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October 2007
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Table of Contents
Assuming that things go wrong, even in the church.
New Amnesty International policy says abortion shouldn't be illegal.
Mainline Lutheran assembly urges bishops not to discipline gay ministers.
New Life Church, IFES, and Assemblies of God find new leaders, and other news.
Episcopal renewal group's new strategy divides conservatives.
Officers' endorsement tests First Amendment boundary.
Colorado Christian firing raises questions about university's politics.
Comments on evangelical baggage, imprecatory prayer, and other subjects.
Recent statistics on checking email in church, Falwell's life insurance, and pastors' salaries.
U.S. resolution on Dalits, WEA to open Iraq branch, and Rev. Price sues 20/20.
Wehner, the former director of the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives and deputy assistant to the President, joined the Ethics and Public Policy Center in August as a senior fellow.
Biola University sues nation's second-largest bank for overcharges.
Turkish Mission accused of sending false report.
Well, some of them, anyway.
Why the church must practice a different kind of comedy.
It is a unique cultural moment for the church to act like a family.
What does the Bible really teach about divorce?
There's a lot at stake if we neglect ministering to stepfamilies.
And other resources that give insight into remarriage.
Australia's largest and most influential church extends its reach to London, Paris, and Kiev.
When it comes to missions giving, donor dependency may not be the greatest problem.
The 30-year-old ministry now offers realistic hope for homosexuals.
Two psychologists show that homosexuals should not be discouraged from seeking change.
How two believers of two faiths talk to one another with conviction and civility.
A small but vigorous movement believes that in farming is the preservation of the world.
The Gospel Coalition is committed to core evangelical beliefs and wide-ranging cultural engagement.
Don't let shame over sexual sin destroy you.
The results of a recent survey of converts from Islam.
Three Arkansas entrepreneurs are helping build Rwanda's largest bank for the poorest of the poor.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
'Does the Bible teach that we will recognize our loved ones in heaven?'
Why I am not a Red-Letter Christian.
Shouldn't the Golden Rule apply in virtual reality?
Aitken biography examines a giant on his own terms.
Short reviews of Americanism and 3:16.
By Allen C. Guelzo, author of Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President and Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation.
Jesus and Archaeology digs deep for biblical insights.
Over the Rhine is sensual, spiritual, and political.
Fourfold God Squad brilliantly takes on Dawkins, Hitchens, & Co.
We're on the verge of destroying a key pillar of civilization.
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