April (Web-only) 2007
God Is Not the Object of Our Worship
He is the subject who forms us as we sing, tell, pray, and enact God's story in worship.
Robert E. Webber, Theologian of 'Ancient-Future' Faith, Dies at 73
Author of more than 40 books on worship, Webber was criticized, then lauded, for emphasizing early church practices.
With Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Okay, What's Next?
Plus: Ministry and questions at Virginia Tech, the end of limbo, Mary Winkler's verdict, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Winning Isn't Everything
Recent political successes could spell disaster for the church's mission.
Money & Power
Money is a master calling for complete obedience.
Solely Sola Scriptura?
Progressive rock artist Neal Morse stirs some controversy between his unorthodox view of the Trinity and a Reformation themed concept album that swipes at Catholic Church history.
Today's Supreme Court decision again shows that the all-or-nothing strategy is not the way to go.
Evel Overcome With Good
Daredevil Knievel's testimony triggers mass baptisms at Crystal Cathedral.
Our 'Don Imus' Moment
Addressing racial issues in America is a lot like being trapped in Groundhog Day.
U.K.'s Solution to Multiple Problems: One at a Time
Britain may tighten IVF laws to prevent multiple pregnancies.
The Morning I Heard God's Voice
I know beyond the shadow of a doubt that God still speaks today.
Raw Material Holy Week Overload Edition
The week's religion news, not yet entirely organized.
Jesus' Last Words as Ars Moriendi
How his seven last words can guide the Christian preparing for death.
The Good Friday Life
We need something more than another moral imperative.
Images of Calvary
Contemporary Christian artists reflect on Good Friday.
Though Jewish, longtime director Henry Koster made movies about Christians that are embraced by believers even today—including The Robe, The Bishop's Wife and A Man Called Peter.