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November 2005
Volume 49, Number 11
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Table of Contents 2005
The CT Archives are a rich treasure of biblical wisdom and insight from our past. Some things we would say differently today, and some stances we've changed. But overall, we're amazed at how relevant so much of this content is. We trust that you'll find it a helpful resource. - Mark Galli, editor-in-chief
How Christianity Today covered a busy hurricane season before Wilma.
The debate on when the unborn feel pain heats up.
New Air Force religion guidelines get mixed response.
Growing number of evangelicals threatens liquor profits.
Deaths, promotions, and other items from the religion world.
Evangelicals condemn Protestant rioting.
Scripture, homosexuality divide another venerable denomination.
Christians combat Muslim fears, stereotypes.
Recent comments from Peter Akinola, Switchfoot, and Nationals outfielder Ryan Church.
Recent stats on religious and non-religious politics, Russia's abortion rate, and views on evolution.
Saving Darfur, suing against emergency contraceptives, allowing Muslims in Sunday school, and vetoing gay marriage.
University says Christian group can require beliefs, behavior of its members.
We all benefit when people with disabilities are valued in our churches.
The famous Nazi hunter had it mostly right.
Meet Ted Haggard the NAE's optimistic champion of ecumenical evangelism and free-market faith.
Gratefulness is not exotic or sophisticated, but it can change your life.
How to love your egalitarian or complementarian neighbor as yourself.
Nine tasks egalitarians and complementarians can pursue.
God manages to use dubious characters to shape our lives.
Ben Witherington III thinks there is something fundamentally weak about each branch of the movement.
How the tiny tablet upset my soul.
Government may have been tripped up by Katrina and Rita, but the Southern Baptists, among others, are standing tall.
Victims and pundits grope for meaning, political and religious.
How a double-M.D. couple ended up getting the royal treatment in Nigeria.
Christianity is more than an event, an experience, or a set of beliefs.
America questions the role of Christian charity.
Christians need to lower their Supreme Court expectations.
Why does the word evangelical threaten so many people in our culture?
How Norine Brunson Prayed When Her Husband Was Imprisoned
How Norine Brunson Prayed When Her Husband Was Imprisoned
Brunson describes the spiritual habits that helped her face persecution in Turkey.