From the Christian Post, Napp Nazworth interviews Tom Krattenmaker, author of The Evangelicals You Don't Know: Introducing the Next Generation of Christians; why is Christianity losing in America? Michael Craven wants to know (and part 2); beware of Bible McNuggets: John Stonestreet on when reading the Bible can be spiritually unhealthy; and do the Bible and Atlas Shrugged share common ground? Alex Murashko interviews Mark David Henderson, author of The Soul of Atlas: Ayn Rand, Christianity, a Quest for Common Ground. Alicia J. Batten reviews The Political Aims of Jesus by Douglas E. Oakman. Christian leaders have always been misogynists: Valeri Tarico on the 20 most vile quotes from leaders of the church, from St. Benedict to Pat Robertson. Can Christians get along with America? Bakery owners and a high school valedictorian take a stand for religion, in very different ways. Adam Joyce reviews Francis Spufford’s Unapologetic: Why Christianity Makes Surprising Emotional Sense. The Left and Jean-Jacques Rousseau: William Haun on why religious liberty became controversial. How do I know I’m saved? An excerpt from Stop Asking Jesus into Your Heart by J.D. Greear. The New Theist: Nathan Schneider on how William Lane Craig became Christian philosophy's apostle to the skeptics. An interview with Stephen J. Stein, editor of the Cambridge History of Religions in America.