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March 5 , 2001
Volume 45, Number 4
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Table of Contents
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
If convicted, Greater Ministries defendants face massive fines, prison terms.
Rate of decline even worse for evangelicals, says author of study
Former and current Jehovah Witnesses question a policy they say discourages leaders from reporting abuse.
Jehovah's Witnesses organization changing structure
Despite tourism boom, churches in Bahamas find no shortage of people in need.
Natural-gas increases strain church budgets across the U.S.
El Salvador is counting on international aid
Without official recognition, ministry and the elderly suffer.
Russia registers more than 9,000 religious organizations, but number is only 60 percent of religious groups in 1990s.
Religious leaders' protests go unheeded by lawmakers
Proposed bill would grant Christian women the right to ask for divorce if their husbands commit adultery.
Afghanistan's Islamic army also says it will kill any non-Muslim seeking converts.
Agencies appeal for funds to aid victims
Our recommendations for President Bush and the 107th Congress
Socially responsive investors question AT&T's trafficking in hardcore smut.
What Internet porn did to one pastor, his wife, his ministry, their life
Christ-centered help for those struggling with Internet pornography and sexual addiction.
For my father-in-law, his place in the order of Creation was no diminishment, but the beginning of wisdom.
A former process theologian says a 30-percent God is not worth worshipping
God's love, mercy, passion, compassion, grief, and anger are chiseled down to two words
When it comes to relating to the Jewish people, should we dialogue, cooperate, or evangelize?
'Third-Culture Kids' may be one of the most neglected, and most influential, unreached people groups
International schools, though relatively little known, teach children of some of the future's most influential people. Some alumni:
Conservatives gear up to lobby for their presidential priorities
In a consumer society, there are inevitably two kinds of slaves: the prisoners of addictions and the prisoners of envy
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in China
Why aren't evangelicals reading the Bible in worship anymore?
Are mentally challenged adults whose intellectual age is probably that of a 1-year-old sheltered under God's salvation?
Good guilt entails more than repentance for merely personal sins
The best-selling novelist describes the tormented childhood that shaped his imagination.
An evangelical alternative to Disney World makes a stormy debut in central Florida.
Moral truth is in jeopardy when the courts enter the business of making law.
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