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Monthly Archives: July 2011

A Sneak Peek at Mother Teresa (Revised Edition) By Kathryn Spink

In 1942, while she was still a Loreto nun, like Thérèse of Lisieux, she had made a private vow not to refuse God anything. Her writings also revealed her feelings of inadequacy, her humility, and her very understandable fear: her … read more »

Some Suburban Temptations Come in Unusual Wrappers By Dave L. Goetz, author of Death by Suburb

Several years ago I volunteered to coach my third-grade son’s Park District basketball team. I had no business coaching basketball, given my skill level, coaching experience, and slight paunch. Sure enough, we lost the first two games, and not by … read more »

Rob Bell’s Hell By Mickey Maudlin, HarperOne Senior V.P./Executive Editor

Nothing makes me more proud than to see a book I edited reach a wide audience. By that measure, I should be beaming over Rob Bell’s Love Wins. And I am. Not only has it spent fifteen weeks on the … read more »