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October 2006
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Table of Contents
Chinese police beat hundreds during church demolition.
Was it flame mails or budget cuts that cost a Greenville professor his job?
Remembering Leon Morris; Random House buys Multnomah; new Faith-Based Initiatives czar; and North Park's new president.
Advocates question motive for executing Christians.
Willow Creek ends "church-within-church" for 20-somethings.
Recent comments from Michael Schiavo, Katherine Harris, and others.
Faith Nights hit snag after major-league debut.
New Christian coalition says fighting global warming will hurt the poor.
War-torn church ponders amnesty for rebel leader.
What evangelicals really believe about Israel and global warming.
The president of World Vision U.S. on the Global Fund, free condoms, and church-based relief and development work.
Passing the Child Custody Protection Act, Methodists join the Joint Declaration of the Doctrine of Justification, and a PCUSA megachurch disaffiliates.
Saudi Arabia's promise to curb abuses raises cautious hope.
Offering sanctuary isn't about political protest.
Evangelicalism's mission and message outlast evolving technologies.
Let's improve the public perception of evangelicalism.
50 years ago, evangelicals were a sideshow of American culture. Since then, it's been a long, strange trip. Here's a look at the influences that shaped the movement.
What 'Christianity Today' meant to the movement 50 years ago.
Landmark titles that changed the way we think, talk, witness, worship, and live.
We asked 114 leaders from 11 ministry spheres about evangelical priorities for the next 50 years. First up: Fresh basics for the local church.
Whole gospel: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Church Reconnect: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities for the next 50 years in youth ministry.
No compromise: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
'The True, The Good': What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Urgent still: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Uniquely Christian: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Worried optimism: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
New media, old story: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Long Road: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Not What, But How: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Sometimes charity means anger.
Billy Graham's bottom line never changes: 'Are we really being used to change people?'
John Stott reflects on where we've been and where we're going.
Less known than Stott's earlier work is his ministry with Langham Partnership International.
Prayer sometimes feels like a hug and a stranglehold at the same time.
We should be our own fiercest critics, doing so out of the deep beauty and goodness of our faith.
If these biblical literalists don't go to church, can the Right count their vote?
Sociologist Brad Wilcox says one type of marriage makes most women happier.
A new statement from Evangelicals and Catholics Together encourages discourse on the most divisive of issues.
New Mexico megachurch pastor returns after leadership conflict.
Sri Lankan violence costs 1,000 lives. Relief efforts set back.
Lebanese Christian compassion impresses Muslims during bloody conflict.
Some of our favorite quotes from two decades of Reflections columns.
Why homosexual marriage threatens free expression of religion.
Three survivor stories that foster healing.
The story of 'Judgment Days' is a triumph and a tragedy.
Darwin's Nemesis shows why the debate isn't going away.
Randy Alcorn says the afterlife is crucial to how we live this one.
Werner Burklin says overseas evangelicals perpetuate the gulf between state-approved churches and illegal house churches.
Lisa Graham McMinn's The Contented Soul
Leon Kass's The Beginning of Wisdom.
The disease must be cured for the common good.
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I Was a Comedian First and an Atheist Second
I Was a Comedian First and an Atheist Second
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