September (Web-only) 2007
Church, State, and the Founding of America
Plus: Studying pagans, humanities vs. religion, and more.
Televangelism Pioneer Rex Humbard Dies at 88
Elvis Presley, millions of others were faithful viewers in the 1950s and beyond.
At the Table with Madeleine
Luci Shaw's tribute to L'Engle, a writer and friend.
Listening for the Whisper
How to break the addiction to spectacle.
What was going on with Mother Teresa?
Amish Grace and the Rest of Us
The Amish response to the Nickel Mines shootings wasn't just plain Christianity.
Net Results: Death of the CD?
Steven Curtis Chapman and other industry insiders weigh in on the future of the compact disc in a digital music culture. Part 3 of a 3-part series.
Episcopalians Head to High-Stakes Meeting
The years-long strife in the Anglican Communion could reach a breaking point next week in New Orleans.
'Sculpting in Time'
Russian filmmaker sought to harrow the soul.
Net Results: Online Radio
How the Internet and the digital revolution are changing the way we listen, purchase, and even learn about new music. Part 2 of a 3-part series.
Supernatural Sagas of Good and Evil
The foolish things of Madeleine L'Engle.
CT Classic: Madeleine L'Engle on Allegory and Prayer
"It seemed ironic and unfair that just as I was turning closer to God, I couldn't sell anything I wrote."
Growth of Evangelicals Has Some Amish Leaders Worried
Old Order Amish church excommunicated Pentecostal healer Steve Lapp.
A Hidden Treasure
There's a divine reason the church mirrors the culture.
The Coral Ridge Strategy
D. James Kennedy explains how lay evangelism can lead to exponential growth.
Net Results: Portable Sounds
How the Internet and the digital revolution are changing the way we listen, purchase, and even learn about new music. Part 1 of a 3-part series.