The setup sounds like a medieval soap opera. But Robyn Cadwallader knows far too much about the 13th century to write an anachronistic romance.
Ron Rash’s stories emerge from the Smoky Mountains, where his protagonists often reach for a mystery beyond their own understanding.
Fiction writer Ron Rash
“I am fascinated by the war between what is best in our natures and what is worst.”
The Murder of Joseph Smith and the Fate of the Mormon Church
There are no heroes in Alex Beam’s tale of the killing of Mormon founder Joseph Smith.
Many people have an intuition that the natural world shows purpose, order, or providence. Benjamin Jantzen does a marvelous job analyzing the attempts to turn that intuition into arguments.
Christianity’s Struggle for New Beginnings
For nonbelievers, John Philip Newell's new book might serve as an introduction to Christianity at its mildest and least challenging.
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