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January 7 , 2002
Volume 46, Number 1
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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
Can Robertson take any more PR hits?
University professor diagnoses Samson and Ezekiel
"Comments on Islam, post-9/11 spirituality, and having visions"
Can exorcising a soccer stadium end a losing streak?
More Americans who read the Bible are at peace than those who don't
Having trouble finding Icelandic techno in your bookstore? Try online
The containerized chapel has everything troops need to worship
"If caught for speeding, you can pray instead of pay"
"A church in Norway first held an 88-hour service, and now it wants to sing through the hymnal"
Charities overwhelmed by task of distributing $1.5 billion windfall
Executive director says belt-tightening was inevitable before church and economic uncertainty
September 11 terrorist attacks top Christianity Today's list of the year's most influential news stories.
Criticisms of unionism and syncretism against Kieschnick pushed aside in ruling
"After Advanced Cell Technology announcement, sharp criticism comes from all sides"
Western region action would have allowed health insurance for a legally domiciled adult living with an employee
Largest contributing churches are reassessing their contributions
CTV appoints Mark Schneider as anchor for spirituality segment
"Church, government still wrestling over ending lawsuits"
But supporters of open theism say they'll stay in the Evangelical Theological Society despite resolution
Relief agencies mount efforts as Christian radio begins Dari broadcasts
The adoption of Islamic law in northern Nigeria has ignited conflict between Christians and Muslims
"Local Christians support decision to exit the caste system, but missions hype spoils the event"
Religious leaders join the Peruvian government in investigating unsolved crimes
Evangelicals warn that peace process is in trouble
Fundamentalist has become a rhetorical weapon of mass destruction
"The Communist country may ease some religious restrictions, but they still want an apolitical church."
The controversy reveals a struggle for the soul of Islam
"Though Muslims shared allegiance to Muhammad and to the Qur'an, Islam faced division as soon as the prophet died"
What Oswald Chambers and C.S. Lewis teach us about living through the long battle with terrorism
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in Vietnam
The retiring head of Exodus says gay transformation ministries are more respected and effective than ever
Beauty is making a comeback in science and theology. Will it find its place in the lives of believers?
Quotations to stir the heart and mind on hatred and forgiveness
We live in a fallen world. We will die. We need to face that
He Qi first saw Jesus' face in an old magazine. Now he paints his own images of the biblical story
It's well nigh impossible to hate the warm-hearted Harry Potter. A review of 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.'
"Big screen and small screen features focus on C.S. Lewis, WWII pacifists, and young love"
Randall Balmer returns to his father's faith—with qualifications and hesitations
We need to be informed and discerning about the Islamic worldview
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Preemptive Love’s Jeremy Courtney says despite the Turkey deal, “This crisis shows no sign of letting up, and we can’t either.”