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  • 'Skyscrapers of the Midwest' by Joshua W. Cotter

    'Skyscrapers of the Midwest' by Joshua W. Cotter
    Skyscrapers of the Midwest Joshua W. Cotter AdHouse Books: 282 pp., $19.95 "Skyscrapers of the Midwest," long awaited by fans on the indie comic circuit, is a collection of floppies (comic-speak for comic books) that Joshua W. Cotter eked out over...
  • Choosing my religion

    A colleague and fellow cradle Catholic once told me about a revealing conversation with her parish priest. When she had described an acquaintance as an "ex-Catholic," the priest objected. There were no ex-Catholics, he said, only bad Catholics. I...
  • Give Garry Wills that old-time religion

    Once upon a time, in a faraway land, there lived a man named Garry Wills... Garry Wills' recent L.A. Times Op-Ed article "Abortion isn't a religious issue," in which he claims that abortion is not a religious issue, might as well have begun with these...
  • Fireproofing the Ivory Tower

    Today, Shermer and Lukianoff finish their Dust-Up with a discussion on lifetime tenure for professors. Previously, they discussed allegations of instructor bias in classrooms, whether it's proper for schools to set limits on the expression of their...
  • Not so fast, Christian soldiers

    Maybe what the war in Iraq needs is not more troops but more religion. At least that's the message the Department of Defense seems to be sending. Last week, after an investigation spurred by the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, the Pentagon...
  • Rick Warren is an insulting choice

    Rick Warren is an insulting choice
    To understand how angry and disappointed many Democrats are that Barack Obama has invited evangelical preacher Rick Warren to give the invocation at his inaugural, imagine if a President-elect John McCain had offered this unique honor to the Rev. Al...
  • It's about voters' faith in Romney

    With a massive marketing effort, Mitt Romney has tried to introduce himself as a family man with a solid marriage, five wholesome sons and the moral values desired by the Republican Party's most conservative voters. But now that voters have met him, many...
  • Conor Cruise O'Brien dies at 91; Irish author became a prominent diplomat

    Conor Cruise O'Brien dies at 91; Irish author became a prominent diplomat
    Conor Cruise O'Brien, a leading Irish author, politician and diplomat who rose to international prominence while leading a United Nations mission in the troubled Congo and remained an independent, often contrarian thinker amid religious strife of his...
  • McCain's choice of Palin is a risk

    McCain's choice of Palin is a risk
    American voters on Friday began learning about Sarah Palin. But the selection of an obscure Alaska governor as the Republican vice presidential nominee also offers clues about the leadership style of the man who placed her on the ticket. Though John...
  • More in U.S. jump to new faiths, poll finds

    More in U.S. jump to new faiths, poll finds
    Americans are switching religious affiliation in ever-greater numbers or abandoning ties to organized denominations altogether, and Protestants are on the cusp of becoming a minority, according to a survey released Monday. Barely 51% of Americans are...
  • Guatemalan women kick aside constraints in the U.S.

    Guatemalan women kick aside constraints in the U.S.
    Celestina "Celes" Lopez strode out from under the shade of a battered palm tree in a corner of MacArthur Park, entered the makeshift soccer field of dirt and gravel, and called to teammates in Spanish. "Don't be afraid of the big ones," said the 40-year-...