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The reclamation of liberalism

The reclamation of liberalism

What conservative Fareed Zakaria and democratic-socialist James Luther Adams have in common.

John Weston | 9/1/2003 | September/October 2003

Power, religious faith, and social change

Power, religious faith, and social change

Two books take up the knotty challenge of citizen participation and the democratic process.

Rosemary Bray McNatt | 3/1/2003 | March/April 2003

Religious dialogue in a divided world

Religious dialogue in a divided world

Khaled Abou El Fadl calls for Muslim dialogue; Yossi Klein Halevi looks for interfaith partners in Israel and Palestine.

Christopher L. Walton | 1/1/2003 | January/February 2003

An urgent encounter with Islam

An urgent encounter with Islam

A reading list in the aftermath of 9/11.

Rosemary Bray McNatt | 1/1/2002 | January/February 2002

'Fist Stick Knife Gun' as a graphic novel

'Fist Stick Knife Gun' as a graphic novel

Geoffrey Canada's memoir adapted by artist Jamar Nicholas.

Christopher L. Walton | Winter 2010

Books to honor great occasions

Books to honor great occasions

Four new books celebrating life's passages.

Christopher L. Walton, Kenneth Sutton | Spring 2006

Passionate, unfiltered voices about ministry

Passionate, unfiltered voices about ministry

New book about congregations and ministers working together.

Kenneth Sutton | Fall 2007

The wellspring of American nature writing

The wellspring of American nature writing

Walden remains uncannily ‘addressed to our condition exactly,’ 150 years after its publication.

Richard Higgins | July/August 2004

Little books about big stuff

Little books about big stuff

A new series of children's books from the team that produced 'uu&me!' magazine.

Sonja L. Cohen | Summer 2014

Charles Dickens and the notion of evil

Charles Dickens and the notion of evil

Although his true villains are never redeemed, Dickens' novels demonstrate that good wins in the end.

Susan Jhirad | Winter 2014

Uh oh: We are what we eat

Uh oh: We are what we eat

Michael Pollan's 'Omnivore's Dilemma' challenges our eating habits.

Kenneth Sutton | Winter 2006

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