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Editorial: The Speck in Mickey's Eye
We live in a wildly pluralistic society.
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Biotech Babies
How far should Christian couples go in the quest for a child of their own?
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Gen-Etiquette
Scientists may be mapping the genome, but it will be up to us to determine where the map will lead
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Jesse Ventura's Accidental Christian Heritage Proclamation
Integrating religious teaching and workplace ethics, and other stories from online sources around the world
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Confusion Over Promoting Marriage Among the Poor
What Would Jesus Drive campaign focuses on cars, not concert; Church of England and Catholic bishops weigh in on war with Iraq, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Subscriber Access Only Planet-Hopping Pioneers Ponder Virtue, Theology, and the Afterlife
What Christian critics are saying about Solaris, Treasure Planet, The Emperor's Club, Die Another Day, Friday After Next, Personal Velocity, Harry Potter, Fellowship of the Ring, and Bowling for Columbine
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Shari'ah Law to Decide Fates in Afghanistan
Attack of the 200 Clones coming soon and Eugene Rivers's model could help Cincinnati's racial tensions
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Let's Roll ©®™
The widow of Todd Beamer is concerned that the wrong people are embracing America's new creed.
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Asian Americans: Embracing the Unwanted
Chinese American Christians are starting to become more openly prolife
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Prolife as Mafia?
Supreme Court to decide if racketeering laws apply to anti-abortion activities
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Christian parents flee public schools
Canadian high court orders school board to reconsider pro-gay books
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Souls on Ice
The costs of in vitro fertilization are moral and spiritual—not just financial
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"Weblog: Research May Allow Gay Couples to Have Children Genetically Their Own, but Not in Italy"
": France bans Islamic headscarves, blending religion and politics, and hundreds of articles from online sources around the world"
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'Ten Commandments Judge' Loses Appeal
"Bush promotes school vouchers, judge blocks Virginia's partial-birth abortion ban, aborted embryos may become mothers, and other articles from online sources around the world"
Subscriber Access Only Separation of Powers
Just as the American government practices separation of powers, journalistic publications generally try to separate business and editorial functions.
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No Such Thing as 'Other People's Problems'
No Such Thing as 'Other People's Problems'
How the church can help develop a 'we' culture for the next generation.
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