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April 23 , 2001
Volume 45, Number 6
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Table of Contents
Why C.S. Lewis's books remain models for Christian apologists in the 21st century
Each winter brings a different sort of blizzard to Christianity Today's offices in the western suburbs of Chicago as publishers deluge us with nominations for our Annual Book Awards
With Velma Still Cooks in Leeway, Vinita Hampton Wright leads a quiet transformation of Christian fiction
What spiritual direction is, and why evangelicals are increasingly attracted to it. An interview with Holy Invitations author Jeannette Bakke
When we are battered or baffled by personal injustices, God whispers, If you do what is right, it will go well with you.
On issues from foster care to the future of missions. Christianity Today staff have been writing for more than the magazine
Many Americans, even Christians, pick and choose their ideas of right and wrong
The Times should have run a correction. Instead, it might change government policy
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in Indonesia
Quotations to stir heart and mind during Holy Week
Six leading openness theologians say that many assumptions made about their views are simply wrong
Hospitality is not merely good manners but a ministry of healing
The International Bible Society is doing spiritual archaeology and retro-publishing to reach seekers
Two scholars seek to rescue the Great Commission from narrowly evangelistic readings, but their answers may be dangerously wide
T-Bone brings hip-hop swagger to spiritual warfare
The XFL is but the latest sign of the coarsening of our culture
Religious groups fight Internet copyright abuses.
Opponents say vague wording led to defeat
Anger likely to continue over case of extramarital affair 20 years ago
Meanwhile, group suggests religious broadcasters reconsider severing ties.
Five leaders face jail time for one of the largest Ponzi operations ever
Anglican theological panel to consider reprimand proposal
High standards are key, says new survey from the Hartford Institute for Religion Research
Producers didn't make the blockbuster they promised, he says
Can an after-school Christian club use public school facilities? The Supreme Court will decide
Sri Lanka churches try to reconcile Sinhalese Buddhists and Hindu Tamils
Christian pilgrims learn about Palestinians' everyday indignities
More than 600 Christians from around the world flock to Jerusalem to show solidarity with Israel as peace process collapses
Many Christian agencies are still doing earthquake relief among India's poorest victims
But Zambians are divided over whether Frederick Chiluba should stay.
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