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January 2006
Volume 50, Number 1
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Table of Contents
What faith looks like when it's dangerous to sing and walk at the same time.
Why we should think about the unthinkable.
Thurman is CEO of Geneva Global, a professional services firm that links donor "investors" with local faith-based humanitarian projects in the developing world.
George Barna wants commitment to the local congregation to sink lower than ever.
Evangelicals and the possible Supreme Court Catholic majority.
What the homeless taught me about prayer.
Quick reviews of new books.
Why the children of Uganda are killing one another in the name of the Lord.
Love and art are keys to healing.
The church becomes countercultural by sinking its roots ever deeper into God's heavenly gifts.
What American Christians can do to help resolve the LRA conflict.
Why opposing 'activist judges' isn't as straightforward as you'd think.
Discoveries bolster understanding of early church, biblical account of David's kingdom.
We are misguided when we modernize hymn texts.
How do we make important family decisions?
Conservative bishops join forces to counter potent revisionist wing.
What former NFL pro Bill Glass has learned after 36 years of prison ministry.
Introducing the Christian Vision Project.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Christians scramble to aid earthquake victims before worst of winter hits.
Half a century after killing five missionaries, the 'Auca' find themselves on the cutting edge of modern missions.
Recent stats on cohabitation, college prayer, and the number of evangelicals.
Once-wayward ministry works to reclaim credibility.
800 Christmas defense lawyers are coming to town.
The events, people, and debates of the past year that Christianity Today's news editors and writers believe have shaped, or will significantly shape, evangelical life, thought, or mission.
Gullah-speaking slave descendants welcome New Testament translation.
We can fight compassion fatigue by planning ahead.
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