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The Briefing 08-15-13

Egyptian government cracks down on protests; U.S. Attempting to broker Israeli/Palestinian talks; 50 Shades author makes $95 million providing pornography to new population segment; Same-Sex…Read this essay →

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Rest in Print, Britannica: An Elegy for an Encyclopedia

And then they were no more. Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc. announced Tuesday that it would no longer offer its venerable reference set in a printed edition....Read this essay →

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The Survival of the Book — A Word from James Billington

James H. Billington, the nation's Librarian of Congress, writes in today's edition of The Washington Post about the survival of books. The occasion is the...Read this essay →

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The Scandal of Gendercide — War on Baby Girls

The reality has been known for years now, though the Western media have generally resisted any direct coverage of the horror. That changed this week...Read this essay →

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Giving the Nook a Good Look

Just before Christmas I took delivery of a new Nook, the dedicated e-reader recently released by Barnes & Noble. Just having a Nook was something...Read this essay →

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The Kindle Experience — A Personal Report

Books are a major part of my daily life. As I write this, I am surrounded by many thousands of books, each with its own...Read this essay →

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Words From the Fire — Just Released From Moody Publishers

The great philosophical crisis of our day is an epistemological crisis – a crisis of knowing and a crisis of knowledge. It is a challenge...Read this essay →

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The NIV Announcement — A Statement

The announcement of a new project involving the New International Version of the Bible [NIV] is certain to attract a good deal of interest, both...Read this essay →

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Desire and Deceit — New Book Now Available

My new book, Desire and Deceit: The Real Cost of the New Sexual Tolerance has just been released by Multnomah Publishers and is available through...Read this essay →

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An Eloquent Pen Stilled — David Halberstam

"It's a wonderful privileged life, you know, being a book writer." David Halberstam said that to Brian Lamb of C-SPAN in 1993. Halberstam was a...Read this essay →

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Young Christian Bloggers Make Their Mark on the Blogosphere

The rise of young Christian bloggers --many in their teens -- is a welcome development in the blogosphere. My guest on Tuesday's edition of The...Read this essay →

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Two Competing Religions–The Legacy of the 1960s

Today’s culture wars can be directly traced to the cultural transformations of the 1960′s. As a matter of fact, that critical decade represented nothing less…Read this essay →

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“Hail Mary”: TIME Magazine Takes Up The Protestant Mary

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“Perfect Madness”: Motherhood According to Newsweek

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Top Stories of 2004

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Time Magazine’s Man of the Year

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Arrogance in the Newsroom: Goldberg on Liberal Bias

Sometime ago, comedian Jay Leno made the following announcement to his audience: “A group of venture capitalists are in the process of developing their own…Read this essay →

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Not Your Grandmother’s New Testament: A Look at “Revolve”

Today’s American adolescents almost certainly know less about the Bible than any previous generation. Statistics indicate that many in this generation of teenagers have experienced…Read this essay →