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A good look at the Good Book

A good look at the Good Book

By Gene Edward Veith & Lynn Vincent
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Special Issue | Teaching the Bible in public schools just got easier

Critical-care nurses

Critical-care nurses

By Lynn Vincent
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Special Issue | They may not have responsibility for critically ill patients, but school nurses do sometimes treat students facing life-threatening problems-and Christian…

Self-worth the hard way

Self-worth the hard way

By Marvin Olasky
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Special Issue | Bestselling author Michael Lewis on how teachers and coaches can help kids earn it

A matter of taste

A matter of taste

By Jamie Dean
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Special Issue | What's student life like at theologically conservative Christian colleges? WORLD sent three reporters in their 20s to stay in dorms, eat at cafeterias, and…

Faithful and true?

By Gene Edward Veith
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Special Issue | WORLD kicks off a three-issue "Back to School" series with a panel of experts discussing the state of Christian colleges

Parental prerogatives

Parental prerogatives

By Lynn Vincent
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Special Issue | With a growing number of voucher and tax-credit programs, 2005 has been the "most successful year yet" for advocates of school choice

Two-edged swords

By Lynn Vincent
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Special Issue | It's shaping up to be a lively fall for public-school Bible curricula as publishers and interest groups do battle

Foretastes of heaven

By Gene Edward Veith
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Special Issue | An upcoming Narnia movie means rich new book releases

Clerical mysteries

Clerical mysteries

By Lauren F. Winner
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Special Issue | The greatest mystery is why the genre's minister-detectives are so liberal

Birth of the biotech religion

Birth of the biotech religion

By Marvin Olasky
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Special Issue | Scientists and ethicists explore the brave new frontier of cyborg citizens, transhuman democracies, altered embryos, and tropical hair

Virtue and its opposite

Virtue and its opposite

By Marvin Olasky
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Special Issue | Author Philip Caputo explores Africa, jihad, fanaticism, and faith

'Mo-om, I'm bo-ored'

'Mo-om, I'm bo-ored'

By Susan Olasky
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Special Issue | Looking for reading ideas for summer-sated middle schoolers? Here are a few suggestions

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