June (Web-only) 2007

EveningSubscriber Access Only
RatatouilleSubscriber Access Only
I Love, Therefore You AreSubscriber Access Only
Why the modern search for self ends in despair.
Supreme Court Turns Down Challenge to Faith-Based OfficeSubscriber Access Only
Ruling says taxpayers don't have standing to sue executive branch for use of funds.
Live Free or Die HardSubscriber Access Only
Court Rules Against Student in 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus' CaseSubscriber Access Only
The ruling supports school's right to ban promotion of drug use, not speech on political or social issues.
McKissic Resigns as Southwestern Seminary TrusteeSubscriber Access Only
Texas pastor cites conflict over private prayer languages at the Southern Baptist seminary.
The Mad TheologianSubscriber Access Only
Vernard Eller died this week. His images and ideas continue to nag me.
Evan AlmightySubscriber Access Only
A Mighty HeartSubscriber Access Only
SickoSubscriber Access Only
Acts of Random KindnessSubscriber Access Only
n conjunction with the release of Evan Almighty, the Ark Almighty campaign seeks to help churches meet the needs of those in their congregations and communities.
'The Epitome of a Christian Woman'Subscriber Access Only
A longtime friend of Ruth Graham says this woman of great faith also missed her husband deeply.
'It's About Caring'Subscriber Access Only
So says Steve Carell, star of the new film, Evan Almighty, a modern-day Noah's Ark tale opening this week. We chatted with the main characters … except God.
Make 'Em LaughSubscriber Access Only
The director of Bruce Almighty—and now its sequel, Evan Almighty—says laughter is theologically good medicine and making comedies is a high calling.
United FrontSubscriber Access Only
Hillsong Australia's youth band has rapidly become one of the most sought after groups in today's modern worship, but they know to keep ministry the focus of the movement.
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver SurferSubscriber Access Only
The Silent Rock Behind a Famous EvangelistSubscriber Access Only
Although Ruth Graham preferred to stay behind the scenes, her impact on her husband was all too evident.
Moved into the Presence of GodSubscriber Access Only
Ruth Graham tells what book has influenced her the most.
Afraid of the Right ThingsSubscriber Access Only
One fear puts all others in proper perspective.
Putting Pressure in Its PlaceSubscriber Access Only
Ruth Bell Graham on the purpose of stress.
Ruth Graham Dies at 87Subscriber Access Only
Billy Graham's wife of nearly 64 years was a distinguished communicator of God's power and peace in her own right.
Seeker UnfriendlySubscriber Access Only
We need more than worship that makes sense.
Christian Reformed Church Removes Bars to Women in LeadershipSubscriber Access Only
Plus: The big news from the Southern Baptist Convention, Romney's faith team, and other stories from online sources around the world.
The Wall Is the CastleSubscriber Access Only
When Christians combat each other, they fail to protect what's important.
Bush Discusses Iraq and AIDS With Pope in First MeetingSubscriber Access Only
At Easter message, Benedict XVI had lamented, "nothing positive comes out of Iraq."
Keep Fighting the Good Fight Against HIV/AIDSSubscriber Access Only
More funding from the U.S. government calls attention to the effectiveness of church-based efforts.
Nancy DrewSubscriber Access Only
Ocean's ThirteenSubscriber Access Only
Surf's UpSubscriber Access Only
They Really Saw HimSubscriber Access Only
Richard Bauckham argues that the Gospels are based on eyewitness testimony, not "anonymous community traditions." The key, he says, is in the names.
"Is Christianity Good for the World?"Subscriber Access Only
The conclusion of the debate between Christopher Hitchens and Douglas Wilson.
Mr. BrooksSubscriber Access Only
Deep RiverSubscriber Access Only
DoorWaySubscriber Access Only
Letters to the Editor Vol. 1Subscriber Access Only
OkaySubscriber Access Only

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