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August 2004
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Table of Contents
Plus: Doug LeBlanc's next move.
With new peace accord signed, Christians prepare to meet needs.
Atheist says battle over 'under God' has just begun.
Deaths, promotions, and other items from the religion world.
Recent quotes on Friends sexual harassment, EU Constitution, stem cells, and the psychotic self-righteous evangelicals.
Front line of Communion war spreads to homosexuality.
Southern Baptists reaffirm their conservative positions.
Statement affirming homosexual unions roils Anglicans.
Recent stats on organized religion, same-sex marriage, and Israel tourism.
Circuit Court supports state's primary role in assisted suicide.
Christians minister to the hopeless in Gaza.
Partial-birth abortion ban banned, registering Turkmenistan's churches, and Baylor's Robert Sloan.
The Presidential Prayer Team prays for Bush, Iraq, and more voters.
More important than keeping the phrase 'under God' is the reason for keeping it.
We're making more money, but the payoff isn't always positive.
John Eldredge thinks too many Christians are weak, and churches are often insipid-and he's not going to take it anymore
Some evangelicals believe Eldredge is making God in his image.
Has the nation finally abandoned its Judeo-Christian heritage, or is there still hope?
Has the nation finally abandoned its Judeo-Christian heritage, or is there still hope?
This African American pastor made headlines when he offered whites cash to attend his church.
In the popular imagination, conservative evangelical fathers are power-abusing authoritarians. A new study says otherwise.
Christian activists struggle to slow the rapid growth of Indian casinos.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
The difference between Christian practice and a Starbucks purchase.
The discussion of gender roles moves beyond 'proof-text poker.'
An interview with Maggie Gallagher
Spiritual influences on the president's life were strong and varied.
A review of When I Lay My Isaac Down.
The God Who Speaks teaches readers to listen.
When Pleasing Others Is Hurting You addresses the need to be needed.
Here Am I Lord … Send Somebody Else uses Moses to discover God's power in weakness.
How to achieve ethnic diversity—and die (to self) trying.
The Great Commission and the cultural commission are not in competition.
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Reading The Jesus Storybook Bible in Iceland
Reading The Jesus Storybook Bible in Iceland
In the world’s most bookish country, evangelicals are taking up the ministry of translation.
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