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November 12 , 2001
Volume 45, Number 14
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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
Falling Down
Talk about it
Stereotype Be
New Tribes Mission says three men probably died after five years ago
Our technologies give us an illusion of omnipresence—most of the time
Quotes and comments since the September 11 terrorist attacks
The world around us by the numbers
Film producer Matt Crouch reasons that God positioned the movie right after September 11
According to airport chaplain, travelers don't take flying for granted after September 11.
Are you the son of a Christian celebrity? Then you're probably working on a film
How do books post-Prayer of Jabez stack up?
An online ministry disguises itself as a porn site to draw in those who need help
Harry doesn't always make money magically appear
Nobody seems to want the Dead Sea Scrolls
Sudan Peace Act may be a casualty of the war on terrorism.
Justices have agreed to determine constitutionality of Ohio program
Since RU-486's approval, rising safety concerns and common side effects have led to little use.
But Christian Brotherhood Newsletter faces a backlog of unpaid claims
Lutherans try to overcome clergy shortages
Popular British import has big goals for American outreach
Anti-Christian sentiments in Pakistan run high, culminate in protests and church shooting
Family, churches press for release of American missionaries in Kabul
Embattled ministry appeals judicial ruling
A church-run injection center for heroin addicts claims success
America may not be God's chosen nation, but it does have a mission that churches can support
Seeking mercy is a better response to 9/11 than seeking meaning
The President, facing a grief-stricken nation under attack, finds his voice and his mission
One man's journal of ministry among New York City's firefighters and police officers at Ground Zero
The contraceptive mentality says children are something to be avoided. We're not buying it
Is this a command, or a blessing?
Even Christians get seduced by the sexual lies our culture proclaims
New census data on the Latinos in our midst presents a reality check for cross-cultural outreach
I thought the high-powered, heady world of dot-coms—even dot-coms devoted to religion and spirituality—was far removed from my own walk with Christ
Quotations to stir the heart and mind
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in Pakistan.
Why did an omniscient God create humankind knowing that people, in every generation, would reject him?
Our technologies give us an illusion of omnipresence—most of the time
The onscreen Fellowship of the Ring launches a new wave of Tolkienmania
Novelist Ron Hansen wrestles to integrate belief and craft
The Benjamin Gate delivers worship music to the technology-driven 21st Century
British band Steve mixes creative praise with driving rock
Nicole C. Mullen uses pumping beats, fun atmosphere to explore God's strength
Eclectic album outlines dc Talk veteran's existence
If September 11 was a divine warning, it's God's people who are being warned
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