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Table of Contents
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
The early missionaries to Korea serve as examples to modern-day ones.
Observers parse motives behind new tax exemption.
It's not clear whether group has right to trademark in subdomains.
Promotions, awards, deaths, and other items from the religion world.
Southern Baptist pastor claims blog criticism led mission board to recommend his removal.
Kodiak model prompts organizations to upgrade fleets.
Bill boosts fight against sex and labor trafficking.
Recent stats on evangelicals and abortion, and American spirituality.
Charismatic archbishop accused of exploiting women for sex.
The Kansas Republican speaks on prolife issues, Darfur, and care for the poor.
Church loses building after members flee pastor's universalism.
Persecution in Eritrera, Oregon assisted-suicide, AmeriCorps and religious schools, and Local Church dismissed.
There are no shortcuts for missionaries—even famous ones.
There just might be a better way to solve theological disputes.
South Korea sends more missionaries than any country but the U.S. And it won't be long before it's number one.
How revivals and the Olympics made Korea the wunderkind of missions.
We can no more change the culture than we can the weather. Fortunately, we've got more important things to do.
Elizabeth Marquardt on what happens in the souls of children of divorce.
Coincidence and random mutation are not the most likely explanations for some things.
How Hispanic churches in Southern California negotiate the dilemmas of ministry with undocumented immigrants.
Pentecostal scholar Amos Yong thinks he sees the Holy Spirit working in other religions, too.
Mission agencies rethink outreach to the world's non-literate masses.
The language of postmodernism.
Five months later and counting, Katrina continues to change the lives of both victims and volunteers.
In a region known for its hostility to the church, Christian relief work is building bridges with Muslims.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Most lies are pitiful attempts to protect our pride.
Why I stay in a church that has seriously strayed from biblical teaching.
Lessons of the old mainline for the new mainline.
A unanimous Supreme Court decision opens the door to real change.
Unraveling the church's confusion about Messianic Jews.
How Christians failed following the Civil War.
The faith's distinctiveness told winsomely, yet with little impact.
Why obedience isn't just for legalists.
Walter Wangerin's newest novel adds historical and cultural details to the savior's life.
The Messianic Movement surveys a vast and often confusing realm.
Maverick bishop jousts at latest foe: Scripture.
A beginner's guide to philosophy.
Total Abandon shows that following Jesus is no daydream.
What 147 elk taught me about prayer.
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