The Century book review editor has been with the magazine since 2002. He is the author of An American in Persia (Cascadia, 2010).
Two days after Christmas, Heather Elizabeth Cook, suffragan bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, hit and killed a bicyclist with her car.
An Introduction to Philosophy for Everyone
The Wisdom of Uncertainty
A Train Journey into the Heart of Russia
To give & to receive
I imagine some of the people freaking out about Ebola consider themselves Christians. How ironic is that?
Bookseller Byron Borger
"I suppose some liturgical types don't like our Amish novels, and some evangelicals are perplexed by our Catholic stuff. But it used to be worse."
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