By Charlie Clauss
In The Gulag Archipelago, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn tells the story of the Soviet gulag. He sprinkles in pieces of autobiography: while an officer in the Soviet army, he was accused, arrested,... Read More...
By Kimlyn J. Bender
Brazos Press, pp. 298, $35
Review by Eugene R. Schlesinger
When the first volume of the Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible appeared 15 years ago, the series pr... Read More...
By John Bauerschmidt
Literary fashion comes and goes, even in the more resilient popular sphere, and can deal unevenly with novelists. Kenneth Roberts, who died in 1957, is a case in point. Roberts wrote eig... Read More...
An Ecumenical Priesthood
The Spirit of God and the Structure of the Church
By Karl Rahner
Translated with a critical introduction by Jakob Karl Rinderknecht
Fortress, pp. 100, $28
Review by Bruce Myers
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By Cole Hartin
William Kurelek (1927-77) was a Canadian artist and author who spent much of the second half of his anguished life grappling with Catholicism. His is not likely a name that would be familiar t... Read More...
Jesus and the Church
The Foundation of the Church in the New Testament and Modern Theology
By Paul Avis
T&T Clark. pp. 235 + xiv, $40.95
By Paul Avis
SCM Press. pp. 260 + xiv, $... Read More...
The Spiritual Practice of Remembering
By Margaret Bendroth
Eerdmans, pp. 142, $16
Review by Mark Michael
Margaret Bendroth’s job surely manages to be among the most fascinating and frustrating in Americ... Read More...
The Great Passion
By James Runcie
Bloomsbury, 260 pp., $28
Review by Christine Havens
In his sermon for the Third Sunday of Easter, the rector of my church referred to Bach’s writing of St. Mat... Read More...