John G. Turner teaches religious studies at George Mason University and is the author of Brigham Young: Pioneer Prophet (Harvard University Press).
Today Lincoln is remembered mostly for his ideals. In his lifetime, people were fascinated with his appearance. This is Richard Wightman Fox's starting point.
A Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Charles Marsh brings readers closer to Dietrich Bonhoeffer than, at the very least, any prior biographer writing in English.
Reflecting on the Importance of the Past
Margaret Bendroth and John Fea both contend that Christians need to encounter the past in all its complexity and humanity.
Book Culture and American Spirituality in the Twentieth Century
What we read matters. But what should we read? Matthew Hedstrom describes Protestant angst amid the information overload of the early 20th century.
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