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Giving the Devil His Due: Demonic Authority in the Fiction of Flannery O’Connor and Fyodor Dostoevsky

Jessica Hooten Wilson uses historical research to show O’Connor’s interest in Dostoevsky’s work, and examines both writers’ works to show how they explored three theological motifs.

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C.S. Lewis’ Top Ten Influential Books and Authors: Volume Three

Vaus notes the particular theological ideas that each of these four writers explored, giving readers plenty of ideas to chew on about the way they view God, faith and other matters.

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Take it Back: Reclaiming Biblical Manhood for the sake of the Marriage, Family and Culture

Clinton and Davis refer to the Bible throughout, building a generic but decent case that there’s more to traditional masculinity than just the stereotypes.

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