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Books: By Their Books Ye Shall Know Them
Books that have shaped American evangelicals in the last 40 years
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Ohio Has Designs on Science Standards
State may be the first to add intelligent design to education mandates.
Subscriber Access Only Back to the Ice Age, Forward to the Oscars
What critics are saying about Ice Age, Showtime, Resident Evil, Metropolis, Harrison's Flowers, Trembling before G-d, and Maryam
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"Weblog: Renewed Hope for Faith-Based Initiative, School Vouchers"
"The Pope visits the world's oldest Christian nation, PBS's Evolution gets slammed, and other stories from around the world."
Subscriber Access Only New Kids on the Blog
Plus: Links to a record-breaking 429 religion stories on gay marriage in Massachusetts, San Francisco, and the Church of England, a Ten Commandments resurgence, The Passion of The Christ, and even a few topics Weblog hasn't beat to death already.
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Evolution: Pope Says Evolution More than a Hypothesis
Darwin's theories still deeply divide Christians.
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Meeting Darwin's Wager (Part II)
Disciples of Reason
What did the founding fathers really believe?
Start the Presses
No Protestant leader in the eighteenth century made better use of print media than John Wesley.
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"Goodbye, Dolly"
We need nothing less than a total ban on human cloning
Subscriber Access Only Muslims at Home in America
Christians have a part to play in helping Islam adapt to democracy.
Subscriber Access Only White House Speechwriter Talks About the Bush Code
Plus: U.S. News phones it in on prayer, Indonesian churches attacked, Mormon author disfellowshipped, and other stories from online sources around the world.
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Unintelligent Designs
Baylor's dismissal of Polyani Center director Dembski was not a smart move.
Subscriber Access Only Q & A: Alvin Plantinga on Conflict Resolution with Science
The philosophy professor seeks to disentangle sound science from naturalistic dogma.
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