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September/October 2002 Issue

Why We're Reading Christian Fiction
By N.J. Lindquist

Christian fiction is booming, in part because of changes in the market, in the content and style of novels, and in our perception of the value and usefulness of fiction. 

Also, The Trajectory of Christian Fiction (sidebar) and Fiction Recommended by N.J. Lindquist (available online only!)


Also In This Issue

From the Editor: 
Show or Tell?  By Gail Reid

Legal Landscape:
Faith Goes to Court  By Bob Harvey

Religion Watch:
Catholics and Evangelicals  By Jim Beverley

Ask a Theologian:
Christ in Hell?  By Tim Perry

Things Hoped For:
A Ruthless Theologian  By John Stackhouse Jr.

 

Other Articles
Sept/Oct 2002 Issue

Cover Story
Why We're Reading Christian Fiction

The Trajectory of Christian Fiction

From the Editor
Show or Tell?

Legal Landscape
Faith Goes to Court

Ask a Theologian
Christ in Hell?

Religion Watch
Catholics and Evangelicals

Things Hoped For
A Ruthless Theologian

 

   
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