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The Museum of the Bible and the Politics of InterpretationBy Kenneth E. Frantz | March 14, 2023
Jill Hicks-Keeton and Cavan Concannon talk about their new book on the Museum of the Bible, “Does Scripture Speak for Itself?”
The Christian Nationalism Behind the New “God’s Not Dead” FilmBy Jill Hicks-Keeton | October 26, 2021
The film’s polemics make plain that the “we” in “We the People” really means White evangelical Christians.
Is Religion Good for Democracy? An Interview with Robert WuthnowBy Kenneth E. Frantz | October 5, 2021
The author talks about his new book, “Why Religion is Good for American Democracy.”
Every Day Is Already “Bring Your Bible to School Day”By Cavan Concannon | October 1, 2019
Focus on the Family is politicizing a common and protected practice.
“American Heretics”: Blue Christians in a Red StateBy Jill Hicks-Keeton | August 27, 2019
A biblical scholar reviews “American Heretics: The Politics of the Gospel,” a new documentary that celebrates religious progressives in Oklahoma—and underestimates their savvy rivals.
What the Museum of the Bible Conveys about Biblical Scholarship Behind Church DoorsBy Jill Hicks-Keeton | March 13, 2018
What do museum representatives tell congregations when they think no one else is listening?
Can Scripture “Speak for Itself”? A Look Inside the Museum of the BibleBy Jill Hicks-Keeton | November 17, 2017
A biblical scholar visits Washington’s newest museum, which is backed by the evangelical family behind Hobby Lobby.