Woiwode, an award-winning Christian author and the poet laureate of North Dakota, ruminates on the translation of Scripture; the place of religion in education; how Updike's fiction is indebted to the theology of Kierkegaard and Barth; the difference between news as delivered by CNN and Bob Dylan, and other culture-makers. His essays offer a collection of insightful and provocative commentaries on literature and American culture.
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