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March 2007
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Table of Contents
What sweetens your tea? Ordinary Brits cared enough to boycott.
Conservatives fleeing the Episcopal Church regroup--apart.
Unscrupulous lenders target Habitat for Humanity homeowners.
Remembering Fox-Genovese; NAE's new executive director; Rick Santorum's new job; and other news.
New law sidelines minority faiths in Romania.
Research advance could shift stem-cell debate.
Comments on Episcopal zeal, giving God his due, coaching football, and the culture war.
New IRS guidelines clamp down on anonymous cash giving.
Eritrean officials seize church finances, jail Samaritan's Purse drivers.
Recent stats on Iraqi refugees, embezzlement, and Congress's religion.
Sanctions against Belarus; raising awareness of Palestinian Christians; and attacks in India.
Conservative blogger, political analyst, and radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt on Romney's bid for the White House.
Evangelical leaders prod Local Church on founder's teachings.
The fuss over swearing-in ceremonies reveals a deeper problem.
The 19th-century abolitionists have much to teach us about politics today.
Why we struggle to gain our moral footing in bioethics.
How Christians worldwide are sabotaging the modern slave trade.
Amazing Grace shows Wilberforce in action.
A young woman describes her former life as a slave of rebel soldiers.
Thanks to William Wilberforce, we already know the key to defeating slavery.
I had no idea what God would do when I asked him to use me.
A new generation of urban activists is shaped by John Perkins.
Chuck Smith and Calvary Chapel face an uncertain future.
What business execs are learning as they lead Christian nonprofits.
More than ever, Christians are bringing faith to bear in the for-profit world.
Bridge to Terabithia author Katherine Paterson says a story reveals a writer's faith, whether she likes it or not.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
What Jesus says doesn’t match what we usually say.
Why the discovery of yet another 'missing link' doesn't destroy my faith.
Let us praise the consoling banality of good.
A lifelong spiritual discipline for singles and marrieds.
Billy Graham's third daughter, Ruth, describes her relationship with her famous father.
Art and ministry in Picturing Christian Witness.
Reaching the Left from the Right tells conservative evangelicals how to build bridges.
A mission renaissance in The New Friars.
Sam Harris has little patience for theists of any sort.
Ethics for Christians in Living the Sermon on the Mount.
Faithful Feelings takes another look at emotions.
Preaching the Old Testament provides essays by evangelical scholars.
A bird's-eye view of contemporary evangelicalism.
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