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New today from the Century: Rodney Clapp on George Saunders, Steve Thorngate on Ingrid Loyau-Kennett's nonviolent heroism, more.
I’ve seen a bumper sticker that says, “What would Atticus do?”—a tribute to Atticus Finch, the saintly lawyer in To Kill a Mockingbird.
Having finished watching (via Netflix) six seasons of the BBC TV series Foyle’s War, I’m ready to slap on a “What would Christopher Foyle do?” sticker.
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New today from the Century: Sam Wells on the people who sleep outside his church, Dennis O'Brien reviews A. C. Grayling, more.
New today from the Century: MaryAnn McKibben Dana on the tornado in Oklahoma, Beth Felker Jones on the Lizzie Bennet Diaries, more.
New today from the Century: Will Willimon on interfaith marriage, Carol Howard Merritt on getting outside the church's doors, more.
New today from the Century: Jen Bradbury on youth ministry and sticky faith, Jeffrey Johnson reviews Kent Haruf, more.
New today from the Century: Disability and gifts, Pentecost as protest, more.
New today from the Century: Sara Maitland and Debra Bendis on the discipline of silence, Mark Edwards on the WCC and "responsible freedom," more.
New today from the Century: Paul Jeffry on Sudan, John Kiess on Tsarnaev's burial, more.
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