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August 2007
Volume 51, Number 8
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Table of Contents
Three cheers for incompatibility.
Court: Students at some religious schools can't get state funds.
Southern Baptists debate the role of their Message in hiring, firing.
Akinola defeated, Gospel Rescue Missions executive director appointed, and other news.
Comments from Ruth Graham, the Muslim Episcopal priest, a Christian teen in Gaza, and others.
Christian lobbyists in Alabama fight over track betting.
Americans' opinions on Darfur and evolution, and other recent statistics.
Videotaped attack in India triggers protests as Dalit Christians head to Supreme Court.
Vietnam Christians sentenced, TBN acquires theme park, and the CRC votes on women in church office.
The president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission talks about his new book, The Divided States of America?
Faint echoes remind evangelicals of a nearly forgotten foe.
Opposition to homosexual behavior may now be a bar to high office.
The numbers we report are a matter of gospel integrity.
'New perspective' scholars argue that we need, well, a new perspective on justification by faith.
Theologian and educator Ruth Padilla DeBorst says true Christian mission addresses issues of power and poverty.
It's emptiness, not fullness, that Jesus blesses.
The Storehouse offers discount prices for rebuilding neighborhoods.
Journalist Rami Khouri on how the church can foster peace in a troubled region.
The world may have moved in next door, but non-English Scriptures remain frustratingly hard to find.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
You may not be as powerless as you think.
Is this how to bring grace and savor to a crumbling civilization?
God really does judge the nations, new book argues.
Short reviews of First Look, Then Start Talking, What Jesus Demands from the World, and If Jesus Were Mayor.
Not so fast, says Philip Jenkins in God's Continent.
Springsteen's religious imagery getting sharper.
How to really build a 'great society.'
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