Arts & Letters
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Martin Scorsese ponders the deepest theological questions.
Mysteries like Inspector Morse remind us of lost Eden.
Perhaps this disciple of Nietzsche can teach us a bit of the right sort of pessimism.
Mystery novelist Andrew Klavan’s inspiring Christian memoir
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