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    A Conversation With Dick Staub

    RELEVANT recently had the opportunity to chat with Dick Staub, radio personality, cultural critic (www.dickstaub.com) and author of the books Too Christian, Too Pagan (2000) and Christian Wisdom of the…
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    Reading the Pulitzers

    I grew up reading, and my favorites were always the classics of literature: Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre, The Count of Monte Cristo and Little Women. Much of the recent…
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    The Wrong Side of Modern

    The Christian subculture intensely churns the waters of the mainstream culture in attempts to better understand and communicate with the unbelieving world. Now, arguably, more than ever, the church struggles…
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    Attack on the Clones

    In the early 1980s, satirical musician-turned record label president-turned filmmaker Steve Taylor wrote “I Want to Be a Clone.” A scathing three minute indictment of the Christian subculture, “Clone” provocatively…
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    You Had Me At Hello

    There are times I can’t help but fall in love with the startling, fresh, funny or heartbreaking opening lines of a book. While it may sound a little strange, as…
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    Being Truly Progressive

    Much that is written on this website—and indeed, most writing anywhere these days—can be categorized as critical. That is, writing that critiques, analyzes, induces or describes something—whether art, a public…
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    Q and A with Don Miller

    Don Miller’s breakthrough confessional Blue Like Jazz doesn’t seem to sit comfortably next to gold-plated Jesus-fish keychains or "Twelve Steps to Hosanna" workbooks, even after having sold more than 150,000…
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