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February 7 2000, 2000
Volume 44, Number 2
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Have We Become Too Busy With Death?
As 4,900 people die each day from AIDS, African Christians ask themselves:
What's the Good News?
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.

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The Back Page | Philip Yancey:Would Jesus Worship Here?
Across the world, God moves in mysterious ways.
Church Leaders Confront AIDS
Videos of Hate
Columbine killers harbored anti-Christian prejudice.
Bioethics:New Stem-Cell Research Guidelines Criticized
NIH guidelines skirt ethical issues about embryo destruction, charge bioethicists
Updates
TIAA-CREF Drops Sudan Oil Stocks
Business:Thomas Nelson Buys 60 Percent of New Life Treatment Centers
Deal gives publisher access to Women of Faith conferences
Comics:The End of the Peanuts Parables
Charles Schulz dies on eve of last strip
Law:Do Computers Cross the Church-State Divide?
The Supreme Court examines federal aid to private schools.
Southern Baptists: Evangelism in Chicago stirs debate
Southern Baptists rebuff critics of Chicago evangelism plan.
Nigeria:Churches Challenge Islamic Law
Third state moving toward implementing Koranic laws
Arrests of Pastor Signal Religious Freedom Setback
Li Dexian repeatedly detained.
Orthodox Leaders Closer to Unity
20 Copts Die as Village Tensions Flare
'Sexual Revolution,' AIDS, and the African Church
Speeds Spread of HIV Among Africans
What's the Good News?  Reconciling Love
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
What's the Good News?  For Us—and Creation
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
What's the Good News?  The Gift
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
What's the Good News?  Wonderful News
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
What's the Good News?  A Mystery Revealed
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
What's the Good News?  The Truest Story
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
What's the Good News?  Divine Fellowship
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
What's the Good News?  Mighty to Save
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
The Gospel Statement Revisited
an interview with Timothy George
What's the Good News?  Good News of Jesus
Nine evangelical leaders define the gospel.
T.D. Jakes Feels Your Pain
Though critics question his theology, this fiery preacher packs arenas with a message of emotional healing.
Apologetics Journal Criticizes Jakes
Christian Research Institute publication questions preacher's view of Trinity
Walking Where Lewis Walked
My reluctant entry into the world of pilgrimage.
A Peacemaker in Provo
How one Pentecostal pastor taught his Congregation to love Mormons.
Mere Mormonism
Journalist Richard Ostling explores LDS culture, theology, and fans of 'crypto-Mormon' C.S. Lewis.
Might for Right?
As presidential primaries get under way, Christian conservatives aim to win.
Your World:Psalm 23 and All That
Foggy childhood memories create Bible bloopers.
Popular Culture:Take a Little Time Out
Amy Grant's ever-smiling face is everywhere, obscuring the tragedy of two failed marriages.
An Elder Statesman’s Plea
John Stott's 'little statement on evangelical faith' reveals the strengths and limitations of the movement he helped create.
The Back Page | Philip Yancey:Would Jesus Worship Here?
Across the world, God moves in mysterious ways.
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