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May 2006Volume 50, Number 5
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Table of Contents
More and more evangelicals believe Christ's atoning death is merely a grotesque creation of the medieval imagination. Really?
The old hymns capture our condition.
Promotions, deaths, and other items from the religion world.
From the front page to the obits, one day's news about Christian peacemaking.
Palestinian Bible Society bookshop threatened, closed; church political activities investigated; Wal-Mart carries the pill.
Ministries pay executives less than their secular nonprofit counterparts. Should they?
Poverty-fighting Christians labor to restore city workforce after Katrina.
What our harrowing experience taught me about human nature.
Rod Dreher says that conservative man cannot live by the free market alone.
Is religious art, like Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam,' a violation of the second commandment when God is portrayed?—Steve Potts, Jackson, Mississippi
A new biography is one of the best.
Ethnic bloodshed in Sudan's Darfur region remains the top crisis for U.N. ambassador John Bolton.
Sharing your faith does not have to be so intimidating.
Understanding the plight of Christians who have killed in combat.
And neither are many people with whom we disagree.
There's a reason there are more Christian financial advisers than ever.
A new biography shows behind the successful missionary were three matchless women.
A respected evangelical elder on the life of faith.
Neither nature nor experience are sufficient to interpret reality, writes Roger Lundin.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
An evolutionary philosopher's case against religion overpromises, underdelivers.
The Maker's Diet is part of the problem.
Pressure on Sudan mounts, but the killing continues in Darfur.
Douglas Sweeney appeals to evangelicals of all stripes to sustain the movement's momentum.
Twelve conversations with people who came to Christ.
If these missionaries have their way, millions of Taiwanese will no longer be too embarrassed or intimidated to go to church.
'Ridiculous' interpretation of law bars thousands.
High-profile apostasy case highlights legal contradictions.
Rights to faith and liberty are at risk in Afghanistan.
Recent comments from Tom Fox, Mitt Romney, and Billy Graham.
Recent stats on gifts to Pat Robertson, church attenders' view on the Iraq war, and mainline seminarians.
As the city goes, so goes the culture.
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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.