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Theology served family-style

By Janie B. Cheaney & Hayley Schoeppler
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Children’s Books of the Year | Author Marty Machowski explains why he wrote a systematic theology book for children

Best nonfiction

Best nonfiction

By Janie B. Cheaney & Betsy Farquhar
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Children’s Books of the Year | Give Me Wings: How a Choir of Former Slaves Took on the World Kathy Lowinger [image|number=2|float=right]Even though the surrender of the Confederacy in 1865…

The cowboy in autumn

The cowboy in autumn

By Marvin Olasky
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Children’s Books of the Year | Spending a week with Hank the Cowdog creator John R. Erickson

Slavery with a smile?

Slavery with a smile?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Children’s Books of the Year | The birthday cake that became a conflagration

The past and its sins

By The Editors
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Children’s Books of the Year | Controversy over author G.A. Henty raises the question: How should we teach history?

Storyteller essentials: Q&A with John R. Erickson

Storyteller essentials: Q&A with John R. Erickson

By Marvin Olasky
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Children’s Books of the Year | To tell a good tale, you need to do more than just write

All in your head

By Emily Belz
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Virtual Reality | Believers in virtual reality think it will be the new cinematic medium. Skeptics think it could crumble under its own hype

False profits

False profits

By Jamie Dean
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Transgenderism | Many corporations that denounce bathroom protections and religious liberty laws cash in on millions in state subsidies. Is losing their business really such a…

Identity crisis

By Sophia Lee
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Adoption | A law meant to protect Native American children is instead tearing them away from the only families they have known

The final fall

By Mindy Belz
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Books | In an excerpt from her new book, senior editor Mindy Belz recounts the 2014 fall of Iraq’s Nineveh Plains, an ancient home for Christians and Jews, to…

Consider the source

Consider the source

By Emily Belz
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Books | Recent plagiarism scandals have persuaded some Christian publishers to work harder at keeping unoriginal writing out of print

Courtroom storm

By Lynn Vincent
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Media | A flood of lawsuits involving TBN and members of the Crouch family continues into a fourth year

 
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