Books of the Year
Part 1: The Top Ten
Books of the Year, Part 2
After the top ten, here's the best of the rest.
Discovering Islam: The Intellectual Challenge
There's good reason to believe that there will be staying power to the West's belated discovery of Islam.
24 Cow Clones, All Normal...
Oh yes, and a few cloned human embryos that died.
Baseball, leisure, and worship.
Disturbing the Peace
Is art always subversive when it's doing its job?
Science and the Spiritual Quest
"A place at the table for Christians, but at a price."
Is God a Body-Snatcher?
The restless intelligence of philosopher Peter van Inwagen.
Getting beyond the feel-good bromides
Nobel Prize-winner V.S. Naipaul's accounts of Islam presuppose the superiority of modern skepticism.
Myths of the Taliban
Misinformation and disinformation abounds. What do we know?
The Imagination of Disaster
We thought we were invulnerable. Really?
The dream and the nightmare of megalopolis.
The Future Is Now
You want the news? Read science fiction.
Megalopolis Forty Years On
The ambiguous face of the city
The Strange Case of Napoleon Beazley
How media coverage of a young killer created death row chic.
"Whether telling us about the Spirit in the South or the crumbling atheism of a Chinese immigrant, these books provide windows into others' lives."
Top Story March 29, 2023After Nashville, Moral Numbness Is Our Enemy
Shootings have become normal to the American public. But as Christians, we know better.
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