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3 guides to Shakespeare’s plays

If you’ve always wanted to explore Shakespeare’s plays but hesitated to tackle the Bard and his sometimes difficult and archaic language on your own, hesitate no longer. Here are three guides to help you on your way. 1. Ralph Williams, … Continue reading

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The Book of Job and the problem of evil

It’s a problem as old as monotheism: how can a just, beneficent God allow bad things to happen to good people? That’s the problem at the heart of the biblical Book of Job, the story of the righteous Job who … Continue reading

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