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April 3 , 2000
Volume 44, Number 4
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Table of Contents
Are Christians prepared for Muslims in the mainstream?
A divinely inspired institution, the church is full of ordinary people who sometimes say and do cruel, stupid things.
One year later, survivors' recovery is filled with painful twists and turns.
The disciple Thomas reveals an important truth about faith.
The rising economic tide floats all yachts. How should Christians help everyone else?
Western Christians and governments should press Khartoum on multiple fronts.
Now is the time to turn the tide, says apologist Carl Ellis.
You do not understand Christ till you understand His cross.
The joy of the resurrection renews the whole world.
The Bible says drunkenness is a sin (Galatians 5:21). But is occasional social drinking OK for Christians?
The Miracle Maker presents an animated, supernatural, and utterly believable Jesus.
A new vocabulary for an oversexualized culture.
Aside from stumbling over John, Thomas Cahill's assessment of the historical Jesus is surprisingly sane.
Recent and important releases that will shape evangelical thought.
What I learned from a 50-year spiritual checkup.
California churches crucial in Prop. 22 debate.
Gary Bauer is out of the presidential race, but not the campaign.
African-American churches aim to create 'systemic wealth' in inner-city neighborhoods.
Feds OK low-power radio licenses, but broadcasters decry interference.
Sudan's 'slaughter of the innocents' toughens religious freedom coalition.
Nepal's Christians see unprecedented growth in this Hindu kingdom.
Christian broadcasting in Africa is amplified by new technology, innovative partnerships.
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Ravi Zacharias Remembers His Young Protégé, Nabeel Qureshi
Ravi Zacharias Remembers His Young Protégé, Nabeel Qureshi
The late apologist's mentor and “uncle” says his lightning-bright legacy will live on.