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Can a divided publishing house stand?

Can a divided publishing house stand?

By Lynde Langdon
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Religion | A Christian publishing group goes from Desiring God to questioning God’s Word

Liberty as secure as your books

Liberty as secure as your books

By D.C. Innes
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Technology | I own books. Many books. They are the tools of my academic trade. But they are also the highways of my political and even spiritual liberty. Access to my…

Slaughtering conventional history’s sacred cows

Slaughtering conventional history’s sacred cows

By Rodney Stark
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Books | An excerpt from Rodney Stark’s How the West Won: The Neglected Story of the Triumph of Modernity

Globe Trot: Will Afghanistan’s election be decided in a back-room deal?

By Mindy Belz
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International | AFGHANISTAN: Perhaps one of the best living photojournalists remembers one who recently died—David Guttenfelder discusses the work of colleague Anja…

Web Reads: Is that a Scrabble-approved word?

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Cheat sheet. Tournament Scrabble players rack up big scores by playing words that most of us don’t know or don’t believe comply with Scrabble rules. The…

God at work when we’re at our worst

God at work when we’re at our worst

By Barbara Duguid
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Books | An excerpt from Barbara Duguid’s Extravagant Grace , a contender for WORLD’s Book of the Year

Bucket List Books: Dostoyevsky’s <em>Crime and Punishment</em>

Bucket List Books: Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Books | It is quite unfortunate how often “Christian” fiction is interpreted to mean “nice” fiction. After all, the gospel (and most of the Bible) is not very…

Notable Books

By Tim Challies
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Books | Four books on popular theology

First pitch

First pitch

By Marvin Olasky
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Books | Books to start another joyful baseball season

Finding God’s mercy in <em>The Bell Jar</em>

Finding God’s mercy in The Bell Jar

By Chelsea Kolz
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Essay | The best kind of book enthralls you and widens your heart in worship to God at the same time. That happened to me this week, and I wasn’t reading Augustine…

Web Reads: Mourning with China’s orphaned parents

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | When an only child dies. What does China’s one-child policy have to do with the disappearance of Flight 370? For many Chinese parents it means the death of…

How to read thoughtfully

How to read thoughtfully

By Emily Whitten
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Books | The Bible and literary criticism

 
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