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Christian Fiction

No Life In LifeWay? A Story Of Christians Failing To Create Culture

Cameron Nations | Posted 09.09.2012 | Religion
Cameron Nations

The mainstream evangelical church in the U.S. often fails to encompass the complete range of human experience. It produces almost no art, nothing culturally noteworthy in any fashion.

Speaking Out Is Complicated (And So Is Staying Silent)

Brian D. McLaren | Posted 06.14.2012 | Religion
Brian D. McLaren

What do you do when you aren't comfortable being outspoken, aren't comfortable being silent and aren't comfortable being uncomfortably in between? For me, that's meant a foray into comic short fiction

The Rise of Traditionalist Fiction in America

Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez | Posted 08.14.2011 | Books
Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez

Many in publishing say chick lit is dead. I don't agree. Rather, I think chick lit has given up Friday night cocktails for Sunday morning services.

The Mystery Behind The Missing Years Of Jesus

Jeffrey Small | Posted 07.27.2011 | Religion
Jeffrey Small

We actually know very little about the life of Jesus, a fact not often discussed by church leaders. What experiences might have shaped Jesus into the man he became?

The Noetic Value of Fiction

Eric Simpson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Eric Simpson

Fiction has the capacity to indirectly provoke us to begin to see the presence of God in all things, and to understand the world of temporal matter as an epiphany of the eternal, spiritual realm.