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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...
  • 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...
  • Women and religion

    According to the New Testament, women were among the earliest followers of Jesus and played an important role in early Christian communities. Even today, the "man in the pew" is likely to be a woman. But women in many Christian denominations continue to...
  • RAP GETS RELIGION:

    "The gangs have the right idea!" A-Man shouts from the flatbed of a semi-truck trailer serving as the stage for Hip Hop Church America outside the Crystal Cathedral on a hot fall afternoon. "But instead of killing each other they should be out there...
  • No Protestant need apply?

     
    Almost 40 years ago, Peter Schrag wrote a book called "Decline of the WASP." Little did he know. Belatedly, pundits are speculating about the possibility that, once Justice John Paul Stevens is replaced, the Supreme Court will be not only WASPless but...
  • Huckabee beats Palin, other potential GOP contenders, in straw poll at Values Voter Summit

     
    Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty were among those lagging behind Mike Huckabee in a straw poll of presidential contenders at a conference of social conservatives this weekend in Washington....
  • Faith groups lobby for 'creation care,' otherwise known as climate change legislation

     
    It may make for strange bedfellows, but religious groups are marshaling a nationwide campaign to support legislation to combat global warming, a bill that many of their fellow conservatives vehemently oppose. A group of Orthodox Jews pushed the issue...
  • Q&A with Max Blumenthal, author of ???Republican Gomorrah: Inside the Movement that Shattered the Party???

     
    Author Max Blumenthal says the Republican Party has become a party of extremists that is losing touch with America....
  • Church pastors urging Latino organizations not to boycott census

     
    Pastors representing 1,200 Latino evangelical churches in Southern California speak out today against calls to boycott the 2010 census by some Latino evangelical and political organizations. The boycott call, launched to protest the lack of progress on...
  • Sarah Palin quoting Pascal? Please.

     
    If you're skeptical about Sarah Palin being the type to drop references to a 17th century French scientist and philosopher in her memoir "Going Rogue," you've got something in common with Tim Rutten, who reviews the book in our pages......
  • 'Family Guy': A blow-up doll, clones and wedding vows

     
    Last week, Seth MacFarlane conquered Fox’s Sunday lineup like it was Russia in a game of Risk. But, like the largest landmass in that classic game of strategy, Sunday night isn’t meant to be controlled forever. Just get your extra......