Volume 42, Number 8
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Welcome to the CT Archives! This is a rich treasure of biblical wisdom and insight from our past. Some things we would say differently today, and some stances we've changed. But overall, we're amazed at how relevant so much of this content is. We trust that you'll find it a helpful resource. - Mark Galli, editor-in-chief
Scholars debate the meaning of the Resurrection.
Healing and faith find a connection.
Eyewitness reports of repression and revival.
Former NAE president Don Argue calls for engagement, not isolation.
Christians hold the missing key to racial reconciliation—but it won't be popular.
How my hometown deals with being the execution capital of the world.
The Gospel of Mark's prescription for spiritual sanity.
The closest things to territorial spirits in the New Testament are angels, not demons.
Sorry, Jimmy Olsen; middle-class morality ain't what it used to be.
What if the writer of the Fourth Gospel had to get his work published in today's market …
The universal religion of humankind is: We develop a good record and give it to God, and then he owes us. The gospel is: we owe God.
A concise, clear argument for how God can be both good and omnipotent.
His Bill of Rights sculpture shows American hands, but Wu Kwan knows his life journey has been shaped by God's hand.
As I remember my trip to Lebanon, I think how easy it is to write about the gospel from my serene perch in Colorado.
Church Nearly Closed After Lawsuit
One-Year Mission Changes Lives
Lutherans, Episcopalians Revive Talks
House Rejects Prayer Amendment
U.S. team finds that Arab Christians are subject to discrimination, but not life-threatening persecution.
Vote for Peace No Panacea
Riots Traumatize Chinese Christians
Clinton Names Seiple to New Post
Evangelical Released from Prison
First Protestant Church Dedicated