Religious questions for a pundit

From Catapult, the scope of our responsibility as Christians extends to all of culture, including the way we do business; how can we apply Christian principles to the free market? Caricaturing Christianity: An interview with Michael Coren, author of Heresy: Ten Lies They Spread About Christianity. The contested color of Christ: Edward J. Blum and Paul Harvey on how the image of Jesus has been made and remade in American history. From Busted Halo, Tom Gibbons on Jesus and power tools; and was Jesus a vegetarian? (and other religious questions for a pundit in training) Saved by fiction: Deborah Smith Douglas on reading as a Christian practice. Her year of living Biblically: An evangelical blogger spent 12 months following the Bible, then she wrote a book about it — now some Christian bookstores won’t sell it. Fred Sanders on the Los Angeles Bible Training School, the best Bible institute in Los Angeles. Nick Spencer reviews Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense by Francis Spufford. Billy Graham’s magazine Decision says Mormons aren't Christians (and more and more and more).