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J.R.R. Tolkien: Did You Know?Subscriber Access Only
Windows on the life and work of J.R.R. Tolkien
Missionary Tales from the Iraqi FrontSubscriber Access Only
"The modern Anglican mission to Iraq met with initial success, but its story sounds a cautionary note"
John Paul II's Canonization CannonSubscriber Access Only
Why and how this pope has made over 470 saints
Pastor to the NationSubscriber Access Only
Newton responded to thousands of requests for spiritual counsel with letters advising the lowly and the great.
Innocent's Corrupted CrusadeSubscriber Access Only
Good intentions couldn't stop Innocent III's crusade from going horribly wrong.
Pilgrims and Exiles: Recommended ResourcesSubscriber Access Only
More Anabaptist insider information
Revisiting the Pagan Olympic GamesSubscriber Access Only
New scholarship on the ancient Olympics reminds Christians why Emperor Theodosius outlawed the event so many centuries ago.
Hajj, Feasts, and PilgrimageSubscriber Access Only
Why Muslims, Jews, and Christians still yearn for their holy places.
A Problematic Partnership?Subscriber Access Only
Would the Spanish friars of California's historic missions have lobbied for the separation of church and state?
Learning from the MastersSubscriber Access Only
The modern worship movement, with its me-focused lyrics and shallow choruses, could take a cue from some of the great hymn writers of yesteryear.
Christians & Muslims: A Gallery of Spiritual WarriorsSubscriber Access Only
As their brethren attacked Muslim fortresses, these evangelistic crusaders fought for Muslim souls.
The Prospect Terrified MeSubscriber Access Only
Apolo Kivebulaya, a convert from Islam, bravely preached to witch doctors, hostile chieftains, and Pygmy tribes.
From Beer to Bibles to VBSSubscriber Access Only
How America got its favorite summer tradition
Outsider's Guide to America's AnabaptistsSubscriber Access Only
Making sense of the colorful, complex tapestry of Amish, Mennonites, and Brethren.
When God—or Allah—Is in the DetailsSubscriber Access Only
What do Islamic sharia law and the colonial Massachusetts' Puritan experiment have in common?
Courting the Catholic VoterSubscriber Access Only
A new book tells the fascinating story of how America's Catholics decided past elections.
Tsunami Catastrophe: "Let My Heart Be Broken…"Subscriber Access Only
World Vision has changed much over the years, but the vision and compassion of its founder, Bob Pierce, continues to give it heart and soul.

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When I Was a Health Risk to Society
When I Was a Health Risk to Society
My radioactive body brought me shame. But I learned how to bring my fears to the Cross.

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