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Weekend Reads: Surveys of history and literature

Weekend Reads: Surveys of history and literature

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Books | The World of Jesus: Making Sense of the People and Places of Jesus’ Day By William H. Marty Have you ever sat down with William Whiston’s translation of…

Weekend Reads: The state of Mormonism and evangelicalism

Weekend Reads: The state of Mormonism and evangelicalism

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Books | Professors J.B. Haws and Calvin Miller have good news and bad news. The former, a devout Mormon who teaches at Brigham Young University, has just released a…

Weekend Reads: Good guys vs. bad guys

Weekend Reads: Good guys vs. bad guys

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Books | Empire of Bones By N.D. Wilson The five Library of Congress subject headings (Secret Societies, Supernatural, Brothers and Sisters, Apprentices, Magic) hardly…

Weekend Reads: Enjoying the good things of this life

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Books | The Christian Family By Herman Bavinck First published a century ago, Herman Bavinck’s Het Christelijk Huisgezin has finally been translated from Dutch and…

Weekend Reads: On atheists, the Catholic Church, and freedom from porn

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Weekend Reads: Two views of the 20th century

Weekend Reads: Two views of the 20th century

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Books | Bernard Lewis, a Jewish scholar, was born in London in 1916. His memoir, therefore, is accurately titled Notes on a Century (Viking Adult, 2012). It is a…

Weekend Reads: Interwoven Gospels and Calvinistic mercy ministry

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Weekend Reads: Distilling God and preaching the gospel

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Weekend Reads: Military motivation and lessons on living

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Weekend Reads: Jesus, Boaz, and an unusual Baptist preacher

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Weekend Reads: Clean living in this dirty-minded world

Weekend Reads: Clean living in this dirty-minded world

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Books | Soul Detox: Clean Living in a Contaminated World (Zondervan, 2012) deftly challenges the American church’s saturation with things we think we can handle.

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