March (Web-only) 2008

Spiritual Disaster Preparedness
Spiritual Disaster PreparednessSubscriber Access Only
Will evangelicals show the will to pursue the prevention of a pending threat?
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Stop-LossSubscriber Access Only
Going Down to She'olSubscriber Access Only
Is death a place?
At Origins' MarginsSubscriber Access Only
Michael Behe wonders how much Darwinism can really explain.
Performing OrthodoxySubscriber Access Only
The Hermeneutics of Doctrine argues that belief is as much about embodiment as affirmation.
The Evangelical Founding FathersSubscriber Access Only
Remember the concerns of those to whom Jefferson wrote on the separation of church and state.
Drillbit TaylorSubscriber Access Only
Tyler Perry's Meet the BrownsSubscriber Access Only
Under the Same Moon [La Misma Luna]Subscriber Access Only
Black Power from the PulpitSubscriber Access Only
In wake of Obama's speech, author talks about The Decline of African American Theology.
'Father, Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit'Subscriber Access Only
Jesus' important addition to David's cry.
Last SupperSubscriber Access Only
The Upper Room in art.
Gambling Opponents Say Moral Argument No Longer a TrumpSubscriber Access Only
As casinos and lotteries spread, two-thirds of Americans join in.
Friends, Faith and a FeudSubscriber Access Only
A couple of old friends—"one a Christian, one not—discuss their disparate views on life in the thought-provoking new film, Purple State of Mind.
I Knew I Wasn't AloneSubscriber Access Only
The recent study findings on STDs confirm my experience—and my conviction that churches can do more to help young women.
Seven Years in the Making, Draft ELCA Statement on Sexuality PuntsSubscriber Access Only
"This church does not have consensus," committee says.
Our Ears Still ItchSubscriber Access Only
That church down the street isn't the only one pandering to the congregation.
Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!Subscriber Access Only
Better Together?Subscriber Access Only
Only in holy matrimony, not in cohabitation.
To Die in JerusalemSubscriber Access Only
When a Palestinian teen girl killed an Israeli teen girl in a suicide bombing, Jewish filmmaker Hilla Medalia told the story—and tried to get the surviving mothers together.
Haunting SalvationSubscriber Access Only
Joe Henry's Civilians portrays a country needing grace.
Growing PainsSubscriber Access Only
Hip-hop/Soul
Wanted: Young Men in the ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Delayed marriage forecasts an impending crisis.
10,000 B.C.Subscriber Access Only
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a DaySubscriber Access Only
Let's Talk About God, BabySubscriber Access Only
Pushed to the edge, 'Salt' of Salt-N-Pepa turned to Jesus; now the hip-hop duo is reconciling on VH1.
A Very Grown-up Children's BibleSubscriber Access Only
The Jesus Storybook Bible is as theological as it is charming.
Vatican Says Baptisms Must Use Traditional TrinitySubscriber Access Only
Those "in the name of the Creator, and of the Redeemer, and of the Sanctifier" are invalid.
Do Evangelicals Really Prefer Hillary to Obama? No One Knows For SureSubscriber Access Only
Without exit-poll data for Democrats, reliable data is hard to come by.
No Egos RequiredSubscriber Access Only
11 of today's top Christian artists and songwriters put aside their egos—and royalties—at the Compassionart songwriting retreat, united in their effort to make a tangible difference in poverty-ravaged countries around the world.
Alyce MetalloSubscriber Access Only
On the Brink of It AllSubscriber Access Only
What to Make of Karl Barth’s Steadfast Adultery
What to Make of Karl Barth’s Steadfast Adultery
Do the recent revelations discredit his theology?