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June 11 , 2001
Volume 45, Number 8
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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
Behind James A. Beverley's report on the Dalai Lama
"Vouchers dropped, but testing, tax credits remain in Bush education plan"
Conservatives threaten to withhold money if national leadership doesn't agree with affirmations
"Arrangement designed to save Christian Brotherhood Newsletter, not dissolve it"
But Baptist Foundation of Arizona victims will have to wait in line
"Five former Baptist Foundation of Arizona officials plead not guilty to theft, fraud, and racketeering"
Religious organizations targeting immigrant populations seek to make the church an embassy.
"Both American mosques and their attendees are young, study finds"
Pending trial in California will test the limits of religion on campus
"Pharmaceutical companies drop suit against South Africa, but problems remain"
"Recent tragedy highlights courage, risks of mission aviators"
Prime minister of Malaysia speaks to World Evangelical Fellowship as group addresses domestic abuse and debt relief.
Missionary aviators say their risky work at times puts them in mortal danger
Is daycare preparing toddlers to become bullies?
Evangelical assumptions about singleness still need rethinking
There are more single people in America than ever—and they need the church as much as ever.
Online matchmaking is changing the Christian dating game
An interview with I Kissed Dating Goodbye author Joshua Harris
A slew of recent dating books are asking the wrong question
Christopher Hall and John Sanders debate openness theology (Part II).
Christopher A. Hall and John Sanders continue their debate of openness theology.
Critics allege safety concerns overlooked in FDA approval process
White House chief of staff says abortion isn't on list of public policy priorities
"CT visits the Dalai Lama, spiritual hero to millions"
"What the Dalai Lama and his followers believe about God, Buddha, and other teachings"
Aspects of Tibetan spirituality should give Christians pause
The Dalai Lama says he appreciates Christian attempts to address persecution in his homeland
Alvin Plantinga: the 20th century's greatest philosopher?
Prophecy from the first book of the Bible
Quotations to stir heart and mind on places where God is encountered
Testing our social philosophy
An interview with John DiIulio, Bush's charitable-choice point man
The case for compassionate conservationism
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in Sudan
The church suffers when pastors confuse anecdotes with parables
The Prayer of Jabez is already one of the best-selling religious books in history. Why?
Denominational conflicts may arise from views of God rather than competing worldviews
Christian singer-songwriters take their faith into the culture of chiming guitars and protest songs
We should be angry that the media hawks violence and that parents allow it
How to Stop the Shootings
How to Stop the Shootings
There is no simple solution to America's gun violence. But there is hope.