon of an Unknown Saint


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Saint Francis Considers His Own Advice


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Man Is But an Ass


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The Thing Itself: Art and Poverty


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Saint Francis Appears at the Scene of an Accident, Then Joins the Murmuration


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The Concord of the Strings


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The Spif


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The Visual Jewishness of Mark Podwal


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Hymn


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Every Day I Touch Things


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Spiral Jetty

Learning to Live on the Spiral Jetty


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Now I Lay Me Down


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Tiny Fish


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About Angels: Cahors, France, 2007


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You Couldn’t Believe as I Did


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Sardis


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Bread


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The Novel as God: The New Atheist Tradition in Fiction


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Ephesus


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Verbum: A Rhapsody


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Lauren F. Winner


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