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Mormons and Christians: So Close, Yet So Far Away
What should we make of claims that the two faiths are on a path to reconciling?
What should we make of claims that the two faiths are on a path to reconciling? Gerald McDermott/ September 7, 2016. Darrel Birkett / Flickr. The Mormon Jesus: A Biography
Why the Whole Church Needs Psalm 137, Violent Imagery and All
A protest song for Syrian refugees and suburban soccer moms.
throughout the centuries. If a Hebrew psalm can have a biography, then Song of Exileis an attempt to tell its story. A Poetic Memory Project. In the first
‘The Good Place’ Imagines an Eternity of Ethics Lessons
The NBC comedy serves up an unusual take on the afterlife with a side of fro-yo, hold the religion.
Earth. Admitted to heaven in an unexplained mix-up, Eleanor finds that Michael has her name right, but all the other details of her biography wrong. Now
The Second Life of the Man Who Wouldn’t Run on Sunday
How Eric Liddell, the hero of 'Chariots of Fire,' laid aside Olympic glory for the missions field.
life. This is left to Duncan Hamilton and his new biography, For the Glory: Eric Liddell's Journey from Olympic Champion to Modern Martyr. Hamilton's
Morning Roundup 9/2/15
Critiquing Well; Maintaining Marriages; Missionary Hero
glowing behind her. The slender children's biography still has the price tag; 25 years ago, I paid $3.95 at the Shepherd's Shoppe in San Antonio. From the
Richard John Neuhaus, Warts and All
A new biography captures the life and times of a brilliant, headstrong champion of faith in the public square.
A new biography captures the life and times of a brilliant, headstrong champion of faith in the public square. Richard John Neuhaus, Warts and All. A
20 Truths from Blind Spots by Collin Hansen
Collin Hansen's new book calls Christians to love each other despite our differences.
is the author of Young, Restless, Reformed: A Journalist's Journey with the New Calvinists and has written for Books & Culture, Tabletalk, Leadership, and Christian History & Biography.
Subscriber Access Only 5 Books to Read Before Voting in a Presidential Election
Peter Wehner, former presidential aide, helps us wrestle with deeper issues than Candidate A versus Candidate B.
Abraham Lincoln, by Lord Charnwood. Published in 1916, this remains the best biography of America's greatest president. Lincoln was a complex man of great depth.
Surprised by Religion at the National Book Awards
Why literary culture in America should cause hope and concern
John Lahr, for instance, reading from his biography of Tennessee Williams, not only talked about the social shift from a society focused on the common good to a society focused on the
The Celebrity Writer who Changed the World
An interview with Karen Swallow Prior about Hannah More's legacy as a writer, activist, and educator
Professor and writer Karen Swallow Prior's biography of Hannah More—abolitionist, poet, and reformer—came out last fall. March is Women's History
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George Whitefield was once the most famous man in America. Historian Thomas Kidd explains why the celebrity evangelist shouldn’t be forgotten.
These interests came together in his new biography of that era's most celebrated preacher and evangelist, George Whitefield: America's Spiritual Founding Father (Yale University Press
God Will Give You the Words, So Don't Steal These
Plagiarism offends the original author and the Author of all.
sin and own it fully both to me and to her readers, but a prayer that I would see my Creator as the full owner of every word, every phrase, every paragraph, every biography, and every
Morning Roundup 9/29/14
Ministering to Singles; Christian Schools; Christians and Judaism
In Philippians 3:1-12, Paul describes his personal biography as a Jew; he was born into a Diaspora Jewish family, and joined one of the leading and admired “denominations” of
Leadership Development According to Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Bonhoeffer's wisdom on leadership endures.
In Eric Metaxas' epic biography of the pastor, martyr, prophet, and spy, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, we read about the ways that Bonhoeffer trained people for the call of ministry.
We Believe in Miracles—Just Not on Film
Movies old and new have wrestled with how to depict the supernatural.
Carl Theodor Dreyer was so concerned over the question of how to film a miracle that he never made his long dreamed of passion project: a film biography of Jesus.
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The Bible Never Says ‘All Men Are Created Equal’
The Bible Never Says ‘All Men Are Created Equal’
How the New Testament offers a better, higher calling than the Declaration of Independence.
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