Glenn A. Moots (Northwood): The Protestant Roots of American Civil Religion. Darren E. Grem (Emory): The World of Chick-Fil-A and the Business of Sunbelt Evangelicalism. David L. Schindler (CUA): America's Technological Ontology and the Gift of the Given. From CrossCurrents, James W. Perkinson (ETS): Theology After Obama — What Does Race Have to Do With It? A Racial Prolegomenon to American Theological Production in the Twenty-first Century; and Gary Dorrien (UTS): What Kind of Country? Economic Crisis, the Obama Presidency, the Politics of Loathing, and the Common Good. The Reformed Journal bridged the ethno-religious subculture of Dutch-Calvinist America and the wider academy. The Family International (TFI), a controversial Christian movement known for once using sexual favors to win converts, has launched significant reforms that have stunned cult watchers and followers alike. Does suburbia hurt Christianity? Matt Cochran on how life in the suburbs may blur a true picture of community. Paul Kengor reviews The Man in the Middle: An Inside Account of Faith and Politics in the George W. Bush Era by Timothy S. Goeglein.