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March 2004
Volume 48, Number 3
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Table of Contents
Stop whining, count your blessings, and love your global neighbors.
Top Democrats have much work ahead to convince voters of their religious sincerity.
With Max Lucado, what you see is what you get. And what you get is a man who incarnates a message about second chances.
Lucado has been making some controversial changes
Two authors argue that this strain of liberation theology is as relevant as ever.
Government seeks to stamp out North Korea refugee problem
Don't let AIDS steal African children's future.
In True Faced, readers learn to strip off their masks.
The success of The Purpose-Driven Life reveals a cultural opportunity.
Recent statistics on happiness, faith-based prisons, and Canada's evangelicals
What is the scriptural and theological support for the teaching that Jesus, the God-man, remains eternally incarnate?
Movies, magazines, and critics
Tribunal to arbitrate that civil cases can appeal to Muslim legal principles.
Separating church and state now means separating belief and action.
Christians remain divided about what a 'good' movie is
Episcopal conservatives seek to reclaim wayward church.
Deaths, promotions, and other tidbits from the religion world.
How Christians are trying to ease tensions in the Islamic Republic.
Recent quotes on abortion, marriage, and missions
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Taking a church from dry bones to spiritual vitality
At the heart of the universe, there is a just and gracious God.
Critics say SBC curriculum about Asia is 'racially offensive.'
Developing biblical foundations for understanding worship.
M. Craig Barnes explores spirituality for restless souls
New Jersy legalizes human cloning for research.
Controversy over book with young-earth views raises protests - and sales.
Congrassmen appalled at religious persecution of Christians and Muslims.
President of Samaritan's Purse on Sudan
In True Faced, readers learn to strip off their masks.
Why evangelicals are cheering a movie with profoundly Catholic sensibilities.
Why evangelicals are cheering a movie with profoundly Catholic sensibilities.
Why I asked the Anti-Defamation League to give Mel Gibson a break.
Mel Gibson is drawing on a long tradition of Cross-centered devotion.
No one was more pivotal to the emerging movement than Carl F.H. Henry
Christians find themselves battered by the world's longest civil war and a brutally repressive regime
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