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The Living Bible Reborn: Tyndale's 50th Anniversary
From the Living Bible to the New Living Translation.
Dictionary of the Future
Trendspotter Faith Popcorn on the words that will define our tomorrow
'Must Be Superstition'
Rediscovering spiritual reality.
'Nebuchadnezzar My Slave'
Was the Holocaust God's will?
Books of the Year
The top ten. (OK-make that twelve.)
Examining Peacocke's Plumage
"The winner of the 2001 Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion rejects everything resembling Christian orthodoxy, but that doesn't stop him from co-opting the language."
"DiIulio Keeps Explaining, But Is Anyone Listening?"
"At a media luncheon in Washington about Bush's faith-based initiatives, answered questions get asked one more time"
Taken Up in Glory
"The Ascension has been forgotten in many Protestant churches, jettisoning an essential part of the Christian story."
Shrekked
Why are readers responding passionately about a simple film review?
Memorable Memoirs
"Whether telling us about the Spirit in the South or the crumbling atheism of a Chinese immigrant, these books provide windows into others' lives."
Covering Islam
Getting beyond the feel-good bromides
Beyond Belief?
Nobel Prize-winner V.S. Naipaul's accounts of Islam presuppose the superiority of modern skepticism.
Why There Are Seven Chronicles of Narnia
A British scholar discovers the hidden design of C.S. Lewis' perennially popular series.
Can We Talk?
A project sponsored by Gordon College's Center for Christian Studies offers models for constructive engagement across lines of division.
It Takes a Village to Raise a Child...
… but for an abortion, you only need a doctor and a nurse or two.
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary?
Experiencing Marian devotion as a Protestant
Play Ball
Baseball, leisure, and worship.
Death of an Evolutionist
RIP Stephen Jay Gould
Unintelligent Debate
It's time to cool the rhetoric in the Intelligent Design dispute.
Divine Comedies
A report on Baylor's Art & Soul conference, version 2005.

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