2006: The Year in Books
Good and bad signage on the information superhighway.
The Top Ten Books of 2006 and the Book of the Year.
Kirk Varnedoe's posthumously published celebration of abstract art should be pondered by Christian culture-critics.
The return of Perry Mason.
How to think about chess.
Confessions of a Democrat-Skeptic.
Is there any hope for a once-great American newspaper?
"When the Lord made me, he made a ramblin' man."
Don't just complain about "the culture"—find the good stuff.
"Infinity always gives me vertigo."
Richard Ford concludes his trilogy about Frank Bascombe, first introduced in The Sportwriter.
What can we learn from David Kuo's memoir of a Christian in the corridors of power?
How the iPod became "the most familiar, and certainly the most desirable, new object of the twenty-first century."
Mary Oliver's Thirst.
Two books, taking divergent approaches, offer complementary understandings of suicide.
Beeson Divinity School hosts a tribute to J. I. Packer.
Andrew Sullivan's catechism.
Andy Crouch writes back to Edward O. Wilson.