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It's hard to imagine a Christian public intellectual on the cover of "Time" today. Why is that?
Some see it as crash commercialism. Others as a chance to be gospel salt-and-light in the world.
Google vs Gutenberg. Author Sven Birkerts asks: What is lost in the rush to embrace digital culture?
Is all faith just projection of our "needs" on the cosmos? Or is our longing for something greater than ourselves a sign of truth?
AME founder Richard Allen saw in the 1793 yellow fever epidemic an opportunity to help his fellow citizens and to advocate for equality, writes Rochester Institute of Technology history professor Richard Newman.