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Keeping Up with the Amish
We evangelicals have made a too-easy peace with the inroads of consumer culture.
The Children of Light
Good writing and acting cover a multitude of biases on The West Wing.
Choking on Modernity
The Maker's Diet is part of the problem.
Our Prayerful History
This impressive history of prayer in America neglects theology.
Modernity's Art Form
A lush guide to film through Christian eyes.
Submit to God, Not the Market
Today’s capitalism demands a kind of absolute commitment, says Kathryn Tanner. But Christianity carries within it the seeds of resistance.
Film: Modernity's Art Form
'Through a Screen Darkly' is a lush guide to film through Christian eyes.
Putting Worldview in Its Place
There's something more important than our intellectual framework.
Grace Meets the Real World
"American 'roots' music (a la the Grammy-winning O Brother, Where Art Thou?) is making a comeback for reasons Christians can readily understand."
"Books & Culture Corner: Agrarians of the World, Unite!"Subscriber Access Only
"Wendell Berry's vision, and how Christians should respond to it"
Aching for Something Deep
"For those with ears to hear, Mark Heard left the gift of a more authentic faith"
Vacationing with the PagansSubscriber Access Only
Watching the Beatles in fast-forward reminded me of just how far we've come in four decades.
Why We Love Amish Romances
In our brave, liberated new world, more American evangelical readers are seeking freedom in the Old Order.
Unreality TV
How the ubiquitous genre actually misrepresents life.
Culture Wars: The Prequel
History and myth converge in American Dreams' take on the 1960s
Who Do Your Books Say That I Am?
New volumes tell much about our Lord--and our cultural moment.
How a Dutch Neo-Calvinist Helped Birth an Intellectual Movement
Abraham Kuyper imagined a world fallen yet still infused with the grandeur of a God willing to redeem it.
What Politics Can (and Can’t) Do to Prevent Another HolocaustSubscriber Access Only
Good governments can slow the spread of genocide, but they can’t stop people from becoming genocidal.
Rediscovering 'Husbandry'Subscriber Access Only
What Colonial farmers have to teach us about living with the land.

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Have Yourself a Bittersweet Easter
Have Yourself a Bittersweet Easter
A typical Holy Week is out of reach this year. That's cause for lament—and celebration.

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