Jesse James DeConto on first-call church planters, Ann Duncan and Andy Langford on The Hunger Games, Amy Frykholm interviews Ruth Burrows.
Scott Paeth on video games, Kay Northcutt on chronic illness, Richard Lischer on Holy Week.
Christine Pohl on sustainable congregations, Martin Copenhaver on the food movement, Amy Frykholm talks to immigration activist Isabel Castillo.
Rich Melheim and Suzanne Guthrie on faith formation and family, Jesse James DeConto on inmates and seminarians studying together, Steve Thorngate on Amazon and sales tax.
Jonathan Tran on the new black theology, Lauren Winner on anxiety, Jane Donovan on veterans and their pastors.
Stephanie Coontz on sex and marriage rules, college chaplains on hookup culture, Rebekah Miles on Ursula Niebuhr's uncredited writings.
Christina Braudaway-Bauman and Katherine Willis Pershey on clergy peer groups, Frank Honeycutt on Jeremiah, Amy Frykholm interviews Amy DeLong.
Interview with ecologist Sandra Steingraber, Amy Frykholm on spiritual direction, Elizabeth Phillips on Christian Zionists.
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Steve Thorngate on church music, Amy Frykholm on Leymah Gbowee, Barbara Brown Taylor on Advent darkness.
Gary Dorrien on Occupy Wall Street, Benjamin J. Dueholm on the post-Wobegon upper Midwest, James F. McGrath on Jesus mythicism.
Lucy Bregman and Allen Verhey on dying well, Tom Long on why men avoid church, Amy Frykholm interviews Tripoli priest Hamdy Sedky Daoud.
Fall books. Essential books on Job, atonement and children's ministry; best new books on New Testament, world Christianity, American religion and practical theology.
Jana Riess on Mormon assimilation, Heidi Neumark on Hurricane Irene, Peter Marty on pastoral love.
Robert Westbrook on the lack of a new New Deal, Lillian Daniel on the spiritual-not-religious, Wes Granberg-Michaelson on Sen. Mark Hatfield.
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