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April 2 , 2001
Volume 45, Number 5
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Table of Contents 2001
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
The Taliban's destruction of Buddhist statues is only the latest controversy over the Second Commandment
NARAL says 43 prolife measures were passed at the state level last year.
Ohio seeks $16 million in damages against Christian Brotherhood Newsletter.
Policy banning gay troop leaders called incompatible with belief that people are created in the image of God.
Fundamental Baptist congregation is one of country's largest
Religious broadcasters quietly cut historic link to National Association of Evangelicals.
Faith-based organizations cautious but eager for government aid
Race, religion played decisive roles in the presidential vote
New Tribes Mission workers abducted eight years ago
But more than 50 Pakistani Christians have been victimized on trumped-up charges since 1987
Radical Hindus hijack supplies in quake intervention
Understanding, not agreement, sought on historical, theological, and pastoral issues
While decrying land redistribution program, president of Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe stepping down after financial dispute
Bush's faith-based initiative should reinvigorate our mission of service
A new exhibit at the Holocaust Museum is a very good sign
Evangelical historians have finally earned the respect of the secular academy. But some critics say they've sold out. Not really
There is a Christian way to study the past without weakening the truth.
Since the infamous massacre, America has been rethinking the role of religion in the public square.
As John Stott turns 80, he still finds weeds to pull, birds to watch, and petitions to make
Reflections on the occasion of John R.W. Stott's 80th birthday.
Modern spirituality begins and ends with the self; Christian spirituality, with the Alpha and Omega
How the whole people of God can minister to the unemployed. An interview with career counselor Richard Kew.
Conservative Christians are not faring well in Canada's brave new secular society
We're no longer interested in tasting death but only little morsels of cheer.
Vouchers are not an attack on public schools but a vote of trust in families.
Two books are optimistic about the coming generations but for different, and sometimes contradictory, reasons.
A PBS Film subtly depicts a catholic priest's persistant urban ministry
Rick Harden's bleak landscapes reveal our moral vulnerability
I used to disdain biblical talk of invisible spirits. No more
Why We Still Need Christian Colleges
Why We Still Need Christian Colleges
As the liberal arts struggle, we should rally around Christian campuses that still embrace them.