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June 2006Volume 50, Number 6
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Table of Contents
Deaths, promotions, and other items from the religion world.
The Da Vinci Code is raising issues that go to the heart of the Christian faith—and it's starting to confuse us all.
Bart Ehrman's doubt as a student at Moody has turned to agnosticism.
Democrats and Republicans disagreed about what to use as a textbook.
Not all extracanonical manuscripts reveal a 'lost Christianity.' The church's earliest discipleship manual—the Didache—is as orthodox and relevant as it gets.
How to win over enemies and influence people.
Recent stats on voting for evangelicals, belief in The Da Vinci Code, and collegiate religion.
Out of 37 publishers and 240 titles, our judges selected 22 of this year's best books.
Jesus is the truth whether we experience him or not.
Audio is the new medium, and Christian publishers are getting the message.
Politics hinders aid to 11 million East Africans.
City's response to Christian youth event poses legal question.
A new book offers ministry insights for their unique challenges.
European anti-Semitism is more widespread than has been let on.
Archeological study questions the Bible's take on Israel's united kingdom.
Economic globalization is an opportunity for missions says Ken Eldred.
Why grace is so rare among Christians.
What did Jesus mean when he said that we would do greater things than he did?—Tyler Willian, Los Angeles, California
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Between 1850 and 1900 evangelicals dominated the English speaking world, says David Bebbington.
When Christian bands bite the hands that praised them.
Too many Christian books miss the mark.
The hoopla over the Gospel of Judas is both absurd and revealing.
Michael Kazin explains why American politics needs another William Jennings Bryan.
This impressive history of prayer in America neglects theology.
Robert P. George explains how a simple experiment reveals the great divide in our culture.
Anti-Darwinists downplay 'missing link.'
CT spoke with Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary research professor of New Testament and author of the forthcoming The Missing Gospels (Nelson), about the stir caused by the Gospel of Judas release in early April.
Contrary to precedent, few plan to boycott The Da Vinci Code.
Palestinian Bible Society's Gaza bookshop reopened, Biola awards Antony Flew, and Indian Christian granted bail.
Recent comments on Intelligent Design, church architecture, and the term evangelical.
Activists hope to change North Korea by punishing China's economy.
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