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In Philadelphia, a Pastor Turned Business Owner and Accidental Arts Patron
How Paul Stone revived one factory and opened it to his neighbors.
Kay Warren Talks to CT about Her Battle with Depression
Why the Saddleback Church co-founder's newest book says happiness isn't enough.
How We Can Harness the New Domesticity Without Diminishing Women
Keeping house is part of God's work, too.
Inviting Christ to the Dinner Table
A conversation with theologian Norman Wirzba, author of 'Food and Faith: A Theology of Eating'.
The King's Speech and Doulas
What King George VI's speech therapist, Lionel Logue, and I have in common.
A Labor of Love: The Birth Doula
Caring for new moms starts in the delivery room.
Remembering Robert Farrar Capon
The Episcopal priest and author died last week at age 88.
Keeping the Christmas In Christmas
It’s not holiday celebrations that need toning down; it’s the rest of the year.
Vaccines and Other Life-Saving Gifts from God
Why rejecting modern medicine runs contrary to Christian tradition.
Let's Be Honest: Labor Is Trauma
As a doula and a mother, I know from experience that labor requires intense suffering.
Love Your Neighbor. Get Your Vaccines.
How getting routine shots benefits not just you but your entire community.
Why Marilynne Robinson, Narrative Calvinist, Doesn't Fear Fox News
Our current political and religious climate betrays a fear of other people and impending threat, says the author of 'Gilead'.
Should Christians Take Antidepressants?: A Response
I've never heard Christians protest relieving the pain of childbirth. So why would they protest relieving major depression?
When Child Discipline Becomes Abuse
Inside the book that has recently been cited in three cases of child murder.
Churning Butter in Bonnets with Laura Ingalls Wilder
Wendy McClure's 'The Wilder Life' answers why we all wanted to live the pioneer life of 'Little House on the Prairie'.
'Hallelujah' Comes to the Food Court
Why one performance of Handel's 'Messiah' has attracted an audience of over 7 million.
A Time to Die
Americans have forgotten the art of dying.
Things Broke People Do
We're not the only ones responsible for our financial state.
Sizing Ourselves Up
For women, arbitrary clothing sizes further distort our body image.
Hope for Women in Hell
Rescued from the sex trade, Anny Donewald now seeks to rescue others.

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Marilynne Robinson’s Latest Novel Probes Predestination and Grace
Marilynne Robinson’s Latest Novel Probes the Mysteries of Predestination and Grace
Jack Boughton, the wayward pastor’s son, is a central character. So is Jesus.

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