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March 2012Volume 56, Number 3
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Table of Contents
Features
How Christian universities are unique, and how they can stay that way.
College presidents discuss the relevance of Christian higher education, the theological issues facing Christian universities, and more.
How five small Christian schools are adapting to the new environment.
Our redemption, it turns out, began long before Calvary.
The one divine 'law' that tells us to stop striving for transformation.
Rosie Thomas beams with it on her new album.
News
Fewer people are thinking about whether they will go to heaven after death.
Important developments in the church and the world.
Recent stats on church life, the Bible, and spirituality.
Recent remarks on prison pardons, prayer cards, and more.
Gang outreach slammed as dangerous business.
A new kids' curriculum adds a different focus.
Wealthy Christians favor new tool for family funds.
Deaths, retirements, resignations and appointments in the church and in the world.
One year after disaster, sacrificial giving gains churches new credibility.
Views
Brothers and sisters, we are neither kingmakers nor powerbrokers.
Readers respond to the January issue.
A recent unanimous ruling reveals deep commitment to our 'first freedom.'
An author, the creator of 'VeggieTales,' and a professor weigh in.
If we have such an extravagant Savior, we should attempt to create a fuller meal.
Reviews
Book Reviews:
Dinesh D'Souza's latest volume of apologetics updates a natural law argument.
Picks from Craig A. Evans, author of the forthcoming 'Jesus and His World.'
How to strengthen communities that welcome strangers.
Why following Christ turns the world upside-down.
Brief reviews of 'The Dream of a Broken Field,' 'Nothing More Happens in the 20th Century,' and 'The Fear Index.'
How Martin Luther's doctrine of vocation can mold marriage, parenting, and childhood.
Brief reviews of 'The Art of Worship,' 'How to Read the Bible Through the Jesus Lens,' and 'Creed'
Music Reviews:
The multi-talented artist on her new album, her visual art, and ... babysitting.
In Every Issue
Some things can't be taught in a classroom.
The founder of Credo House Ministries teaches theology over a cup of joe.
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Jesus and 'Jingle Bell Rock'
Jesus and 'Jingle Bell Rock'
I’ve learned that there’s no dividing line between ‘American Christmas’ and ‘Christian Christmas.’