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An evangelical critique of An Evangelical Declaration Against Torture.
Still recovering from civil war, but looking forward.
A mother's long–deferred revelation to her children lies at the heart of Graham Swift's new novel.
From "Molecules That Matter" to free-market environmentalists.
Joseph Epstein is back with another collection of superb essays.
Plus: news from Baylor University, music from Peter Case, and more.
Damned if you don't, damned if you don't.
A strong second novel from the author of The Dive from Clausen's Pier.
Public radio host Krista Tippett models constructive conversation.
Tired of blustering atheists and triumphalist Christians? Here's an alternative.
The "information flood" has a longer history than we suppose.
Your only son commits murder and is sentenced to life without parole. How do you go on?
With Jack Kerouac, Jean Bernard (a priest who spent time at Dachau), and Daniel Berrigan.
Dogma, discipline, and the seven-day ride.
Novelist Barbara Kingsolver and her family undertake a grand experiment.
Letting what is broken also be beautiful.
And more on the gospel in political captivity: avoid stupid arguments.
A report on the 2007 conference of Christians in the Visual Arts.
A study of Old Order Amish and Mennonite schools should provoke us to rethink Christian schooling more generally.
Can we talk?
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