New today from the Century:
- Christina Fleming remembers the Nairobi embassy bombing: "'Nairobi has been bombed,' said Amina Bakari, my Kenyan host mother. I had planned visit the embassy that morning, but I'd woken up late."
- Wes Granberg-Michaelson on the new face of urban ecumenism: "Many cities contain an almost fully representative presence of world Christianity. These are new laboratories for global Christian unity." (subscription required)
- Heath Carter on the rapid "revitalization" of American cities
- Bob Cornwall reviews Douglas John Hall (subscription required)
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