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The sign of the cross is a reminder of whose we are.
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Two sharply contrasting perspectives on Bible translation.
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"In City: Urbanism and Its End, a new history of New Haven, Connecticut, the city (in its late 19th-century form) is an ambiguous heaven-and the suburbs that relentlessly followed are hell. Which leaves us where, exactly?"
The Contemplative ChristianSubscriber Access Only
Eugene Peterson calls believers to a life lived with wholeness, honesty, without contrivance—against the grain of much that's currently driving the church in America
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Are today's kinda culpas more safe than sorry?
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A Pulitzer Prize-winning historian looks at the origins of modern media.
Communicating CommunicationSubscriber Access Only
A roundup from the National Communication Association's annual convention.
Ethnic Cleansing, Genocide, and Plain Old MurderSubscriber Access Only
What Tony Campolo and the State Department mean in recent comments about Palestine and Sudan.
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"Tune in this week to Frederick Wiseman's PBS documentary, Domestic Violence, to see some real survivors."
Keeping Holy Ground HolySubscriber Access Only
A new survey suggests that seekers are not looking for user-friendly, mall-like buildings.

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I Assumed Science Had All the Answers. Then I Started Asking Questions
I Assumed Science Had All the Answers. Then I Started Asking Inconvenient Questions.
My journey from atheist dogma to Christian faith was paved with intellectual and spiritual surprises.

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