Aids and HIV

Since AIDS was first recognized in 1981, the disease has killed more than an estimated 25 million people. Over 33 million people were living with HIV in 2009, including more than 2 million children. Addressing the AIDS pandemic and ministering to its victims has become an important issue for Christians throughout the world.

  • The AIDS TeamSubscriber Access Only
    Principled collaboration by churches is urgently needed to help defeat HIV.
  • Close Encounters with HIVSubscriber Access Only
    Local churches should network in the war against the virus. A Christianity Today editorial.
  • Civics for Gay ActivistsSubscriber Access Only
    We may see more die from HIV/AIDS because gay activists are intolerant
  • A Strategy for ProgressSubscriber Access Only
    "Unless prevention of HIV/AIDS becomes a clear priority, things will get worse"
  • Killing a PandemicSubscriber Access Only
    The church may be best equipped to deal HIV/AIDS a crippling blow
  • Civics for Gay ActivistsSubscriber Access Only
    We may see more die from HIV/AIDS because gay activists are intolerant
  • Jerry Thacker: Politics Muddies Fight Against AIDSSubscriber Access Only
    The politics of homosexuality has made it easier to battle the disease in foreign countries than domestically, says a former nominee to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV and AIDS
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