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((released 2022-11-30) (handle mh-156-m) (supplement true))
Volume 156
Volume 156
Volume 156
Volume 156
Volume 156
Volume 156
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Volume 156

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Guests on Volume 156

• KIMBELL KORNU on how and why theological concerns should not be prohibited within the practice of medicine
• PAUL TYSON on how the conventional definition of “science” makes metaphysical claims in the name of excluding metaphysical claims
• MARK NOLL on how the Bible shaped American history, and how American ideologies shaped the reading of the Bible
• DAVID NEY on how reading the Bible “figurally” opens us to its layers of meaning and to the transforming work it effects
• WILLIAM C. HACKETT on the relationships between philosophy and theology, and of both to the meaning embedded in myth
• MARIAN SCHWARTZ on the challenges and rewards of translating Eugene Vodolazkin, Leo Tolstoy, Alexsandr Solzshentsiyn, and others

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