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February 2007
Volume 51, Number 2
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Table of Contents 2007
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
Madison Trammel disappears in his writing.
Church fights town restrictions on services.
Protestants hope to share in the benefits of Turkey trip.
Churches in the Democratic Republic of the Congo rejoice over first free elections in 46 years.
Remembering Hoke and Garcia; Hunter resigns; Deng honored.
Seminary in crisis after board ousts president.
Comments on Chavez's Jesus, Bible widgets, and more.
Uzbek government crackdown on Muslims worries evangelicals.
Youth pastors track popular networking website.
Recent statistics on who voted Democrat and churches offering election materials.
Early boomer retirees are giving back in big numbers.
Study: Religious people give more than secular, even to nonreligious charities.
Local Church's petition denied, apology to Anabaptists, reward for AIDS work, and bankrupt tithing.
What do you do when your pastor--or your entire denomination--strays?
Fear mongering among elite atheists is not a pretty sight.
Two strategies to build up the church in the war-weary nation.
Goodbye Old-Fashioned Revival Hour. Hello 'safe for the whole family.' Meet the company that's transforming Christian radio.
Conservative Christians are the hope of America, says Salem host Frank Pastore.
How Salem Communications makes its money.
Key elements of the most controversial and misunderstood movement in the church today.
The decline of the human-rights agenda, and what evangelicals can do about it.
A C.S. Lewis mystery is solved.
We jettison 'nonessential' theology at our own peril.
Andrew Walls may be the most important person you don't know.
A young organization models what it might mean to be the church in a suffering world.
Christians in Utica, New York are resettling the world one displaced soul at a time.
Why blacks are leaving evangelical ministries.
What 38 Muslim scholars said to the pope in a little-known open letter.
Protestant leaders practice grassroots justice--and keep a low profile.
Christians become voice for freedom after national crisis.
Quotations on the coldest time of the year to stir heart and mind.
"Is hell nothing more than eternal torture of the unsaved? Why would God engage in punishment that seems so cruel?" -- Tony De Luca, New York, New York
Ten years ago, a Jewish leader shamed Christians into caring.
Ben Witherington offers a potpourri of thoughts about early Christian belief.
Reimagining Evangelism for a millennial generation.
The Suburban Christian is a sympathetic analysis.
A CEO on why core values are not enough.
Saints Behaving Badly tells about what went on before saints' conversions.
A lush guide to film through Christian eyes.
The Lost Virtue of Happiness says happiness comes from pursuing goodness, not pleasure.
'Through a Screen Darkly' is a lush guide to film through Christian eyes.
Women's Evangelical Commentary offers a complementarian perspective.
James Sire teaches us to Pray Through the Psalms.
Britain's great abolitionist worked to change society's values, not just its laws.
The Most Diverse Movement in History
The Most Diverse Movement in History
Christianity has been a multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic movement since its inception.