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My year in books

My year in books

By Amy Henry
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Books | They were the best of books, they were the worst of books . . . welcome to my 2010 reading lowdown: My Life in France , by Julia Child: As delightfully sassy and…

Job description amended

By Andrée Seu
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Faith & Inspiration | My job description is starting to change. It's funny, I have been resisting it for quite some time now, thinking that my resistance was godly, only to realize…

Uncommon eloquence

Uncommon eloquence

By Ken Blackwell
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Congress | I had the privilege of attending the swearing-in of the 112th Congress this week. I came in from Ohio to see our Buckeye favorite son, John Boehner, take in…

Wolves in shepherds' clothing

Wolves in shepherds' clothing

By Marcia Segelstein
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Religion | On New Year's Day, the Right Rev. Thomas Shaw, bishop for the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, solemnized the lesbian marriage of two Episcopal…

Confronting blasphemy

By Tony Woodlief
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Religion | Dorothy Sayers said more than once that before a person rejects Christian dogma, he ought to at least understand what it is. This came to mind when I ran…

Tragedy in Tucson

Tragedy in Tucson

By Emily Belz
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Shooting | Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is shot and a federal judge and five others killed outside an Arizona grocery store

Facing tragedy

Facing tragedy

By Emily Belz
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Shooting | Newly elected House Speaker John Boehner faces his first test

In mourning

In mourning

By Megan Basham
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Shooting | The Tucson community and the nation at large remember the victims of Saturday's tragedy

Religion and Congress

Religion and Congress

By Lee Wishing
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Religion | A new study from the Pew Research Center Forum on Religion & Public Life reveals that the last election "had little effect on the religious composition of…

Can this city be saved?

Can this city be saved?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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National | A series of photos from the British newspaper The Guardian is making its way around the internet. Titled "Detroit in Ruins," the photos are both sad and…

A vote to secede

A vote to secede

By Emily Belz
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Sudan | After decades of civil war, southern Sudanese citizens vote on their own independence

Seeking moral clarity

Seeking moral clarity

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | In the aftermath of the senseless wounding of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., and the murder of six others, including U.S. District Judge John Roll and…

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