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October 2004
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Table of Contents
Do we really want to be known as the generation who gave marriage over to the government?
Christian photojournalists are teaching the church to communicate through pictures.
Christians call for commitment in wake of church bombings.
Book challenges Native American link to ancient Israel.
Deaths, promotions, and other items from the religion world.
Some Christian organizations see total loss after August hurricane.
Nationwide campaign launched against house churches.
Recent quotes on John the Baptist's cave, a sex-friendly Bible, ECUSA split, and cowardly men.
Unconfirmed report on martyrdom deepens gloom for Christians.
'Mayday for Marriage' rally organizer says stakes are high.
Recent stats on fewer Protestants, female administrators, and religious book sales.
World Relief to fight human trafficking, homeschooling declared illegal in Germany, and Sri Lanka's anti-conversion bill blocked.
Financial woes kill once-influential missions newsletter.
The climate for addressing global warming is improving.
Why we must clarify the debate over harvesting embryos.
The candidate has roots in liberal Catholicism, establishment Protestantism, and secular idealism.
Kerry's morals have been shaped by an old Protestant establishment.
President Bush needs evangelicals more than ever, but it's unclear how badly they want him for another four years.
Conservative social issues may alienate voters from Tom Daschle's Washington record.
Supporters of cloning embryos for research have $11 million to convince state voters.
One man's story of brutality, courage, love, and freedom.
Why more North Koreans than ever are fleeing their country.
Part 1 of 5 in our series on Christian photojournalists.
Part 2 of 5 in our series on Christian photojournalists.
Part 3 of 5 in our series on Christian photojournalists.
Part 5 of 5 in our series on Christian photojournalists.
Part 4 of 5 in our series on Christian photojournalists.
Seeking a superficial unity, some denominational leaders opt for feelings over facts.
We cannot know God's majesty without his terrible holiness.
We cannot know God's majesty without his terrible holiness.
Love took an unusual expression for this man dying of AIDS.
Vicar turned fantasy author took a bumpy road to the top.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Muslim extremists in Pakistan do not always belong to dangerous groups.
Muslim extremists in Pakistan do not always belong to dangerous groups.
Based on Isaiah 11:6-7 and 65:25, will we be vegetarians in the new heaven and earth as Adam and Eve were before the Fall?
How evangelicals got outside their comfort zone to help the oppressed overseas.
Why evangelicals' partnership with others to fight persecution worked—and where the coalition is heading.
Choosing between candidates whose consciences are too clean.
John Granger considers the Potter series the best thing since The Chronicles of Narnia.
The Unfinished Soul is an eclectic bag of goodies.
Spirit and Flesh documents life in a Baptist church.
RealLivePreacher.com: A virtual goes to print.
A new take on the spiritual disciplines calls for a little more action and a lot more love.
Stop Dating the Church says Joshua Harris, author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye.
America's increasing decadence is giving aid and comfort to Muslim terrorists.
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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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