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Vol. 27, No. 14
Master craftsmen
Master craftsmen
Some talented authors are showing that the stereotype of sugar-coated Christian fiction does not match reality
Book of the Year runners-up
Book of the Year runners-up
The wrong and right ways to help
We're all 'Moviegoers' now
We're all 'Moviegoers' now
Fifty years ago Walker Percy's The Moviegoer launched an unlikely literary career
Theology for 3-year-olds
Theology for 3-year-olds
Theologians and others are turning out titles to present the gospel and church history to young, growing minds
Heaven plus all that goes before
Heaven plus all that goes before
The fiction of popular author Randy Alcorn often gets overlooked
Victorian culture warrior
Victorian culture warrior
Nearly 200 years later, how Charles Dickens changed the literary landscape
Feeding souls
Feeding souls
Christian fiction writer Nate Wilson says Christians should model their writing after the work of the Great Storyteller
Niche nook
Niche nook
We asked our reviewers to recommend the best business, humor, sports, economics and self-published niche books of 2011-2012
A religion on the move
A religion on the move
Riding the roller coaster of Christian history: WORLD's engaging and myth-busting Book of the Year
Books are special
Books are special
The written word is a uniquely powerful, and powerfully Christian, tool of communication