1. Today on the show, we remember author Madeleine L’Engle.
  2. Today on the Almanac, we remember the saint behind the title of a popular book and miniseries about World War 2.
  3. Today on the show, we remember the religious aspects of the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893.
  4. At the heart of The Idiot is Dostoevsky's confession of faith and the confession of all Christians.
  5. The world hates Jesus because he comes to lead us to love and forgive all, including our enemies.
  6. A few of our staff members have shared what they are looking forward to reading in the coming months below. If you’re looking for titles to fill your own summer reading list, we hope this list is a helpful resource.
  7. Armed with great analogies, airtight logic, and razor sharp wit, Lewis keeps you spellbound from one chapter to another as you find yourself going “further up and further in.”
  8. Each email entry in The Withertongue Emails is intended to compel the reader to stop and think about their pastor, themselves, and their churches.
  9. Maybe it was because I read this book to put myself to sleep. But maybe the lack of any Christian references was part of my sadness.
  10. The problem with sin is that we fail to honor God who wants to take our hearts captive and fill us with his goodness.
  11. When we read a good story, we sojourn with the characters and authors upon the trail of longing. Such is the pilgrim’s path.

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