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October 2 2000, 2000
Volume 44, Number 11
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We Can Overcome
A CT forum examines the subtle nature of the church's racial division—and offers hope.

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Different Worlds
Inside Politics: Love the President, Hate the Policy
At Willow Creek conference, President Clinton reviews his moral failures, details his spiritual recovery.
Pentecostal Shakes up Canadian Politics
Stockwell Day, leader of Canadian Alliance, wins House of Commons seat.
Radio: Broadcasters Resist Low-Power FM Licenses
Broadcasters resist low-power FM licenses due to listening-quality concerns.
Alabama Schools Gain Church Funding
After churches defeat education lottery, some agree to historians controversial plan.
Healthcare: Bearing (some but not all) Burdens
Clean-living Christians create an unusual way to share medical expenses.
Evangelism: World Assembly Aims to Grow
World Assembly of God Fellowship aims to triple its size.
Maid in Hong Kong
The city's churches are helping exploited migrant workers.
Pakistan: Rapes of Christians Put Pakistani Justice on Trial
Religious apartheid is coming, says human rights leader.
Iraq: Death by Sanctions
Iraqi Christians persevere in spite of Saddam Hussein and 10 years of an economic embargo.
Doers of the Word
The Amsterdam Declaration illustrates how far evangelicals have come in 26 years—especially in putting ideas into practice.
Politics and the Observant Jew
Joseph Lieberman's Torah observance could renew America's moral debate.
Divided by Faith?
A recent study argues that American evangelicals cannot foster genuine racial reconciliation. Is our theology to blame?
Color-Blinded
Why 11 o'clock Sunday morning is still a mostly segregated hour. An excerpt from Divided by Faith.
Common Ground in the Supermarket Line
A profile in racial unity.
Shoulder to Shoulder in the Sanctuary
A profile in racial unity.
The Lord in Black Skin
As a white pastor of a black church, I found the main reason prejudice and racism hurt so much: because we are so much alike.
From Mass Evangelist to Soul Friend
Leighton Ford's new ministry is, in many ways, like his former calling—only more personal
The Burning Bush from Texas
The spiritual journey of George W. Bush starts in hardscrabble west Texas. Will the White House be his next stop?
A Cry in the Nuclear Wilderness
Nearly everyone at the nuclear power plant wanted to cover up the hazards, but one engineer refused to go along.
Some Day: Empty Windows
While 10,000 evangelists take the day off in Amsterdam, local ministries continue their long, personal mission.
In the Word: The Kosovo Phenomenon
A precise account of the human condition, at all times and in all places.
Prostrating Before Politics
Christians work to reclaim the culture for Jesus. Maybe he doesn't want it.
Hallowing Halloween
Why Christians should embrace the devilish holiday with gusto—and laughter.
Quotations on Time and Eternity
Quotations on time and eternity.
Furthermore: The Fullness of Time
I'd like life to be a series of pauses like a poem, rather than a fast-paced, page-turner airport novel.
Eyes of Tammy Faye, The
"She has unintentionally become an ambassador of God's grace to a community that has received too few envoys from evangelicalism."
Slivers of Enlightenment
Seven years after its publication, Roaring Lambs—now with a companion CD—still prods Christian artists to engage the culture.
Singing Briner's Praises
A review of the Roaring Lambs CD.
MAD No More
In this post-Cold War era, it's time to rethink our nation's defensive strategy.
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