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2012: A School OdysseySubscriber Access Only
Baylor strives to go where no Christian university has gone before—in ten years
The Wireless GospelSubscriber Access Only
Sixty-two years ago, Back to the Bible joined the radio revolution; now it is finding new media for its old message. A case study in evangelicals' love affiar with communications technology
No Luddites HereSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals have (almost) always been quick to adopt communications technologies.
Hymns on MTVSubscriber Access Only
Combining mainstream appeal with spiritual depth, Jars of Clay is shaking up Contemporary Christian Music.
Hollywood’s Renegade ApostleSubscriber Access Only
Unless films like The Apostle succeed, other worthy motion pictures stand little chance of being produced.
God and the Water SlideSubscriber Access Only
"Christian camping is bigger than ever, but some rituals never change"
BOOKS: Roots of the Chinese ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Still Wrestling with the DevilSubscriber Access Only
A visit with Jimmy Swaggart ten years after his fall.
Fundamentalist With FlairSubscriber Access Only
"Cantankerous Carl McIntire protested against nearly every major expression of 20th-century Christianity, and always with a flourish"
Jar Boys Meet Sgt. PepperSubscriber Access Only
If I Left the Zoo is even more daring than Jar's first two recordings.
The Kinkade CrusadeSubscriber Access Only
America's most collected artist is a Christian who seeks to sabotage Modernism by painting beauty, sentiment, and the memory of Eden.
Why the Bishops Went to ValdostaSubscriber Access Only
In deepest Georgia, a Pentecostal congregation goes high church.
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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