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February 7, 2000Volume 44, Number 2
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Table of Contents
As 4,900 people die each day from AIDS, African Christians ask themselves:
Columbine killers harbored anti-Christian prejudice.
NIH guidelines skirt ethical issues about embryo destruction, charge bioethicists
TIAA-CREF Drops Sudan Oil Stocks
Deal gives publisher access to Women of Faith conferences
Charles Schulz dies on eve of last strip
The Supreme Court examines federal aid to private schools.
Southern Baptists rebuff critics of Chicago evangelism plan.
Speeds Spread of HIV Among Africans
Third state moving toward implementing Koranic laws
Li Dexian repeatedly detained.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Foggy childhood memories create Bible bloopers.
Classic and contemporary excerpts
Amy Grant's ever-smiling face is everywhere, obscuring the tragedy of two failed marriages.
John Stott's 'little statement on evangelical faith' reveals the strengths and limitations of the movement he helped create.
Across the world, God moves in mysterious ways.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Though critics question his theology, this fiery preacher packs arenas with a message of emotional healing.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
an interview with Timothy George
Christian Research Institute publication questions preacher's view of Trinity
My reluctant entry into the world of pilgrimage.
How one Pentecostal pastor taught his Congregation to love Mormons.
Journalist Richard Ostling explores LDS culture, theology, and fans of 'crypto-Mormon' C.S. Lewis.
As presidential primaries get under way, Christian conservatives aim to win.
Across the world, God moves in mysterious ways.
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God’s Defense Attorney
God’s Defense Attorney
Millionaire lawyer Mark Lanier moonlights as a Sunday school teacher.