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Monday, September 16 2013

‘We Sinners’ Is Timeless in Its Religious Implications and Political Relevance

The 'we' in this title is simultaneously misleading and on point; there is no 'we' here, though if there' s one thing that can conceivably unite these broken people, it's their weighty, portentous view of sin.


Sunday, July 14 2013

How Much Will You Pay for Some Christian Comfort? ‘Thieves in the Temple’

Thieves in the Temple offers a critique of the modern-day 'feel good' Christian church in America that rings true even as it feels incomplete.


Sunday, February 3 2013

‘Pray the Gay Away’: On Being Beaten with the Bible Belt

A mother attempting to stab her own daughter, an exorcism, a school suspending a student -- author Bernadette Barton describes growing up in the religious South.


Thursday, February 7 2008

Headshots 4 Jesus

In its quest to be seen as a legitimate way of life among a legion of detractors, the Christian Church has turned to alternative methods of getting its point across.


Thursday, September 13 2007

The Preacher and the Presidents by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy

The result is a hypnotic read about the turbulent nature of public life.


Monday, June 18 2007

The Physics of Christianity by Frank Tipler

Tulane professor thinks modern physics has confirmed Christianity -- from the Virgin Birth through the Turin Shroud and walking on water to the Resurrection -- in detail.


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