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December 4 , 2000
Volume 44, Number 14
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Table of Contents
The CT Archives are 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
Christianity Today 's editors, past and present, pack a theological punch.
Texas South Baptists slash $5 million from Southern Baptist Convention.
Tufts University says group violated school's nondiscrimination policy by excluding lesbian student from leadership.
William Dembski fired from Baylor's Intelligent Design center.
New Freedom Fellowship, a church for recovering substance abusers, helps people walk with Christ.
A new law puts Protestants on equal footing with Roman Catholics.
The Jubilee 2000 success is evidence that everyday people can make a difference.
Abductions only part of harassment in Philippines.
Christians Scorn 'China Model' Fundamentalist Hindu leader's proposal would oust missionaries.
Sisters appealing decision to revoke Israeli citizenship.
What is Christian art, and what does it look like?
What does RU-486 change about abortion?
For the past century, the Nobel Peace Prize has spotlighted those who work for fraternity among the nations. But strife and warfare are often thwarted by Christians working quietly and prayerfully.
Nobel Peace Prize winners explicitly influenced by Christian principles.
In Northern Ireland, a Catholic monk and a Presbyterian pastor learn to work together for peace.
Ed Butchart's year-round mission to recover the true spirit of St. Nicholas.
Tracing the roots of Santa Claus to the early church.
America's most collected artist is a Christian who seeks to sabotage Modernism by painting beauty, sentiment, and the memory of Eden.
Coloring in the lines other Christians drew for me was much easier than the hard, divine work of becoming the person God wants me to be.
Church-growth critics and partisans would do well to visit Louisville's Southeast Christian Church.
Palestinian Christians want both peace in their villages and justice for their Muslim brothers.
Land of Israel promised by God only to the Jews, opposition leader tells Christian group.
Churches of all stripes have been growing for decades, as have the controversies and challenges facing evangelicals.
How an 8-year-old girl from Georgia began a community program that has fed thousands.
A fast-growing Kansas City church builds on success by using an innovative plan for real-estate development.
Methodism is perfectly situated to reach Gen-Xers, says pastor.
Quotations to contemplate on the Incarnation.
A modest proposal for measuring what really matters in church life.
Classical Christian music, especially the sacred works of Johann Sebastian Bach, finds a young, and large, audience.
Three books dig for insights into the shadowy ruler and his wife.
Believers dream again of a breakthrough film. Left Behind is not it.
Everyone I've looked up to has shared one trait.
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