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December 2008Volume 52, Number 12
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Table of Contents
Doc explores his Christian era in late '70s, early '80s.
The stories of two teens who have raised more than $1,000,000 for AIDS orphans in Africa.
'God never wrought miracle to convince atheism, because his ordinary works convince it.'
We're paying the bill for relativism.
Short reviews by John Wilson.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Jesus is the reason to stop concentrating on ourselves.
Christian art continues to stir people in unexpected ways.
A new ministry to Bethlehem does more than deliver gifts every December.
Let there be accountability for the financial crisis, and let it begin with me.
A small gospel can be a beautiful thing.
Sometimes relatives differ, and that's okay.
Rob Bell and Don Golden have a bracing word for American Christians.
by Christianity Today Writers.
An economic downturn isn't always bad news for giving.
Why we're not putting more in the offering plate. And what we can do about it.
My grandchild barely survived birth. Worldwide, too many newborns do not.
Nash, Slocum reunite for a marvelous Christmas album.
Five New CDs for Christmas
Get the numbers on Max Lucado, Orthodox congregants, and poverty.
Aid worker killed in Afghanistan, Palm Beach Atlantic University president resigns, and other transitions.
Recent remarks on birth control, why you can't sue God, and other news developments.
Will U.S. diplomatic shift and Graham visit help Christians?
Zondervan purchases BibleGateway.com, Taylor closes its branch, and the Presbyterian Church (USA) rules in favor of a minister.
Meanwhile, Billy: The Early Years of Billy Graham bombs at box office.
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