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  • 07/02/2006

    By Sharon Fujimoto-Johnson The late Jewish writer Chaim Potok (1929-2002) is probably best known for his novels, many of which explore the struggle to reconcile religion and modernity. Potok was...

  • 06/29/2006

    Today, the man President Bush calls “the pope” delivered an incisive speech articulating a principled way forward in the American debate over faith and public life. I saw it four rows away, and it...

  • 06/27/2006
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    Faith in Context writes: "For those who believe in the Anabaptist tradition of counter-cultural faith expressed in a wholistic mission, a new book by David Augsburger is probably the best...

  • 06/24/2006
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    By Sharon Fujimoto-Johnson Intruding Upon the TimelessI'm reading Intruding Upon the Timeless, a collection of meditations on art, faith, and mystery by Gregory Wolfe, founder and editor of Image...

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