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News, reviews, and author interviews

Hello, darkness

By Emily Whitten
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Books | Teenagers and the literature of hopelessness and suicide

How do you grieve well after the death of a child?

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Radio talk show host JJ Jasper had a great life. He was a syndicated radio personality, a successful author, and a happily married father of five. His life…

Loving a love poem, learning about the Bible

Loving a love poem, learning about the Bible

By Kevin DeYoung
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Books | Pastor Kevin DeYoung wants us to embrace every bit of God’s Word

Weekend Reads: Evangelism to kings and through creativity

Weekend Reads: Evangelism to kings and through creativity

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | Christ’s Kingdom Commission: The Strategic Importance of Evangelism to “Kings and All in Authority” By David J. Andersen The ministry of the Isaianic…

Pennsylvania issues draft notices, a century late

By Allie Hulcher
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Newsworthy | A roundup of wacky news

Weekend Reads: Death in a church, life in a believer

Weekend Reads: Death in a church, life in a believer

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | Autopsy of a Deceased Church: 12 Ways to Keep Yours Alive By Thom Rainer I go to a dying church. In fact, my congregation will almost certainly close in less…

Examining the ‘new critics’ of Genesis

Examining the ‘new critics’ of Genesis

By Hugh Ross
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Books | Some new interpretations of the creation account are ingenious—but are they true?

Starbucks and tears: How Andrew Peterson finishes a book

Starbucks and tears: How Andrew Peterson finishes a book

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Andrew Peterson was a struggling songwriter with a passion for Rich Mullins music when the Christian band Caedmon’s Call asked him to open for their shows…

Notable Books

By Emily Whitten
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Books | Time travel books for kids and adults

‘Wisdom journalists’

By Marvin Olasky
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Books | Author acknowledges a lack of media objectivity, but his solution means more propaganda

Web Reads: Finding meaning, purpose, and joy in work

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | The joy of work. Chris Horst has a brother with special needs who works at Costco. In this blog post he describes the difference that job has made to his…

Why God is not a schoolyard bully

Why God is not a schoolyard bully

By Donald J. Johnson
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2014 Books Issue | An excerpt from WORLD’s Book of the Year runner-up in popular theology

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