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Bigtime Christian fiction

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Books | John Grisham gets explicit with his faith in his latest bestseller, as Frederick Buechner earns critical acclaim

Books: The fictional Antichrist

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Books | Does Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins's bestseller reduce Christianity to a comic book?

As seen on television

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Culture | Oprah's discovery propels Christian author Bret Lott into the limelight with a pro-life work of fiction

Books: Realism, struggle, faith

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Books | Bret Lott's Jewel shows that a novelist can be both fully Christian and fully professional

Books: Much ado about juveniles

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Books | Comparing a Judy Blume novel to real literature

Books: A formerly good writer

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Books | Vonnegut has nothing left but his humanism

Books: The dismal science

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Books | How to make worldwide disaster uninteresting

Books: Redemptive fiction

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Books | An apocalyptic novel that combines Sci-Fi, the western, and allegory transcends its flaws

Books: Black hats, white hats

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Books | Oprah picks a trite, bigoted, badly written book

Books: Fictionalizing Jesus

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Books | Contemporary writers show devotion to the Christs they've fashioned into their own image

Publishing, perishing

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Economy | Both Christian and secular publishers are giving in to the same economic pressures

Books: Just what he did

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Books | After nearly 900 pages of Billy Graham's autobiography, the reader will know very little about the evangelist

 
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