Texas' policies on prison reading have long been criticized as arbitrary, even bordering on censorship.
Carlos Whittaker, author and worship leader, tells how he turned to the Holy Spirit to defeat the spiders in his life and encourages Christians to do the same in his new book, "Kill the Spider."
Jenny McArthur reviews "The New Urban Crisis," with the hopes that the agenda set out in the book will make it increasingly difficult for governments to neglect the deeply unequal impacts of current urban policy.
Currently, Christian fiction limits its boundaries to the traditional tropes: historical, romance, speculative and Amish. Long overdue are the contributions of a well of writers who are overlooked under the Christian fiction umbrella.
Hill talks confronting how whiteness shapes how he views the world and calls on other White Christians to embark on their own racial and cultural journey.
Lisbeth Salander, the tattooed computer hacker from the Millennium series, is set to grip readers' imaginations again as the fifth volume hit bookshelves.
Hillary Clinton calls Donald Trump a "creep" in her new memoir and describes how the now-president's behavior during one of their debates made her skin crawl.
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Carl Lentz, pastor of popular Hillsong Church in NYC, dishes on the night he baptized Justin Bieber and living out his faith in a new book, "Own the Moment," out in October.