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February 2006Volume 50, Number 2
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Table of Contents
Christians in intelligence services are conflicted over the use of torture.
IVP's new imprints, Walgreens suspends "morning-after pill" objectors, American Baptist non-breakup, and more news from around the world.
Evangelicals generally support Roman Catholic decision on gay seminarians.
Modernizing Persian Gulf leader allows first Protestant building.
Promotions, deaths, and other items from the religion world.
Dubbed Graham sermons reap unprecedented global response.
Recent comments on living with C. S. Lewis, a nude Bible, wrongful birth, and I.D.
Recent stats on Christian colleges, belief in God, and the number actually offended by 'Merry Christmas'.
Local churches should network in the war against the virus. A Christianity Today editorial.
In an age of abundance, how do we survive with our souls intact?
Changing the law isn't enough.
Á la carte cable pits wholesomeness against evangelism.
How to resist the demons that accompany influence and savvy.
Fixing global poverty requires more than Rick Warren's PEACE plan.
While overall support for George W. Bush has plummeted, evangelicals remain surprisingly loyal.
And why there should be no exceptions.
David Gushee's mission at Union University and in CT.
Saving the world one cashmere sweater at a time.
The safe thing to do with power and possessions.
Discovering God's time-management.
Rethinking unfashionable notions of bravery, heroism, and sacrifice.
Should we protest the system or invest in a life? Yes.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
A new hip-hop Biblezine tries to give God street cred.
David Horowitz on life without God.
Jan Karon gives readers what they're hoping for in the series' final volume.
Freedom House's Paul Marshall says Shari'ah is both less and more dangerous than you think.
Rather, love God for who he is, says John Piper.
The most Baptist state in the world—Nagaland—is vying to become a powerhouse for cross-cultural missions.
How the ubiquitous genre actually misrepresents life.
Evangelist had told Chinese house churches to register with government.
The nation's public sociologist looks at America's religious diversity.
Why Jesus favors mustard seed-sized ministry.
Rick Santorum's It Takes a Family is an example of how not to fight the culture wars.
How one ministry partners with churches to put the homeless back on their feet.
Lovers of Aslan should heed the warnings from the creator of Hobbes.
Parental notification laws, under consideration by Supreme Court, are expanding.
Protesting injustice is necessary, but not enough.
Disappointments prompt early retirement.
Southern Baptists bar new missions candidates from glossolalia.
A new book chronicles in detail the life of the dictator.
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The Softer Face of Calvinism
The Softer Face of Calvinism
Reformed theology is more irenic and diverse than you think, says theologian Oliver Crisp.