The National Catholic Review

February 2, 2015

Vol. 212 No. 3Whole No. 5076 Download PDF

Editorials

Liberté

Restraints on speech should be set through civic consensus, not government or religious edict.

Current Comment

In 2014 state legislatures and courts made record reforms to solitary confinement.

Articles

Following Faithfully
Michael G. Lawler, Todd A. Salzman
The Catholic way to choose the good
Theology’s New Turn
Thomas P. Rausch
A survey of contemporary movements
Redeeming the Bible
Pauline Viviano
Can Scripture be a source of unity rather than division?
Cuba Sí, Castro No!
The Editors
The Unbelievers
Drew Christiansen
An overview of ‘religious atheism’

Books and Culture

Books
Class Matters
Robert E. Scully
'God’s Traitors: Terror and Faith in Elizabethan England,' by Jessie Childs
Books
Hasty conclusions
J. J. Carney
'Ten African Cardinals,' by Sally Ninham
Books
Ever Ancient, Ever New
Lúcás Chan, S.J.
'The Ten Commandments,' by Michael Coogan
Music
Sing, Rap, Praise
David E. Nantais
Teaching rock, hip-hop and religion