BooksThe Thane Struts Again
Harvey Cox on why Macbeth is popular again
South Bronx Salvation
Jonathon Kozol spends a year with schoolchildren in New York's poorest neighborhoods. With a review by Kim Phillips-Fein
Hardwired to God
Deepak Chopra's "How to Know God" says we have a natural connection to the divine.
By Phil Catalfo
Sparring Over Spong
Two reviews--pro and con--of controversial Bishop John Shelby Spong's autobiography.
Daughter of Fortune
The spiritual lessons hiding in Oprah's book club
'I Do in Part Believe It'
Harvey Cox on Shakespeare's Christmas
MusicA Talk with Moby
A profile of klezmer trumpeter Steven Bernstein, with an introduction to klezmer.
By Jill Maxi Schreibman
Movies, TV & VideoThe Long Shadow of the '70s
Keeping the Faith
With an essay by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
with an interview with director Mary Harron
A Map of the World
Jesus: The Miniseries
CBS gives us a new, political Jesus
by Ed McNulty
Can We Be Good Without Charlie Brown?
'Peanuts' and Charles Schultz's faith
by Michael G. Maudlin
The Vatican's List of Best Films
From the National Conference of Catholic Bishops
CD-ROMsThe Bible Unbound
Christian CD-ROM Bible study guides
By Karen Jones
Material WorldRemembering John Hejduk
The architect put his Catholic faith to practice in his theoretical work
By Emily Oren
8/23/00 Body Art: Modern Rites of Passage
Tattoos are tribal, sacred, and have never been hotter.
By Paul Raushenbush
TravelInfidels at Ramadan
In Istanbul as the fast is broken
By Carla Power
1/19/00 The Little Miracle of Chimayo
An HIV positive couple go digging for hope
By Kevin Bentley