Sex and Violence in the Bible

By Paul Miller on April 14, 2014

The Bible is Rated R.

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Looking Into the Abyss, and Finding a Way Toward Hope

By Christian Hamaker on March 31, 2014

A decidedly non-Reformed look at faith finds sympathy from a Reformed reader.

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Gates Unhinged

By Paul Miller on March 12, 2014

Review of Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War by Robert M. Gates According to the rules of an old Washington parlor game, there is only one thing to do upon the release of a memoir by a former high-profile official:…

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Christian Realism and Democracy

By Paul Miller on February 26, 2014

Reinhold Niehbuhr’s book on what democracy is good for.

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Best Audiobooks 2013

By Christian Hamaker on February 19, 2014

A year of reading with the ears.

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‘Death at the Movies’ is a lively read

By Coyle Neal on February 12, 2014

How this book can help Christians evangelize Buddhists

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The Boys in the Boat

By Guest Contributor on February 5, 2014

Showing up the Nazis in a rowboat.

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Feeling ‘Restless’? There’s an App for That

By Alexis Neal on January 31, 2014

Will following our dreams bring meaning and purpose to our lives? Maybe not.

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Winston Churchill’s Improbable Life

By Paul Miller on January 27, 2014

The biography of Winston Churchill will make you feel inadequate, grateful, and inspired.

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Alexis’s Best Reads of 2013

By Alexis Neal on January 6, 2014

Looking for something to read in 2014? Here are a few recommendations.

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