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September/October

Volume 8, Issue 5
September/October, 2002

ARTICLES
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Dancing with Ghosts
Wasicu at Chankpe Opi (a white man at Wounded Knee


Force of Habit
Hostility and condescension toward religion in the university


In Praise of Paraphrase


In Sickness and in Health
The past and future of Christian Science


Letters

Many Bibles, One Scripture: The Gift of Translation
The gift of translation


On Foot
The virtues of walking


Stranger in a Strange Land
Seven Years of Culture


The 19th Floor
Where did the ideas that shape our world begin?


The English Standard Version


The Enigma of Anger
Reflections on a sometimes deadly sin


The Groves of Academe
The Beginning of Wisdom


The Message


The Peppered Myth
Of moths and men: An evolutionary tale


The Shaming of Lech Walesa
Why the defeater of communism finds himself defeated by ex-communists—and why he and the American public haven't noticed.


The Virtues of Resistance
Computer Control, part 3


Today's New International Version


Try to Praise the Mutilated World
A conversation with poet Adam Zagajewski


When Tulsa Burned
A forgotten episode in American terrorism


Why Separation of Church and State Is Still a Good Idea
even if it may not be what the Founders had in mind




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