The publisher said it will withdraw the 2010 best-seller "The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven" now that author Alex Malarkey says invented those chats with angels.
More than three weeks after being accused of plagiarism, controversial pastor Mark Driscoll admits "mistakes."
I have a confession: after boldly trumpeting here on the blog that I don't turn on my computer from Saturday night to Monday morning, this weekend I violated my own rule. (It was the Olympic Games, see, and I was desperate to know how the gymnastics competition was going, see . . . .) And you know what? I don't feel very rested this week. Matthew Sleeth's forthcoming book 24/6 (out in November) explains this emptiness, arguing that the Sabbath isn't a luxury but a necessity. Oh.