SUMMER LETTER: Given the metaphysical assumptions of modern culture, no wonder the Gospel is not welcomed as good news, but rebuffed as a kind of violation.

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Guests on Volume 151: Richard Stivers on lessons from Jacques Ellul about media technologies and society; Holly Ordway on the surprising reading habits of J. R. R. Tolkien; Robin Phillips on the challenge of sustaining a posture of gratitude in the midst of suffering; Scott Newstok on why William Shakespeare offers valuable perspectives on the means and ends of education; Junius Johnson on why the experience of beauty is dangerous, but necessary; and Peter Mercer-Taylor on how early 19th-century hymnody introduced many Americans to a repertoire of classical music.

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