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Elusive forgiveness

Elusive forgiveness

By Emily Belz
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Arts | The Death of Klinghoffer offers a pro-Palestinian bias

Marching downhill

Marching downhill

By William McCleery
Posted

Culture | Even without public approval, homosexual activists build momentum

A singing Hamlet

A singing Hamlet

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Culture | The Met pays homage to Shakespeare

A second wind

A second wind

By Makoto Fujimura
Posted

Culture | NEA chair Dana Gioia helps one New York artist find a new lease on creativity

Modern man of letters

Modern man of letters

By Russ Pulliam
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Culture | NEA chairman Dana Gioia took a bequest of books seriously enough to shape forever his life and art

Bible basics

Bible basics

By Lynn Vincent
Posted

Education | Two programs to teach Scripture in public schools move ahead

Baylor boot

Baylor boot

By Mark Bergin
Posted

Education | Academia is no friend to conservative Christian views-even at a Southern Baptist university

R is for Religion

By Gene Edward Veith
Posted

Culture | Christianity is joining bad language, nudity, and gore as an element that movie ratings warn us against

String unattached

By Edward E. Plowman
Posted

Culture | The government cannot force faith-based charitable organizations that receive federal funding to

The Anglican time bomb

The Anglican time bomb

By Edward E. Plowman
Posted

Culture | At immediate issue for conservatives is the widening acceptance of gay sex by leaders of Anglicanism in the West

Quite contrary

By Edward E. Plowman
Posted

Culture | With a new consensus statement on the Virgin Mary, the Anglican side appeared to concede everything, the Catholic side nothing

How firm a foundation?

By Edward E. Plowman
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Culture | The ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State are challenging government funding of faith-based community-service programs

 
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