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I could not carry on with life as I know it without the Economist.

No hype. It’s that good. (more…)

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Kiplinger’s Personal Finance is a worthy challenge to Money magazine for a monthly dose of economic and investing trends, helpful financial tips, and—in KPF‘s case—a kind of populist advocacy for the little guy investor. (more…)

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If you need to keep abreast of financials and business on a monthly basis, Forbes and Fortune are the two conventional choices. (more…)

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First Things editor Richard John Neuhaus is famous for two things. (more…)

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As an insatiable news junky and practicing Christian reader whose work takes me to many countries each year, I recently caved to my wife’s insistence and began to read the World subscription that a relative had given us. (more…)

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The Wine Spectator is one of those magazines designed to reassure you that you’re rich or that you soon could be, all in the context of a shared love for the fruit of the vine. (more…)

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In some circles, to arrive at the office without having read the Wall Street Journal is like turning up in your boxer shorts and a sneaker. In other circles, the same can be said of CT, as it is known to regular readers, who include virtually everyone of influence in the evangelical movement in America. (more…)

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The task of managing an institution in the nonprofit sector is by definition challenging. In fact, it often leads to career extinction and personal burnout. (more…)

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The story is told of the Christian Reformer Martin Luther that he habitually gathered his large family and a collection of personal disciples together around his table for nourishing food and pious conversation. So was born the tradition of ‘table talk’, a form of Christian teaching that is anchored to the daily rhythms of family and community life. (more…)

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Christian faith has always been centrifugal, rarely containable, and viscerally cross-cultural. The mission of the Christian Church is therefore expansive, intentionally persuasive, and usually outward-looking. (more…)

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