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Books & Culture: The Great Inflatable Shark HuntSubscriber Access Only
A report from the Christian Booksellers Association convention in Anaheim
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A business guide to Tim LaHaye's other series.
"Books & Culture 's Book of the Week: Oh, Brother"Subscriber Access Only
"Most everyone agrees that the James ossuary is a significant find. Ask what it means, however …"
Stop, Drop, and CoverSubscriber Access Only
Then hack your lungs out and die
Books & Culture' s Book of the Week: Vanity FairSubscriber Access Only
A chronicler of religion plays the straight man
Books & Culture's Book of the Week: History Repeats Itself, Sort ofSubscriber Access Only
How the fate of Eugene McCarthy's insurgency against LBJ sheds light on the 2004 presidential campaign.
'I'm Not in It for the Money'Subscriber Access Only
The digital revolution created many wealthy tech-heads. What do they do now?
Leading with ConclusionsSubscriber Access Only
Much of Jesus scholarship is about neither the historical Jesus nor good scholarship.
Books & Culture's Book of the Week: One-Hit WonderSubscriber Access Only
The long swansong of Madalyn Murray O'Hair
Double Indemnity Meets Dead SoulsSubscriber Access Only
A conversation with novelist Richard Dooling
True BelieversSubscriber Access Only
Incoming! The McSweeney's crowd launches a new monthly.
Books & Culture's Book of the Week: The Difference Between Conservatives and ProlifersSubscriber Access Only
"William Saletan unspins, and respins, the abortion debate"
Buffy and the Meaning of LifeSubscriber Access Only
Buffy the Vampire Slayer finally gets some respect. Too bad the life is slowly ebbing out of the show
Truth, Justice, and ...Subscriber Access Only
Some critics of Superman Returns
Peretti's Past DarknessSubscriber Access Only
The best-selling novelist describes the tormented childhood that shaped his imagination.
Street CredSubscriber Access Only
Dave Eggers: The portrait of an artist as a—what?
Tall TalesSubscriber Access Only
Two Christian thrillers rediscover the 'giants' of Genesis 6 (and Enoch).
Your God Is Too SmallSubscriber Access Only
An ironic skeptic scolds believers for domesticating the deity.
And the Next Thing Is...Subscriber Access Only
Marxism (or not).
Herbie Goes BananasSubscriber Access Only
The rise and fall and rise and fall and rise of the VW Beetle

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