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Christmas Gospel

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Monday, December 25, 2006

Leonard starts today's show off with his annual Christmas Gospel Show. Later on, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edward P. Jones (author of The Known World) tells us about his new collection of short stories. And we take a behind the scenes look at Evangelical America.

Leonard's Annual Christmas Gospel Show

It’s hard to go anywhere this time of year without hearing the same few Christmas songs. But Leonard celebrates today, with some lesser-known sounds of the season—some of his favorite recordings from the Golden Age of Gospel to the Present.


Marion Williams, "When Was ...


All Aunt Hagar's Children

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edward P. Jones shares his new collection of short stories: All Aunt Hagar’s Children.

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Portraits of Evangelical Life

Lauren Sandler, the author of Righteous, and Jeffrey Sheler, who wrote Believers, offer their surprising portraits of life in Evangelical America.

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