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November 15, 1999Volume 43, Number 13
November 15
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Table of Contents
New Laws Protecting Homosexuals
Ron Maxwell, director of Gettysburg and an upcoming Joan of Arc film (tentatively titled The Virgin Warrior) lets loose on his competition.
Stop the spinning, I'm getting dizzy.
Fundamentalists accuse Christians of 'forced conversions'
Gary Bauer's office problems signal a problem in our Christian understanding of both sex and work.
What Christian film critics are saying about this week's top movies.
Church says questions unanswered over organization's $4 million debt.
Kevin Smith's Dogma isn't just nonblasphemous, it is a presentation of Christianity to an unreached people group.
Luc Besson's new film isn't nearly as good as the true story, nor is his Joan truly a messenger.
Relief organization seeks credibility rehabilitation after newspaper investigation.
A continuing look at important issuances from the Christian and mainstream press.
After 12-Day Imprisonment, Tashov is Fined a Month's Salary.
Newly elected secretary faces an organization with a $4 million shortfall
Sixteen Nigerians die during opening rally
Muslims respond to the U.S. State Department report on religious freedom
Muslims respond to the U.S. State Department report on religious freedom.
Why Christian apologetics sites on the Web have a postmodern-sized blind spot
Nazareth Churches shut down for two days in show of disapproval
Readers respond to Gary Bauer's workplace rules, the Inclusive Bible, and other ChristianityToday.com topics
outhern Baptists defend new outreach effort.
Christians urge divestment from Canadian company.
Anything that can go right will, Young Life discovers
Discovery Institute reshapes the orgins debate.
Is there life after Communism in Eastern Europe?
Engaging pop culture means more than imitation.
Combining mainstream appeal with spiritual depth, Jars of Clay is shaking up Contemporary Christian Music.
If I Left the Zoo is even more daring than Jar's first two recordings.
Management guru Peter Drucker thinks the future of America is in the hands of churches.
Should there be a wall of separation between the church and football?
Conflicts over "gender-neutral" versions are not really about translation issues.
Do we really want to be closer to God?
David Bruce uses film reviews to introduce Web surfers to Jesus.
We should be careful not to isolate the tithe from broader demands of generosity and social justice.
The many faces of Jesus go on tour—and online.
How religion makes us healthy.
Recent and important releases that will shape evangelical thought
The judge told the Scouts just what their oath meant—and didn't mean.
Conservatives Voice Support for Bauer
Vatican Amends Indulgences Doctrine
The movement rejects Christianity, but we may discover surprising openings for the gospel.
The movement rejects Christianity, but we may discover surprising openings for the gospel.
The movement rejects Christianity, but we may discover surprising openings for the gospel.
Why nothing ever quite fits right.
Why nothing ever quite fits right.
Why nothing ever quite fits right.
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America the Beautiful, America the Violent
America the Beautiful, America the Violent
Ferguson may be about race, but it is also about violence. And we should have something to say about both.