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The Dark Heart Filled With Light
Augustine's early years reveal an intense, proud, and sensual man who yearned to know truth.
Could a person be saved without knowing Christ? Among the Indians, Edwards began to wonder.
Why C.S. Lewis's books remain models for Christian apologists in the 21st century
The End of Christian Fundamentalism?
Maundy Tuesday, the unreal real St. Patrick, and many other articles from news sources around the world
The Politics of Patrick
In the field of Irish history, every turn of phrase hints at the author's spin
Federal Judge Says City Shouldn't Have Banned 'Jesus Is Alive' Sign
"Stolen Jesuses, changes at Bibleman HQ, and many more religion stories from online sources around the world"
The Invention of Modern Witchcraft
A surprising genealogy of neopaganism.
A Decisive Turn to Paganism
Has the nation finally abandoned its Judeo-Christian heritage, or is there still hope?
The Evangelical Voting Gap
Plus: Bishop responds to pagan priests story, Godless EU constitution signed, and other stories from online sources around the world.
City Erects Pagan Sculpture
ill Quetzalcoatl statue violate Establishment Clause?
CONVERSATIONS: Reaching the 'Happy Pagans'
ARTICLE: Earthquake in the Mainline
After a year of debate and division, a Presbyterian theologian explores what went wrong at last year's controversial Re-Imagining conference.
Saving Celtic Spirituality
Despite the mythmaking, there's a wealth of Christian truth and devotion worth recovering.
Going Deeper:Books on Celtic Christian spirituality.
Books on Celtic Christian spirituality
Alaskan churches debate whether they should reach at-risk youth by using their culture's pre-Christian traditions.
A Plague of Frogs
What Christian critics are saying about What Lies Beneath, Loser, the new Pokémon movie, and other films.
Will Gross-out Humor Gross a Ton at the Box Office?
Reviews of Nutty Professor II, plus What Lies Beneath, and Thomas and the Magic Railroad.
Is Halloween a Witches' Brew?
Or have Christians been spooked out of celebrating a part of their rich tradition?