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Not so elementary

Barbara Bradley Hagerty goes looking for God
On June 14, 1995, around two in the afternoon, I lowered my guard. I opened myself up just barely to the notion that there might be a God who cares about me in the same way that Jesus cared about, say, his friend Mary.
By JEFFREY GANTZ  |  September 02, 2009

Ideas and emotions

The Gamm delivers Grace at a fever pitch
Grace takes place in the recent memories of the title character as well as in her difficult present. The basic concern here, which nags her like a toothache, is the non-existence of the divine.
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  March 17, 2009

Lavigne squeaks; Winehouse freaks; Oasis leaks

The Big Hurt: music news in brief
Courtney Love and Avril Lavigne both have laryngitis this week. Explain that, Richard Dawkins.
By DAVID THORPE  |  May 22, 2008

Springtime for Darwin

The wars of evolution are louder than ever. What Ben Stein, Bad Religion, and a physics professor from Quincy can tell you about where you came from.
There are two stories, and two stories only.
By JAMES PARKER  |  May 07, 2008

Angels in America

If the world’s saintliest woman can have doubts about God, surely the world’s most cynical man can also question his non-belief?
The publication this month of the selected correspondence of Mother Teresa has revealed that, for many years, the Saint of Calcutta entertained significant doubts about the existence of God.
By JAMES PARKER  |  September 19, 2007

Striking out

Letters to the Boston editor, July 6, 2007
Dan Shaughnessy haters need to grow some balls and quit whining about how “mean” he is.

Holy War!

A new army of atheists is taking no prisoners in its battle with God and his self-appointed faith dealers
There’s no doubt about it: right now, God is on the side of the atheists.
By JAMES PARKER  |  June 06, 2007

Random forecast

Coming in 2007: More tech, more fear, less Paris, and some time travel
One thing that’s sure to happen in the coming year is that people will make erroneous predictions about what will happen in the coming year.
By MIKE MILIARD  |  December 29, 2006

Lions and lambs

Pynchon isn’t all you’ll be reading this fall  
The season is notable for the return to bookstores of canonical names like Atwood, Ginsberg, Kinnell, le Carré, Munro, Pynchon, and Vidal plus a fair share of younger lions like Eggers, Julavits, and Muldoon.
By JOHN FREEMAN  |  September 13, 2006

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