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Table of Contents
Buddhist nationalists in Sri Lanka step up violence against churches.
Religion is okay with the courts, so long as it doesn't mean anything.
Warden Burl Cain has had a few tangles in the courts himself.
Two financial watchdogs are better than one.
Thank God not everything they say is true.
Christians among hundreds of thousands displaced.
Two gay controversies likely to dominate United Methodist General Conference this week.
Recent statistics on the Good News Bible, AIDS orphans, and Ponzi schemes
Independent panel weighed employee surveys.
Just as the American government practices separation of powers, journalistic publications generally try to separate business and editorial functions.
How eerily still we see thee lie.
Salvation Army sued for asking employees to support its mission
Deaths, promotions, and other tidbits from the religion world.
Seeing Is Believing lays the theological foundation for imaginative prayer.
Recent comments on Iraqi religious freedom and Kevin Smith on The Passion.
Boundaries Face to Face focuses on conversations for building the right walls.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Big Idea creator Phil Vischer had his dream crumble, but he's no longer s-scared.
Israel Antiquities Authority's 'findings' bother many archaeologists.
The second annual survey highlights companies that focus on building a culture of trust.
Helping ex-cons, breaking virginity pledges, persecution, and quick church planting
Christianity Today salutes four finalists in ten categories.
Most postal areas still don't have any Christian workers living in them.
Communication is necessary, but avoid information overload.
Messianic Jews seem to be an embarrassment in an otherwise thoughtful dialogue.
Escalating repression can't seem to dampen the church's growth.
Fresh insights and conversational style makes Sacred Parenting ideal reading.
Martin Luther was a God-obsessed seeker of certainty and assurance.
Missionaries return to begin rebuilding out of the rubble.
President of World Relief, the church-based development arm of the National Association of Evangelicals, on humanitarian trends in the wake of 9/11.
African American, Hispanic pastors lead the charge against gay marriage.
What Indians say American Christians should, and shouldn't, do to help.
A gospel invasion helps bring peace to one of the nation's most violent penitentiaries.
Finding the courage to trust in grace.
Finding the courage to trust in grace.
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