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April 2004
Volume 48, Number 4
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Table of Contents
Evangelicals must fight the resurgence of anti-Semitism.
Sinners of all stripes find a church home under the I-35.
Why Chinese house churches may just end up fulfilling the Great Commission.
A method for bringing victims and offenders together.
Bill Gaither has succeeded in putting together an event that increases Christ through the performers' diminishment.
Talking about the real Jesus is a dangerous thing.
What we can learn from a monument now locked in an Alabama closet.
House-church Christians start renting buildings, and dream of evangelism.
Outsiders say we're the status quo. Our call is to prove them wrong.
Shamblin defends Atlanta couple charged with murder.
Recent quotes on sex ed., church receptionists, and Bible stories.
Are some people lost just a little bit in the same way that others are saved only as through fire?
Ten years after the slaughter, Rwandans begin to mend their torn nation with a justice that is both biblical and African.
A high school girl further increases God's prime-time exposure.
Unveiling is a commendable debut novel.
Churches attempt to overcome constitutional stalemate
U.S. Circuit Court upholds ban on gay adoption
Deaths, promotions, and other tidbits from the religion world.
The Senate Majority Leader on key moral issues.
Recent comments by Walter Cronkite, Bush, and an evangelizing pilot
Easter quotations to stir heart and mind.
Supreme Court says states can deny public funds to some religious students.
The basic money challenge is saying no.
Exploring the rise of evangelical feminism.
Administration proposes plan to teach couples relationship skills
Responding to cloning, banning religious apparel in France, and a ponzi scheme
Why Sin Matters says sin and grace are part of the same story.
What can happen when entrepreneurs think they are missionaries first.
Freedom isn't much good if you don't have a sense of direction.
Christians fight to keep 'morning-after-pill' under the counter.
Christians gear up to evangelize - with help from Mel Gibson.
Government seeks to stamp out North Korea refugee problem.
Bill Gaither insists it's not about him. And nobody seems to disagree.
Christians in Massachusetts are playing catch-up to protect the age-old institution.
Vietnam's guarantees of religious freedom are not fooling anybody.
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