April (Web-only) 2008

Dulling the Body, Buffing the SoulSubscriber Access Only
Gertrude the Great suggests an inverse relationship between comfort and holiness in the meaty devotional, A Little Daily Wisdom: Christian Women Mystics.
The Irony of Iron ManSubscriber Access Only
What can we learn from an armor-encased superhero who can protect others, but can't save himself? And what does his story say about finding strength in weakness?
Are the Quakers Going Pagan?Subscriber Access Only
The liberal end of the Society of Friends has long had members who denied God's existence or Jesus' divinity. Now hundreds of pagans call Quakerism home.
Why She SingsSubscriber Access Only
Contrary to what some people say, the legendary Dionne Warwick got her start in gospel music and says she has never abandoned her faith or her church.
Baby MamaSubscriber Access Only
Standard Operating ProcedureSubscriber Access Only
A Flawed HistorySubscriber Access Only
James Carroll's controversial book, Constantine's Sword
A Musical Lectio DivinaSubscriber Access Only
Ryan Lott's meditative, mystical, and mesmerizing debut.
Q&A: Daniel B. WallaceSubscriber Access Only
On his organization's ancient New Testament manuscript haul in Albania.
Is 'Let Him Who Is Without Sin Cast the First Stone' Biblical?Subscriber Access Only
Scholars are cautious about the story of the woman caught in adultery.
United Methodists to Debate Transgender ClergySubscriber Access Only
Church court in October backed pastor who underwent sex change.
Is Caspian Really C. S. Lewis?Subscriber Access Only
Of all the characters in the author's beloved Chronicles of Narnia, the title character of Prince Caspian is most like the author, and the book is surprisingly autobiographical.
The Forbidden KingdomSubscriber Access Only
Forgetting Sarah MarshallSubscriber Access Only
The VisitorSubscriber Access Only
Pope Benedict Goes to WashingtonSubscriber Access Only
Pope's U.S. visit is expected to strengthen evangelical-Catholic relationship.
Ben Stein Is Expelled!Subscriber Access Only
The TV and movie personality takes on Darwinism and evolution in a new documentary about Intelligent Design—and academic freedom.
What's in a Label?: 7Spin MusicSubscriber Access Only
Founder Peter Khosla explains how his company in small town Indiana is approaching the music business differently, while also keeping God at the center of what they do.
Smart PeopleSubscriber Access Only
Street KingsSubscriber Access Only
Eric Clapton, In the Presence of the LordSubscriber Access Only
The bluesman has been haunted by God through his early years, his born-again period, and his recovery.
Young@HeartSubscriber Access Only
Colson the CatechistSubscriber Access Only
A culture warrior sets out to explain Christianity's essential doctrines.
Hardship for Evangelicals in Jordan: Lessons for All ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
The president of Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary on maintaining fruitful relationships with our neighbors.
'A Poorer Story, but a Better Movie'Subscriber Access Only
So says Douglas Gresham, C. S. Lewis's stepson and producer of the upcoming Prince Caspian, in comparing it to The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.
Rissi PalmerSubscriber Access Only
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Channel Surfing for Common GraceSubscriber Access Only
How reality TV broadcasts echoes of the gospel.
Red Herring: Mikhail Gorbachev's Not-Quite Conversion
Red Herring: Mikhail Gorbachev’s Not-Quite ConversionSubscriber Access Only
Asking whether the former Soviet leader is a Christian has a long history.
Flight of the Red BalloonSubscriber Access Only
LeatherheadsSubscriber Access Only
My Blueberry NightsSubscriber Access Only
Nim's IslandSubscriber Access Only
Study: Conservative Theology Means Smaller Bank AccountsSubscriber Access Only
Duke sociologist says conservative Protestants save less and accumulate fewer assets.
Christian Evangelism and JudaismSubscriber Access Only
An exchange of views between a rabbi and a columnist.
Election 08's 'False Clerics and Schismatic Spirits'Subscriber Access Only
The ubiquity of religion in this campaign season is distinctly un-Lutheran.
Supreme Court to Consider Religious Monuments CaseSubscriber Access Only
Group wants "Seven Aphorisms" in park by Ten Commandments.
Do the Democrats Have a Prayer Yet?Subscriber Access Only
Amy Sullivan explains how the Democrats alienated evangelicals and are trying to win them back.
Jazzed About the Big ScreenSubscriber Access Only
Donald Miller's Blue Like Jazz has been adapted into a screenplay, with The Second Chance director Steve Taylor at the helm—and both men are pretty excited about it.
Hello KellySubscriber Access Only
Me + You + The WorldSubscriber Access Only
Top 20 Indie 08Subscriber Access Only
Trying to Fit the Ocean in a CupSubscriber Access Only
What I Can't SeeSubscriber Access Only
You and the Evening SkySubscriber Access Only
The Odes Project, Vol. 1 & 2Subscriber Access Only
Christmas and Cricket: Finding Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles
Christmas and Cricket: Rediscovering Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles After 70 Years
“A Christmas Sermon for Pagans” is quintessential Lewis at the height of his renown. “Cricketer’s Progress” is more of a mystery.