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May 2010Volume 54, Number 5
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Table of Contents
Features
The massive global migration we see today presents unparalleled opportunities for ministry.
The president of Compassion International tells his story of childhood abuse and deliverance in a West Africa boarding school.
The story behind the cover story.
Most Americans—including Scripture-loving evangelicals—cannot name the disciples, the Ten Commandments, or the first book of the Bible. But that's not our biggest biblical illiteracy problem.
What would the church look like if it put we before me?
News
Newsweek, Fox News, and others debate whether the "Christian viewer vote" has become too powerful.
Stats on the Last Supper's growth, how much megachurches spend on short-term missions, and more.
Recent remarks from John Piper, Miley Cyrus, and more.
Haiti scandal overshadows bigger threat to evangelical adoption efforts.
Recent deaths, hires, and other transitions in the Christian world.
Expulsion of Christians surprises missiologists.
Decision for home-schoolers pushes persecution boundaries.
Trafficking of teenagers in the U.S. is getting worse. Here's what some Christians are trying to do about it.
Views
Your responses to the March 2010 issue of Christianity Today.
The nightmare scenarios could very well unfold, but they are not the last word.
Karl Giberson, Stephen C. Meyer, and Marcus Ross chart ways intelligent design can gain academic credibility.
Many of those who want marriage equality do not want fidelity.
The charismatic renewal has disappeared like yeast into bread dough.
Reviews
Book Reviews:
James Davison Hunter says our strategies to transform culture are ineffective, and the goal itself is misguided.
N.T. Wright says character matters, but thinks the Reformers disagreed.
Picks from Robert Benson, author of 'In Constant Prayer.'
Wise advice on dealing with money and relationships when working overseas.
Living with HIV as a pastor, husband, and father.
'Science vs Religion,' 'Silk Parachute,' and 'Thereby Hangs a Tail.'
Beth Moore tackles a menacing issue for many women.
Short reviews of recent books worth considering.
In Every Issue
How to read the Global Conversation upside down.
W. David O. Taylor grounds his aesthetic passion in the local church.
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