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EDITORIAL: Confessions of an Editor
1984 50 Years Later
Stop the spinning, I'm getting dizzy.
In the Beginning Was the Holocaust?
Blasphemy, rage, memory, and meaning of the Shoah
A Peculiar People
The uniqueness of the Jews
Is God a Body-Snatcher?
The restless intelligence of philosopher Peter van Inwagen.
"To Poland, for an Evening"
"Once in a great while, a film like Kieslowski's The Decalogue discovers how to transport an audience."
"Give Me Your Muslims, Your Hindus, Your Eastern Orthodox, Yearning to Breathe Free"
Immigration's long-ignored effect on American religion is garnering much attention from scholars
Looking for the Soul of CBA
Nearly anything that can be said about Christian publishing is true to some extent, thanks to the industry's ever-enlarging territory.
Autumn Books
Some that stand out in this season's plenty.
The Grove Press Bible
A former porn publisher gets in the Good Book biz
The Best Books of 1999
I Read the News Today
Finding the most important story in headlines' sum
Who in Hell?
Theologian John Sanders considers the eternal fate of non-Christians
Barna & Bailey
The Greatest Research Show on Earth?
The Culture of Euphemism
A dispatch from the Christian Booksellers Association convention.
Election Eve
Why isn't anyone focusing on those who simply won't bother to vote?
Science Goes Postmodern
David Foster Wallace creates math melodrama with his essay-review
Disturbing the Peace
Is art always subversive when it's doing its job?
Not Just Looking
Books for the eye.
The Top Ten Books of 2005
A charming bedside miscellany, a new novel by P. D. James, and much more.

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