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June 10 2002, 2002
Volume 46, Number 7
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Cover Story

How to Build Homes Without Putting Up Walls
"Habitat for Humanity strives to keep its Christian identity—a tricky task, when everybody wants to join."

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No Secrets about Agents, Man
Did an author's business arrangement blind him to important questions about Christian publishing?
"Do the Dew, Davey"
Davey and Goliath creators say the only way to bring the show back is through merchandising and endorsements
From the Fringe to the Fold
The Scottish Bible Society offers cash to performers who use arts festival to spread gospel
Quotation Marks
"Comments on Christians in public schools, archaeology, and filming fiery martyrdom scenes"
Separation of God and Gridiron
Newspaper reports assistant football coach lost his job for religious beliefs
Mark the Date
Concerned Women for America face July 8 protest over stance against sadomasochism
"RU-486: After two die, Danco Labs warns doctors about dangers."
Danco Labs warns doctors about dangers of 'early option' pill
"Religious Liberty: Falwell, ACLU fight church restrictions and win."
Virginia laws prohibiting church incorporation found unconstitutional
Right to Die: Hawaii kills physician-assisted suicide bill
"State Senate defeat slows compassion juggernaut, Christian groups say"
National Association of Evangelicals regroups in nation’s capital
Association headquarters to move in with government affairs unit
Family Feud: Theologians Decry 'Narrow' Boundaries.
110 evangelical leaders sign joint statement
Heresy Charge Torpedoes Pastor's Political Debut
Tulsa Christian leaders reject Pearson's 'gospel of inclusion' as universalism
Who's a Jew?: Messianic ministry sued over use of menorah.
Canadian Jews sue Chosen People Ministries over use of ancient symbol
Kazakhstan: Constitutional Council rejects new religious restrictions.
Kazakhstan ban on unregistered groups found to violate the nation's constitution
"Growing Protestants, Catholics Draw Ire"
New law would expand special status for Russian Orthodoxy
Hindus Continue to Slaughter Muslims in India
Reports implicate police in orchestrating riots
Pakistan: Court weighs appeal of death-row Christian.
Family pins hopes for release on attorney's novel argument
Free the Burnhams
"A year after the missionaries' abduction, it's time to bring them home"
Two Cheers for Celibacy
People who expect a sudden reversal of the century long clerical requirement show an inadequate understanding of why the Vatican is committed to this policy
Keeping the Faith
How other Christian organizations stay true to their mission.
Evangelism of the Hammer
How Habitat's Christian identity gets translated in Costa Rica
The Smiling Grandfather Clock
On Father's Day, the Holy Ghost helped me finally connect the dots and glimpse God's character.
Defender of Dignity
"Leon Kass, head of the President's Council on Bioethics, hopes to thwart the business-biomedical agenda"
Prayer
Quotations to stir the heart and mind about speaking with God
"Bearing the Cross: Hounded, Beaten, and Shot in India"
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in India
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A young director's documentary is thin on theology but rich with compassion
The Postmodern Moment
Are Christians prepared for ministry after modernism's failure?
Interstate Nation
The national highway system is a lesson in how to transform a nation
The Wages of Secularism
New laws won't prevent another Enron
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