One to take on vacation and two for the shelf at home.
The Baader-Meinhof Group and the quasi-religious character of terrorism.
Two novels about Alzheimer's disease.
A plea to evangelical Christians to get serious about loving gay people.
Contemplating the cult TV sensation in the wake of its penultimate season finale.
The faith of Kentucky mining communities.
How will you obey the Great Commission today?
Michael R. Stevens
Baseball preview, 2009 edition.
The powerful witness of Richard John Neuhaus' last book.
Seeing children as a gift, not a carefully managed asset.
Stephen H. Webb
Freedom, necessity, and God.
A superb chronicle of the slave rebellion led by Spartacus.
Karen Swallow Prior
An outsider's view of Liberty University and the faith it embodies.
A novel about Eve and her brood.
The aftermath of a Good Friday murder raises disturbing questions for an Anglican vicar who doesn't believe in the physical reality of the Resurrection.
Amos N. Jones
A biography of Booker T. Washington defends his life and legacy.
Toni Morrison's mending.
A concise and witty but finally unpersuasive dual portrait of George Orwell and Evelyn Waugh.
The story behind pro football's first superstar and the rise of the NFL.