Volume 7, Number 4, March/April 2006

Table of Contents

From: Historically Speaking

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How Christianity (and Capitalism) Led to Science

pp. 2-5
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Knowledge—Not Capitalism, Faith, or Reason—Was the Key to "The Rise of the West"

pp. 6-10
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The Intelligent Design of Modern Rationalism

pp. 10-12
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Christianity and the Rise of the West: Rodney Stark and the Defeat of Reason

pp. 12-14
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Christianity is a Hellenistic Religion, and Western Civilization is Christian

pp. 15-18
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Rejoinder

p. 18
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Interview with Rodney Stark

pp. 19-20
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The Biblical Origins of Nationalism

pp. 21-24
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The Big Problem with History: Christianity and the Crisis of Meaning

pp. 25-27
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Guilt by Association: The Disgrace of Narrative History

pp. 27-30
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A Interview with Bryan Ward-Perkins on the Fall of Rome

pp. 31-33
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The Unhappy Warrior

pp. 34-39
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Of Arms and the Man: A Response to Christopher Coker's "The Unhappy Warrior"

pp. 40-42
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The Civilianized Warrior

pp. 42-45
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The Biotech Soldier: America's Future Warrior?

pp. 45-47
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Rejoinder

pp. 48-49
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In Memoriam: Clark G. Reynolds

p. 49
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Letters

pp. 50-52
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The Historical Society s 2006 Conference: Globalization, Empire, and Imperialism in Historical Perspective June 1-4, 2006, Chapel Hill, NC

pp. 55-59
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