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April 2006
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Table of Contents
Full Gospel's forbidden fruit.
Armed services debate prayer 'in Jesus' name.'
Recent comments by John Roberts, John Piper, Kelly Clark, and Pat Robertson.
Recent stats on evangelical happiness and views on euthanasia, and violent Americans.
New mutual fund expands the church-bond market.
How your church and your pastor may prevent the predictable.
Muslims aren't the only ones guilty of acting out inappropriately.
What will it take for this world phenomenon to stay vibrant for another 100 years?
One reason Randy and Paula White's Without Walls is one of the country's fastest-growing congregations.
Three leaders talk frankly about Pentecostalism: the good, the bad, and the unpredictable.
Those who are pro-life and pro-family should have no problem being pro-human.
God used a movie about gay cowboys to release me from the burden of my past.
Asian Americans populate America's elite colleges more than ever—and campus ministries even more than that.
Getting some perspective (250 million years' worth) on the evolution controversy.
Acclaimed physicist Sir John Houghton discusses his motives and passion for a cooler world climate.
More than 10,000 employees weighed in on their jobs.
New study confirms that we go to church much less than we say.
Christians try to negotiate ministry in southern Africa's most failed state.
HIV infections decline in Zimbabwe.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
How two creatures dig a rabbit hole in my disbelief.
Don't patronize or belittle Rwandan Christians committed to progress.
The culture war's biggest casualties may be Christian joy and hope.
An admiring biography doesn't smooth out the complications of James Dobson.
Studying Geneva's sexual reformation has lessons for today.
A Christian journalist seeks to understand the burgeoning pagan religion.
Archbishop wants Christians, left and right, to learn from church history.
A family crisis in a Midwestern town set the stage for Vinita Hampton Wright's latest novel.
Too often maligned, the faith has contributed much to our culture.
New study Bibles aim to help three especially committed constituencies.
Journeying to faith through the work of musicians, artists, and ministers.
The Message of the New Testament shows how Jesus carries out the Old Testament.
Should we give people what they want or what they need?
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