Each Easter sees a predictable resurrection of serious interest in Christianity from the nation’s usually skeptical or indifferent secular magazines and newspapers. This year was no exception. Newsweek featured a digitally enhanced portrait of Jesus on the cover and an assertive essay by Kenneth Woodward on "How Christianity Shaped the Modern World." With typical British drollery, the Economist ran an "obituary" to mark the anniversary...
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