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New today from the Century: Heath Carter reviews Ira Katznelson, Steve Thorngate observes Benjamin Britten's 100th birthday, more.
Last week, House Speaker John Boehner announced that he has no intention of moving forward on the immigration reform bill that passed the Senate by a wide margin in June.
New today from the Century: Amy Frykholm on immigration reform and the divided GOP, David Lewicki on the challenges and opportunities of preaching, more.
New today from the Century: Ralph Wood on C. S. Lewis, Mark Edwards on public diplomacy, more.
Lincoln turned toward the philosophical case for abolition for the same reason Roosevelt turned toward the Four Freedoms: because so much death could not be allowed to leave the world untransfigured.
New today from the Century: Ben Dueholm and MaryAnn McKibben Dana on the Gettysburg Address, Beth Felker Jones on Don Jon, more.
In the Gettysburg Address, we see the classic preacher's conundrum: the call to put words around that which is ineffable. Can we do it in 272 words?
New today from the Century: N. T. Wright on Paul and monotheism, Laura Kelly Fanucci on a calling that comes full circle, more.
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