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Issue 43


Gregory Wolfe on the culture wars that “have gone from bad to worse”; Robert Morgan on “Christian faith among ordinary people”; the enigmatic monuments of Magdalena Abakanowicz; and Elizabeth Dewberry on the nature of words and the Word. Plus, poems by Liliana Ursu, Floyd Skloot, Lance Larsen, and Jane Hoogestraat; fiction by Lucy Warner and Paul Headrick; novelist Bret Lott on reclaiming literary fiction; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, The Culture Wars Revisited


Paul Headrick, The Franklin Chair
Lucy Warner, And God Will Wipe Away Every Tear from Their Eyes
K. Alexander Cooper, Naked and Ashamed


Floyd Skloot, Gauguin in Oregon
Nicholas Samaras, Two Poems
Roger Williams, Three Poems
Todd Davis, Three Poems
Liliana Ursu, Two Poems
Lance Larsen, Two Poems
Christine Perrin, Two Poems
Jane Hoogestraat, Two Poems


A Conversation with Robert Morgan

Visual Arts

David Morgan, Antigone’s Wall: Magdalena Abakanowicz and the Allure of Images
Bruce Herman, Looking Again: The Art of George Wingate


Bret Lott, Why Have We Given Up the Ghost? Notes on Reclaiming Literary Fiction


Ron Austin, Christians in Hollywood: A Treatment


Elizabeth Dewberry, What I Thought Was Silence

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Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × .5 in

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