August (Web-only) 2002

A Folk-Rock Caravaggio
A Folk-Rock CaravaggioSubscriber Access Only
Jennifer Knapp sings of the Incarnation's bloody realities
Mind Control and the Christian CitizenSubscriber Access Only
Historian Sean Wilentz's misguided attack on Justice Antonin Scalia
Six Dead in Attack on Pakistan Christian SchoolSubscriber Access Only
World Vision hostages freed, and a Pentecostal pastor is murdered in Colombia
Ethiopian Evangelical Killed by Orthodox Church MobSubscriber Access Only
Local police fail to respond during attack
Mike YaconelliSubscriber Access Only
The author of Messy Spirituality discusses God's annoying love
Florida Court Strikes Down Vouchers Just Before School StartsSubscriber Access Only
Bush signs Born Alive Protection Act, a father tries to save his unborn child from abortion, the latest news on the Pakistan school attack, and other stories from around the world
Saudi Arabia Blocks Religious WebsitesSubscriber Access Only
Few are surprised at restrictions found in Harvard study
Newsweek's Divine ComedySubscriber Access Only
Why the Burnhams weren't freed at Christmas, Jewish missionaries, and other stories from online sources around the world
Signs of Faith on the Big ScreenSubscriber Access Only
How Christian and mainstream critics rate Signs, Full Frontal, The Master of Disguise, Who Is Cletis Tout?, Runteldat, and Never Again
Pakistan School Attackers Blow Themselves UpSubscriber Access Only
An interview with Palestine's pro-terrorism priest, the author of Approaching the Qur'an speaks on the battle over mandatory reading of his book, and many other stories from around the world
Zambian President Takes Action After Churches Criticize HimSubscriber Access Only
Mwanawasa surprises observers with his efforts to rout political corruption
Three Pakistani Christians Killed After Hospital's Chapel ServiceSubscriber Access Only
Woman whose boyfriend sued to stop abortion miscarries, the Costco church wins a battle, and many other stories from sources around the world
How the Early Church Saw HeavenSubscriber Access Only
The first Christians had very specific ideas about who they would meet in the afterlife
'CCT's Proposed Theological Basis Is Solidly Orthodox'Subscriber Access Only
The steering committee of Christian Churches Together in the U.S.A. responds to Christianity Today
How to Avoid the Coming DisasterSubscriber Access Only
Imitate Japan. No, don't imitate Japan. Time out
Christians in Pakistan Bravely Attend Church As More Attacks Called LikelySubscriber Access Only
Fourth woman dies from wounds at hospital chapel attack
Morton KondrackeSubscriber Access Only
The political commentator talks about being saved from alcoholism, and trying to save his wife from the ravages of Parkinson's
Are Christian Executives More Ethical?Subscriber Access Only
ABA may endorse cloning, gray ministry, and other stories from online sources around the world.
'A Nuclear Bomb' For Evolution?Subscriber Access Only
Critics of Darwinism say skull's discovery isn't all it's cracked up to be
Jews Are Already Saved, Say U.S. Catholic BishopsSubscriber Access Only
Muslims attack Christians in Indonesia, Pakistan's Musharraf condemns raids as more arrests made, and other stories around the world
Family-Friendly Fare from Fancied Fathers of FilthSubscriber Access Only
Readers respond to challenging Disney, and critics respond to Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams, XXX, Blood Work, Happy Times, The Good Girl, Read My Lips, and more on Full Frontal
O Reinhold, Where Art Thou?Subscriber Access Only
Franklin Graham says Muslims should compensate 9/11 victims' families, and other stories from online sources around the world
Pakistan Mourns, Arrests More Militants, and Frees Christian Ayub MasihSubscriber Access Only
Priests surveyed on gay cliques in the clergy, a church gets its water stolen, and other stories from online sources around the world
Do Jews Really Need Jesus?Subscriber Access Only
What evangelicals believe about evangelization of the Jews—and whether the Holocaust makes a difference in that task.
History in a FlashSubscriber Access Only
A new CD-ROM offers quick access to the facts of church history, plus interactive quizzes
After the QuakeSubscriber Access Only
Bedside reading for the anniversary of 9/11.
UNC Students Will Discuss Qur'an Book TodaySubscriber Access Only
A roundup of what folks are saying about the university's assignment of Approaching the Qur'an.
Ben HeppnerSubscriber Access Only
The acclaimed dramatic tenor speaks about getting into opera, his faith, and P.O.D.
Newspaper Raises Questions About Thomas Nelson's Financial PracticesSubscriber Access Only
Christian teens reconcile with their lesbian mom after suing for divorce, and other stories from online sources around the world
Christian Villages Burn Again in Central IndonesiaSubscriber Access Only
Protective armed forces are withdrawn before the attack
Don't Knock Christian RockSubscriber Access Only
The author of the Encyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music and a Lutheran seminary professor says the genre deserves more respect
Florida Christian Coalition Leader and Others Arrested on Petition Fraud ChargesSubscriber Access Only
Are those hymns really tavern songs? And other stories from online sources around the world
Adventures in Poetry and SurfingSubscriber Access Only
Critics respond to Blue Crush, Possession, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, Me Without You, 24 Hour Party People, The Good Girl, XXX, and the upcoming satire Simone. Also: Hollywood directors sue CleanFlicks and another movie about Jesus
Christian Groups Push for RU-486 BanSubscriber Access Only
Cathedral sex radio stunt spurs outrage, and other stories from online sources around the world
Judge Allows Class Action Suit Against NavySubscriber Access Only
'Non-liturgical' chaplains complain of bias in Naval promotion, hiring
Florida Adoption Law Causing Abortion, Say LawyersSubscriber Access Only
Giving Drew University the finger (of George Whitefield), and other stories from online sources around the world
Give Franklin Graham Some Slack—and Some CreditSubscriber Access Only
The evangelist shouldn't be defined by his opposition to Islam.
Spurgeon on JabezSubscriber Access Only
What history's most prolific preacher said, in 1871, about the Prayer of Jabez
The New York Times Discovers Religion (Again)Subscriber Access Only
Shouldn't the paper of record be able to move beyond Square One?
Baptist Leader Calls Catholics Anti-Semitic for Excluding Jews from EvangelismSubscriber Access Only
When Herbert stole 14,000 snails, he always got in trouble
Francine RiversSubscriber Access Only
The fiction writer says she starts each book with a question that she doesn't know the answer to. God provides the ending
Pakistani Christians Take Up Arms But Can't Defend ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
China's house churches persecuted by China and questioned by stateside Christians, and other stories from around the world
The Next Billy Graham May Be a RobotSubscriber Access Only
Should Internet evangelism use automated programs to spread the gospel?
The (Automated) Spy Who Loved JesusSubscriber Access Only
Talking to an instant messaging robot about the gospel
Parsonage Exemption Case Dimissed, But May ReturnSubscriber Access Only
The walls come a-tumblin' down? And other stories from around the world.
Is a Clean Movie Unrealistic?Subscriber Access Only
Christian film reviewers look at Little Secrets, Simone, One Hour Photo, and Serving Sara, and readers debate movie-editing software.
Religious Conservatives Feel Betrayed By Simon's Support for Domestic PartnershipsSubscriber Access Only
Anti-persecution activist Steve Snyder dies suddenly, and other stories from online sources around the world
Anti-'Under God' Atheist Takes on Congressional ChaplainsSubscriber Access Only
Batman's old buddy listens to dcTalk while reading the NIV, Springsteen the savior, and other stories from online sources around the world
A Protestant Bishop Speaks Out on the Stakes of Public EducationSubscriber Access Only
Why concerned parents should read the 17th-century Moravian educational reformer Jan Amos Comenius
September 11 Prompts Sober Missions ThinkingSubscriber Access Only
Christians have to seriously consider whether to go abroad because of dangerous elements
Waiting for Aidan Subscriber Access Only

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