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Popular Culture: The Film Dogma Is Anti-Dogma
After the furor, Kevin Smith's film seems flawed but oddly touching
Episcopal Church: Bishop to Be Punished 19 Years After Affair
Episcopal Church court may decide fate of Montana's Charles Jones next week.
Gospel View from China
He Qi first saw Jesus' face in an old magazine. Now he paints his own images of the biblical story
Dispatch: The Bitter Harvest of Sexual Ideology
No one wanted the Gene Robinson bishopric debate to take this sad turn
Dispatch: Gay Rites Would Not Bless Ecumenism
Could also impair Anglican work overseas
Too Wild at Heart?
Some evangelicals believe Eldredge is making God in his image.
Wildheart
John Eldredge thinks too many Christians are weak, and churches are often insipid-and he's not going to take it anymore
Apologetics Journal Criticizes Jakes
Christian Research Institute publication questions preacher's view of Trinity
Pay It Forward
'Pay It Forward' does not invoke Jesus' teaching, but the spirit of selflessness is unmistakable.
Left Behind
Believers dream again of a breakthrough film. Left Behind is not it.
An Anglican Rorschach Test
Conservatives and liberals fide hope in statement
Apathetic Agnostic
David Horowitz on life without God.
General Convention Brushes Against Its Deadline
Conservatives, liberals can't agree on response to the Windsor Report.
No Theocracy Here
Respected religion journalist retains a clear affection for evangelicals.
Thou Shalt Not Be Negative
Overly positive thinking and prosperity teaching undermine Joel Osteen's bestseller.
Let's Get Metaphysical at the Damah Film Festival
Festival celebrates directors who explore spiritual experiences
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
It's well nigh impossible to hate the warm-hearted Harry Potter. A review of 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.'
Dispatch: Conservatives Just Got Clobbered
Last week's American Anglican Council meeting in Texas announced victory prematurely
Joan of Arcadia
A high school girl further increases God's prime-time exposure.
N.T. Wright: Anglican Report Is 'Fireproofing the House'
Top theologian on Lambeth Commission talks about what happened behind the scenes, whether the report should have been tougher, and why it's critical of some conservative bishops.

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She Knew She Was Called to Serve. Then COVID-19 Came.
She Knew She Was Called to Serve. Then COVID-19 Came.
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