Mordechai Beck on the Haredim in Israel, Amy Frykholm on freelance theologian Anna Madsen, the editors on Obama's un-Niebuhrian style.
Book, CD and DVD recommendations; Jason Byassee on Sudanese Episcopalians; Richard A. Kauffman on Henryk Górecki.
Amy Frykholm on the Youth Theological Initiative, Theresa Cho on Korean-American women in the PCUSA, David Ford on how his mind has changed.
R. Stephen Warner on Robert D. Putnam and David E. Campbell's book, Paul Jeffrey on AIDS funding, M. Craig Barnes on deathbed hymn-singing.
Eliza Griswold on Christians and Muslims in Nigeria, Beth Felker Jones on donor conception, Jesse James DeConto on standards for gay clergy.
Fall books. Essential theology books chosen by Stanley Hauerwas, Amos Yong, Emilie M. Townes, Lawrence S. Cunningham, Sarah Coakley, George Hunsinger, Willie James Jennings and Kevin J. Vanhoozer.
Philip Cary on "finding" God's will, Mark J. Allman and Tobias L. Winright on just peace, Lovett H. Weems Jr. on worship attendance.
Scott Bader-Saye on ethical banking, Lillian Daniel on immigration, Barbara Brown Taylor on pain.
Parker J. Palmer on the writing life, Christian Wiman on prayer, Douglas John Hall on how his mind has changed.
Roger Thurow on global hunger, Suzanne Guthrie on the sisters of the Community of the Holy Spirit, Martin B. Copenhaver on Stanley Hauerwas's memoir.
Kenda Creasy Dean on teenagers and faith, John Dart on China and process thought, J. G. Janzen on living with cancer.
John Dart and Kyle Childress on megachurches, M. Craig Barnes on discernment, Krista Tippett on faith that changes over time.
Lawrence Wood and Barbara Wheeler on lay pastors, Martin E. Marty on God's forgetfulness, Barbara Brown Taylor on life before computers.
Amy Frykholm on Karen Armstrong, Ted A. Smith and Amy-Jill Levine on the PCUSA Middle East report, Emilie M. Townes on how her mind has changed.
Amy Frykholm on immigration reform, David Hoekema on religious freedom in Kenya, Ellen F. Davis on the poetry of care and loss.
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