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Guests on Volume 148: Steven D. Smith on how a modern “religion without God” characterizes what alleges to be secular neutrality; Willem Vanderburg on the costs of forgetting the unity and interdependence of Creation; Jeffrey Bilbro on lessons from Wendell Berry’s poetry, fiction, and essays about the virtues that characterize people who foster sustainable cultures; Emma Mason on the theological concerns evident in the poetry of Christina Rossetti; Alison Milbank on how the Gothic literary genre in England expressed ambivalence about the effects of the Reformation; and Timothy Larsen on George MacDonald and Victorian earnestness about faith and anxieties about doubt.
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