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On the etymology of the word "Nazi," and what it meant to Germans long before the guns of World War II sounded.
There is a specifically Christian kind of courage in the face of death, Charles Chaput writes in Things Worth Dying For.
Nirmal Dass reviews The Heliand and explains how it is an antidote to the excesses of our age.
Nirmal Dass reads The Heliand and Alexander Riley reads The Exorcist.
Though it appears to have been popular in its day, The Heliand remains largely unknown in the English-speaking world because of poor translations.
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