August (Web-only) 2008
Riot Déjà Vu
Christian homes burning in eastern India ... again. Also: Do men with jobs reduce abortion? How do you prove "nuns are — above all — women"?
Albrecht Dürer's Visual Exegesis
The Museum of Biblical Art showcases the artist's work and the apocalyptic concerns of Renaissance-era Germany.
Jazz Gets the Blues
Blue Like Jazz is still headed to the big screen, but a lack of funding has postponed the project indefinitely.
Getting People Excited about John McCain
Evangelical outreach coordinator Marlys Popma had resigned from the campaign last year but quickly changed her mind.
The Dark Knight perpetuates America's hero confusion.
Will It Be Bayh?
Why choosing the Indiana senator as a running mate could help Obama with religious conservatives.
Reconciled in Rwanda
A new documentary shows stories of forgiveness and reconciliation in a nation still reeling from the horrors of genocide.
Overseas trips help Delirious reinvigorate its blend.
Q+A: David Iglesias
The Christian lawyer at the center of the U.S. attorneys scandal speaks out about his firing, faith, and future.
Out of the Darkness
Filmmaker Mark Pellington overcomes personal tragedy to make movies about finding hope in the wake of hardship, including Henry Poole Is Here.
After the Storm
A fan at a recent Atlanta concert is profoundly affected by Steven Curtis Chapman's moving testimony, sharing his grief over his daughter's tragic death.
Campus Crusade's early tensions with InterVarsity and other college ministries. An excerpt from Bill Bright and Campus Crusade for Christ.
A Feminine Jesus
Crusade's Magdalena targets women shamelessly.
Don't Do Anything
Love and Cohabitation
Questions on American couples, why Messianic Jewish prisoners aren't served kosher, and more.
Dobson and the God-o-Meter
Beliefnet editor Dan Gilgoff on the Religious Right's continuing role in this election.