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August 6, 2001Volume 45, Number 10
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Table of Contents
High-tech Christian executives in California are bringing biblical values back into a mecca of Mammon.
Grace Presbyterian had a Web site before it even had Sunday services
Digital culture's relentless critic, Paulina Borsook, discusses the 'religion' of Silicon Valley and its virtual extensions
The electronic wizardry that helps Billy Graham tell the old, old story to millions
How one Toronto mission is bringing computer literacy to inner-city kids
Why—biblically speaking—we should question the unity-in-diversity refrains coming out of many denominational headquarters
The universe is remarkable for what God has equipped it to do
Behind Tony Carnes's reporting on Silicon Valley churches
There's too little evidence to prove that anyone is 'de-Christianizing' C.S. Lewis.
How many times must the Supreme Court tell schools not to exclude faith groups?
Quotations to stir heart and mind
What you can do to help persecuted Christians
A children's sermon is a time to feed their imaginations, not their egos
I know the Bible says Christians should not sue Christians, but is it okay to sue non-Christians?
Despite Steven Spielberg's reputation for producing warm fuzzies, A.I. is bleak.
A professor explores the meaning of neighbors in the global village
Microsoft's Age of Empires reminds us what our faith is—and isn't—about.
The language of faith doesn't have to become a foreign tongue
Publisher, estate under fire for handling of C. S. Lewis's identity.
Evangelicals say Catholics and liturgical Protestants are more likely to be promoted.
Proposal left out of education reform bills
Presbyteries will vote on national meeting's action during the next year.
Religious conservatives hail religious club case as protection for free-speech.
Anglican Mission in America continues to grow
But danger increasing for Burnhams—and for workers around the world.
Persecution from Orthodox extremists on rise since Milosevic forced from office.
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