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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.

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Editorial Statement

Gregory Wolfe, Art and Poverty


Mary Burns, The Spif
Christopher David Hall, In the Clear


Fleda Brown, Every Day I Touch Things
Tiny Fish

Sarah Klassen, Sardis

Bruce Bond, Cross of Nails

William Kelley Woolfitt, Liturgy of the Hours

Becca J.R. Lachman, Saint Francis Considers His Own Advice…
Saint Francis Appears at the Scene…

Will Wells, About Angels: Cahors, France, 2007

Jerry Harp, Verbum: A Rhapsody
Beginnings Again

Cameron A. Lawrence, Between Prayer
Icon of an Unknown Saint

Jason Myers, The Concord of the Strings

Judith Sornberger, Now I Lay Me Down
You Couldn’t Believe as I Did


Andy Whitman, A Conversation with Bruce Cockburn

Visual Arts

Jeffrey L. Kosky, Learning to Live on the Spiral Jetty

Menachem Wecker, The Visual Jewishness of Mark Podwal


Lauren F. Winner, Bread

Chris Hoke, Hearts like Radios


Harrison Scott Key, Man Is But an Ass

Book Review

Nick Ripatrazone, Arthur Bradley and Andrew Tate’s The New Atheist Novel
Ian McEwan’s The Children Act
Salman Rushdie’s Fury
James Wood’s The Book Against God

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

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