January (Web-only) 2003

You Say Choice, I Say MurderSubscriber Access Only
Before prolife arguments can reach the undecided American, we have got to look at the language we use.
Double Indemnity Meets Dead SoulsSubscriber Access Only
A conversation with novelist Richard Dooling
A Very Unmerry Christmas in BethlehemSubscriber Access Only
Two injured in British abbey attack, and more information comes to light about the Yemen missionary killings
The Search for the Holy Grail ContinuesSubscriber Access Only
Evangelical father accused of murdering pregnant wife and three children, Billy Graham plans two more missions, and other stories from online sources around the world
Peter Jenkins Finds Jesus While Walking AmericaSubscriber Access Only
The author of A Walk Across America talks about why angels smiled down at him at a revival in Mobile, Alabama.
Procter & Gamble's Satanism Suit Against Amway TossedSubscriber Access Only
Gospel Music Association head quits, Pat Robertson tied to Osama, and other stories from online sources around the world
In Perspective: Who Are the Raëlians?Subscriber Access Only
A UFO sect that runs a space amusement park and hosts sex conferences now claims it has cloned humans. But why?
Hours and Chicago Are DespairingSubscriber Access Only
The Best Films of 2002Subscriber Access Only
The year saw a trend in despair, anger, and revenge at the cinema. Critics and readers weigh in on their favorite depictions of it.
Cloning Ban Bill Reintroduced in HouseSubscriber Access Only
Muslims blame Christians for church attack, the church goes Amish, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Yemeni Missionaries' Killer Had Earlier Sought Their HelpSubscriber Access Only
Southern Baptists fight hometown, and other stories from online sources around the world
From Oratorios to ElvisSubscriber Access Only
Pop culture has been coming to a church near you for hundreds of years
Censoring Christian FilmsSubscriber Access Only
As Pat Robertson's Regent U. issues artistic guidelines, Nigeria's censors make arrests for religious denigration
Books Present, Books Past, and Books to ComeSubscriber Access Only
A new format for this column
Stone Tablet Confirms Solomon's Temple, Biblical NarrativeSubscriber Access Only
Ashcroft goes to bat for faith-based initiative, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Is God Exciting Enough?Subscriber Access Only
The author of Still Bored in a Culture of Entertainment says that increased stimulation has caused a deadness of soul. What can turn it around?
Hindu Mob Attacks Pastor, U.S. Missionary, and OthersSubscriber Access Only
Presbyterians may call first-ever Special Assembly, former AG suggests Jesus was a terrorist, and other stories from online sources around the world
'Not Just Another Holocaust Movie'Subscriber Access Only
Religious press critics review The Pianist, Just Married, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Love Liza, Max, and other highly acclaimed recent releases. Plus: Criticizing Left Behind, and Regent U's controversial student films.
Clonaid Journalist, Mel Gibson Allege Anti-Religion InquisitionsSubscriber Access Only
Abortion declines, Unitarian Universalists debate need for God, and other stories from online sources around the world
InterVarsity Tactics Vary Widely in Countering OppositionSubscriber Access Only
More arrests in Hindu attack on missionary as trial of missionary murder continues, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Caveat Gyrator (Elvis Priestly, Part II)Subscriber Access Only
So you've got an evangelistic pop-culture act ready for prime time. Here's a historical pause for reflection.
Comments on Islam Endanger Missionaries, Letter SaysSubscriber Access Only
Baptists in Muslim nations plead for restraint in public statements by American Christians
Muffled, Mumbled, and Other Public PrayersSubscriber Access Only
Are invocations the newest big church-state battleground?
Books & Culture's Book of the Week: Encounters of the GodsSubscriber Access Only
Christianity and Native American religion in early America.
Eddie Gibbs Reconsiders Gen X ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
The author of Church Next and Fuller's professor of church growth says his views on church leadership have grown
India Expels Pastor Who Was Attacked by Hindu MobSubscriber Access Only
Palestine's official religion, Left Behind's casting call, and other stories from online sources around the world
What Both Sides in the Abortion War Can Agree OnSubscriber Access Only
The post-Roe generation, and many other abortion-related links to news sources around the world
Bad Comedy Is a Threat to National SecuritySubscriber Access Only
Critics are not laughing at the new year's batch of comedies: National Security, A Guy Thing, and Kangaroo Jack. Plus, persecuted Mel Gibson defends his Messiah movie
Hindu Militants Prepare to Attack Other Foreign ChristiansSubscriber Access Only
Religious discrimination in the workplace, Roy Moore's 9/11 pronouncement, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Did AIDS Council Nominee Really Call Disease the 'Gay Plague'?Subscriber Access Only
Greek Orthodox leadership puts kibosh on American independence, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Sex, Politics, and the BibleSubscriber Access Only
Some words just don't mean what they used to …
Should Religion Majors Be Refused State Financial Aid?Subscriber Access Only
Evangelical leaders on invading Iraq, and case dismissed against pastor beaten by Hindu mob
Books & Culture's Book of the Week: Strange BedfellowsSubscriber Access Only
Christopher Hitchens and Christopher Caldwell collaborate on a collection of political writing. Has the millennium arrived unnoticed?
Presbyterian Special Assembly On Gay Clergy CancelledSubscriber Access Only
Baptist missionaries won't be allowed to return to field until they've signed faith statement, and other stories from online sources around the world
Dan Bahat on Jerusalem ArchaeologySubscriber Access Only
One of Israel's leading archaeologists talks about the importance of the Temple Mount and key historical finds in the Holy Land
Must European Churches Now Hire Non-Christians?Subscriber Access Only
Religion in the State of the Union, a shootout in Mexico, and other stories from online sources around the world
Two Elegant Adaptations by Director Phillip NoyceSubscriber Access Only
What critics are saying about Phillip Noyce's The Quiet American and Rabbit-Proof Fence, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Darkness Falls, Chicago, and other recent hits. Plus: Holly McClure looks at Mad Mel's risky new film about Jesus.
Indonesian Christians in Danger as Laskar Jihad Leader FreedSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals' role in Bush's anti-AIDS campaign, and other stories from online sources around the world
Judge Calls Denial of Communion 'Tremendous Violence'Subscriber Access Only
Girl sues after she's kicked out of Christian school, and other stories from online sources around the world
Finding God in a BoxSubscriber Access Only
Have archaeological discoveries like the James ossuary served or obscured the quest to verify the Bible?
Bruce AlmightySubscriber Access Only
Jim Carrey plays God with unholy flair in a movie that is Judeo-Christian to its bones.
LutherSubscriber Access Only
A high-caliber film shows how messy it was when Luther helped change the course of history.
Most ("The Bridge")Subscriber Access Only
A Rush of Blood to the HeadSubscriber Access Only
Alternative pop/rock
AudioslaveSubscriber Access Only
Modern/alternative rock
Birds of PraySubscriber Access Only
Anthemic alternative rock
Busted StuffSubscriber Access Only
Progressive acoustic jazz/rock
Diamonds on the InsideSubscriber Access Only
Bluesy rock, soul, folk, funk, and reggae
eastmountainsouthSubscriber Access Only
Modern folk-pop
Exit ElvisSubscriber Access Only
Heavy modern rock
FallenSubscriber Access Only
Beautiful and haunting gothic rock
Gotta Get Thru ThisSubscriber Access Only
Programmed Euro pop/R && B
Live at the WetlandsSubscriber Access Only
Soulful, bluesy rock jams
Mary Star of the SeaSubscriber Access Only
Modern/alternative rock
MeteoraSubscriber Access Only
Melodic nü-metal
My Private NationSubscriber Access Only
Classic pop/rock
OhioSubscriber Access Only
Sophisticated country/folk/pop/rock
OldenSubscriber Access Only
"Country gothic"
Only With Laughter Can You WinSubscriber Access Only
Quiet, contemplative folk-pop
ShineSubscriber Access Only
Ethereal and eclectic folk pop
The RisingSubscriber Access Only
Classic rock
Christmas Wrap-Up 2003Subscriber Access Only
2003 Readers' Choice Christian Music AwardsSubscriber Access Only
Skillet, St. James, Smitty take top spots in survey
Glimpses of God (Vol. 1)Subscriber Access Only
Glimpses of God (Vol. 2)Subscriber Access Only
Melodic nÙ-metal
Glimpses of God (Vol. 3)Subscriber Access Only
Glimpses of God (Vol. 4)Subscriber Access Only

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