From First Things, Avery Cardinal Dulles on The Freedom of Theology; an exchange on the ethics of immigration; a review of Creating a Class: College Admissions and the Education of Elites by Mitchell L. Stevens; a review of Arts of Darkness: American Noir and the Quest for Redemption by Thomas S. Hibbs; a review of Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C.S. Lewis by Michael Ward; and more on Charles Taylor's A Secular Age. An interview with Adriano Prosperi, Professor of Reform and Counter-reform Era History at the Scuola Normale in Pisa, on immigration: “There was greater solidarity during the Middle Ages”. An excerpt from The Triumph of the Therapeutic: Uses of Faith after Freud by Philip Rieff. From Taki's Magazine, we will Berry you: An article on the flaky socialism of the Crunchy Cons. The Hip Shall Inherit the Earth: James Poulos on a post-apocalyptic vision of America’s future. A review of Ancient Board Games in Perspective. From Big Think, Muhammad Yunus on the ideal international regulatory body. Recent literary debates in Sweden have dwelled on authors' love lives and penchant for designer handbags, yet there is more edifying material out there. A review of American Earth: Environmental Writing Since Thoreau. From Cracked, a look at the stages of a human life: 408 years ago vs. today.