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July 1, 2000 | Vol. 15, No. 26

Good books, lately

For older readers, some Christian titles that are worth reading

July 1, 2000 | Vol. 15, No. 26

The Nifty 50

Susan Olasky | WORLD's list of 50 great 20th-Century books for children


Edward E. Plowman | Reporter's notebook: As major U.S.

Cal Thomas | While journalism sleeps: How a year of missing e-mail differs from 18-1/2 minutes of missing audiotape

Paulo Coelho sells a syncretistic, New Age faith that resonates across the globe

Lynn Vincent | How bumper stickers, stuffed animals, and retail kitsch are squeezing the books out of Christian bookstores

Chris Stamper | E-publishing casts down the gatekeepers and opens doors for independents with new (or old) ideas

Moscow takes control of Chechnya but fails to seize the high ground

Andrée Seu Peterson | A consumer's lament: What to do when my true feelings about breakfast foods do not fit inside a checkbox

Edward E. Plowman | For the “credibility of the entire evangelical church,” Colson’s radio commentary calls on fellow Christian broadcaster Stanley to honor his promise to resign now that divorce is final