When New Age creeps into America's colleges

by Jim Fletcher -- "Castles in the Sand" is a novel which, to the uninformed reader, might rank as far-fetched and unbelievable in the world of Christian doctrine. If only ... Anyone more…

Ask the editor

by Jim Fletcher -- This column was prompted by an aspiring writer, who emailed and asked: "What encouragement can you give to someone who has never been published?" The following, rambling necklace more…

Is there truth in science?

by Jim Fletcher -- As American culture has degenerated into a dark alley of moral relativism and narcissism, more and more parents have taken the radical step of educating their children at more…

Death of daughter shakes conservative dad

by Jim Fletcher -- As a founder of the "New Left" in the '60s, David Horowitz unintentionally added to the rich hues of his personality by making an about-face in worldview. Politically, more…

Books built on sand

by Jim Fletcher -- I was talking to a publishing friend recently and she claimed that in troubling economic times, religious book sales are still strong. Well, yes and no. It depends more…

Make 'em all squeal!

by Jim Fletcher -- If you hang around the book-publishing business long enough, you'll hear some funny stories. Some of them even involve agents. A friend tried to fire his agent once, more…

Was America founded with seeds of the occult?

by Jim Fletcher -- Henry Morris, the founder of the Institute for Creation Research, once made a startling and insightful statement about the Book of Revelation: "It's really not that the book more…

Publishers paid in diamonds to compromise

by Jim Fletcher -- It's always a little (okay, a lot) disconcerting to check out the Christian best-seller lists. I mean the official ones, such as that of the Evangelical Christian Publishers more…

A Jew for the ages

by Jim Fletcher -- In a previous life, as editor for a book publisher, I was routinely the butt of jokes during editorial meetings. The running joke was that, far from being more…