Gregory Wolfe, St. Francis, Rudy Rasmus, Les Miserables, Alfred Hitchcock, Wanda Jackson, Rob Bell

Whispers of Faith in a Postmodern World: The myth of secularism triumphant in the arts is just that—a myth. By Gregory Wolfe (Wall Street Journal)

Rich Man, Poor Man: The radical visions of St. Francis. By Joan Acocella (The New Yorker)

From ‘borderline bordello’ to the pulpit (UMNS)

Crying at the movies: Michael Gerson on Les Miserables (Washington Post)

Alfred Hitchcock’s Surprise Ending: A biographer said that the director, at the end of his life, shunned religion. Not true. I was there. By Mark Henninger (Wall Street Journal)

Pastor goes all out for images—and for Africa (UM Reporter)

Wanda Jackson: Unfinished Business (Rockerzine)

The Hell-Raiser: Rob Bell’s search for a more forgiving faith. (New Yorker)



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