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September 2011Volume 55, Number 9
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Table of Contents
Features
The horrors of 9/11 were not unlike those of Good Friday.
Pastors, authors, & ministry leaders describe how that fateful day transformed their lives and ministries.
How a terrorist attack reshaped efforts to reach Muslims.
A suburban Chicago church ministers to Muslims at home and abroad.
The 'Vicar of Baghdad' says the key to Muslim-Christian relations is very personal.
Portland-based ministry Responder Life sees police officers, firefighters, and dispatchers as an unreached people group.
News
A new survey found that Christian schooling makes a difference—and that different kinds of Christian education produce different results among their graduates.
Recent stats on ministry, other religions, and life ethics.
New report: More congregational combinations driven by mission, not survival.
Deaths, retirements, resignations and appointments in the church and in the world.
Youth ministry sees the return of reasons.
Mom gets 18 months probation for showing her daughter a ritual chicken death.
Evangelical NGOS say the ruling is unlikely to change their operations, but the case touches on larger principles.
Observers weigh in on how churches should respond to children disrupting a worship service.
What the Ethiopian Orthodox have learned from the expansion of evangelicals.
Views
Readers respond to the July issue of Christianity Today.
Our movement is wide enough to include a variety of methods.
Observers weigh in on how interactions between the two religions have changed in recent years.
Where spit, blood, and sweat are to be found, so is God.
We have secularized the ancient Jewish rite—but it is still inescapably religious.
Reviews
Book Reviews:
Picks from Steven Greydanus, film critic at Decent Films Guide.
Why worship may help kick the habit. A review of 'Addiction and Virtue.'
The original good news revisited.
Brief reviews of 'A Sunlit Absence,' 'The Final Hour,' and 'Owen Barfield on C. S. Lewis.'
Why cohabitating couples are putting their future at risk. An interview with Glenn Stanton on 'The Ring Makes All the Difference.'
Short reviews of 'With,' 'God in a Brothel,' and 'Seven Days that Divide the World.'
In Every Issue
The meaning of 9/11, and the motivation for missions.
The studio exec says it's alive and well.
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The Bible Is More Than a 'Mystery'
The Bible Is More Than a 'Mystery'
Peter Enns makes the case that Scripture doesn't tell us everything. So does it tell us anything?