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The Immaculate Subversion

The second installment of my Vocolo (Chicago Public Radio) conversation with host Brian Babylon is now available. Last Friday we

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Weird Names (Like Mine) Are Winners

Barack Obama has changed everything. No, I’m not talking about the economy, foreign relations, or the health care system. President

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Teaching Religion in Public Schools

Next month I will be participating on a panel with a Jewish rabbi, a secular humanist, a Muslim, and a

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Cosmo-Christians

Last year during the presidential campaign, an interesting trend was observed. The Christian segment of the population once believed to

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McDonalds vs. McCurry

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A Christian Response to the “Ground Zero Mosque”

[NOTE: This post originally appeared on The Washington Post‘s “On Faith” website.] Governmental, religious, and cultural leaders on all sides

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Skye Jethani on Consumerism & Church Design

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The Daisy Cutter Doctrine

On Wednesday (09/09/09), Leadership Network and Catalyst hosted an online event called “The Nines.” It featured 9 hours of 9

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Why Are Christian Movies So Bad?

Scott Nehring has an article at Relevant asking a great question: why are Christian movies so bad? He describes Christian

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