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April 22 , 2002
Volume 46, Number 5
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Table of Contents 2002
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
Evangelicals and U2's singer try to figure each other out.
The number of Americans who say they have no religion is growing.
Christians step outside their jobs to give Bible lessons.
Antarctica gets its first Orthodox church.
"David Hughes preaches on Sunday, models on Monday."
"Comments on abstinence, fundamentalism, and producing clean hip-hop music."
Antioch Bible Church campaigns for fair adoption.
Campus Crusade for Christ evangelism stirs controversy and debate.
The D.C. Marathon and Palm Sunday do not mix.
"Television shows feature Christians in a race, on a trip, and in a prison"
New York attorney general goes after crisis pregnancy centers.
CTV adds a second beat reporter and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation devotes part of a new show to religion.
Jewish leaders seek meeting before June outreach.
Andersen insurer pulls plug on Baptist Foundation of Arizona settlement.
Conservative leaders say they want to rebuild the church Jesus' way.
He urges evangelicals to take a lead in fighting AIDS and poverty.
Some Southern Baptist missionaries balk at revised statement.
"After a long legal battle in Moscow, the Army gets hope that there is justice."
Orthodox demand that British give back all looted sacred items.
Officials expel four Assemblies of God volunteers.
The late President's tapes brought more pain—and a genuine act of repentance.
Evangelicals must not pretend to be immune to sexual sin by clergy or volunteers
"An insider's look at how Christian books are agented, acquired, packaged, branded, and sold in today's marketplace."
"Here are the books our judges—200 pastors, scholars, and church leaders—considered the worthiest this year."
"In the realm of mental balance and personal peace, Sigmund Freud had nothing on C. S. Lewis."
Both Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis were emotionally wounded as boys and struggled with depression as men. But a worldview can make a tremendous difference.
"Introductions to theological thinking need not be dry, bloated, or inaccessible."
My road to faith was paved with great literature.
Reference works that provide pound-for-pound excellence.
Quotations to stir the heart and mind about writing.
Richard Niebuhr's Christ and Culture is 50 years old—and still has something wise to say to evangelicals.
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in Saudi Arabia.
Won't heaven's joy be spoiled by our awareness of unsaved loved ones in hell?
Worship wars come down to music and a power plug.
Much of Jesus scholarship is about neither the historical Jesus nor good scholarship.
In The Rookie, reconciliation is even tougher work than breaking into the majors
We need to proclaim truth to a truth-impaired generation
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
In the ministry’s first major innovation in seven decades, the children now do the choosing.