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2010 Winter

Religion

Introductory

Voices in Time

Declarations of Faith
Acts of Faith
Crises of Faith
  • Orhan Pamuk Sees a Snowflake: 1990 / Kars
  • Searching for God: 1879 / Yasnaya Polyana
  • Government Policy: c. 110 / Bithynia
  • Aboard the Angelic Train: 1773 / Boston
  • H.L. Mencken Uneasy in Zion: 1925 / Dayton, TN
  • Burning Discontent: c. 1177 / Neyshabur
  • Obituary Notice: 1882 / Sils-Maria
  • Mary McCarthy Loses Her Faith: c. 1923 / Seattle
  • The Devil Vanquished: c. 987 / Kiev
  • God Wills It: 1862 / Washington, DC
  • Point of Order: 1805 / Buffalo Grove, NY
  • Thomas More Poses an Alternative: 1516 / Utopia
  • Saadat Hasan Manto in the Time of Troubles: 1947 / Amritsar
  • Inquisition: 1252 / Rome
  • Jumbled Atoms: c. 58 / Rome
  • Answered Prayer: c. 1980 / Bombay
  • A Wager: c. 1657 / Paris
  • Lay Down Your Arms: 1513 / Spain
  • Iris Murdoch Hears a Confession: c. 1979 / London
  • God Sees All: c. 620 / Arabia
  • Eluding the Devil: 1942 / England
  • Spiritual Thirst: c. 500 BC / Nepal
  • The Rise and Fall of James Baldwin: c. 1938 / New York City

Departments

Essays
Conversations
Reconsiderations
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The Russian historian describes the Revolution’s retreat in the 1920s from its high communist ideals under the New Economic Policy.
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Lewis H. Lapham is Editor of Lapham's Quarterly. He also serves as editor emeritus and national correspondent for Harper's magazine.
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