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May
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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
Outreach in Vietnam's vibrant church, 38 years after Tet offensive martyrs.
Department of Justice ramps up efforts to enforce the First Amendment.
Democratic Congress prompts Alliance for Marriage to focus on states.
New presidents of MOPS, Asbury College, and the SBC’s NAMB named.
White House recruits faith-based groups to fight deadly disease.
Comments from the Knesset, Max Lucado, Rep Pete Stark, and others.
Opinion polls on torture, moral behavior, and other recent statistics.
In Sri Lanka, money abounds, but fighting halts tsunami reconstruction.
Another large donation to Opportunity International, suits against pastors end.
Fuzzy science sparks debate over treatments to reverse homosexuality.
Christian tribalism is a renunciation of God's kingdom.
Southern Baptist leader says it's about time all U.S. children had health insurance.
Evangelical social reform is a many-splendored thing.
How a little NGO is helping Christians gain more freedom in a country still plagued by human-rights abuses.
Multinational businessman and politician Ram Gidoomal talks about 'translating' the gospel in today's world.
We're tempted by moralism because we've forgotten what God wants at the center.
Why some places suffer food shortages decade after decade.
When I entered motherhood, my traditional spiritual life became impossible.
Miroslav Volf tells how to stop the 'shield of memory' from turning into a sword.
From the cafeteria to the classroom, students are learning to be environmentally conscious.
Quotations about spring to stir heart and mind.
There's more to workplace justice than good intentions.
Our abortion views don't rest on sociological data.
What Karen Kingsbury thinks readers are looking for.
Bryan A. Follis on his book, Truth with Love.
The Culturally Savvy Christian says we need to combat superficiality.
Exchanging 'techniques and technology for love'.
J.I. Packer's short review of Who Owns the Bible.
Traveling Through Grief advocates specific tasks for getting through loss.
A short review of Craig Carter's Rethinking Christ and Culture.
Skip the next HIV/AIDS conference and read these books instead.
Tony Campolo's Letters to a Young Evangelical
New CEO and editor in chief Harold Smith believes in both electrons and ink.
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and Republican
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and Republican
The movement is richer and more diverse than media portrayals suggest.
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