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July 8 , 2001
Volume 45, Number 9
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Table of Contents
Twenty-six years after leaving prison, Charles Colson has become one of America's most significant social reformers
A Minneapolis ad executive leaves a lucrative career to market the message
They've seen their parents shot, their villages burned, and their homeland recede in the distance as they escaped. Now these Sudanese youth build a new life in suburban Seattle
Muslim refugees experience Christian hospitality
How two Episcopalians—one conservative, one liberal—have learned to say reconciliation.
Father Brian Cox has preached reconciliation in Eastern Europe, Southern California, and now in his own denomination
Behind Douglas LeBlanc's story of reconciliation in the Episcopal Church
T. W. Wilson exemplified the sacrificial spirit that makes team ministry work.
Recent headlines imply that being born again leads to divorce. Not quite.
Quotations to stir heart and mind on the heritage of faith
One man's testimony from the First Great Mammon Awakening.
Who is writing the church's story?
Parents who raise their children to do right face a barrage of resistance
A cable-TV film treats the Arthurian legend as a canvas for goddess worshipers
Jo Kadlecek finds Fear Not a harder command to follow
Swedish artist Janeric Johansson challenges political leaders with biblical themes
Evangelicals should be more needful of the minds of others
Christian focus on racial reconciliation is set back after Cincinnati's riots
British Columbia College of Teachers must accredit Trinity Western University, says Canada's Supreme Court
Author Ezzo nearly loses book contract in ongoing dispute
Crackdown follows massive anti-government protests
Baptist women seek out and care for ashamed, abandoned AIDS patients
French legislation could be used against legitimate religious minorities, including evangelicals
About half of the planned excavations in the Holy Land this summer have been canceled
Steve Allen's final book argues that an emphasis on morality is the key to saving popular culture
Norman Anthony Peart examines racial reconciliation in the church
Anthony Tomasino challenges our indifference to the Ten Commandments
Denial means Indiana town's Decalogue display is unconstitutional
Leader turned around association after televangelism scandals in 1980s.
When God Makes Sunbeams Collide with Waterfall Spray
When God Makes Sunbeams Collide with Waterfall Spray
Rainbows signify something more than a post-Flood peace offering.