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February 2008
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Table of Contents
Entire area Young Life staff out after evangelism mandate.
Latest papal document urges Roman Catholics to win souls.
Zondervan's new president; Evel Knievel and Forsyth Torrance die; missing pastor Don LaRose found.
Hispanic evangelicals move toward the Democrats — and away from white evangelicals.
Comments on the un-greenness of motherhood, National Geographic's Gospel of Judas translation, and more.
Faculty member at Iowa State University denied tenure for supporting intelligent design.
Recent statistics on church social service budgets, campaign donations from clergy, and regional belief in the Bible.
Shooting spree at two churches prompts pastors to rethink security plans.
Some archaeologists wonder how lucky a colleague can be.
Commission's decision imperils benefits for Christian Dalits.
Southern Baptist seminaries re-introduce Calvinism to a wary denomination.
Let's make sure any reform plan we pursue avoids the single-value syndrome.
What New Life Church did right when a gunman showed up in its parking lot.
Why evangelicals are connecting with the early church as they move into the 21st century.
The attraction of ancient spiritual disciplines.
To be saved means more than we might think.
2007 could be remembered as the Year of Pro-Life Cinema.
A photojournalist discovers God's surprises through one special-needs child.
How to live in a culture that is vaguely suspicious of the church.
It was the body of Christ that picked up the pieces after a rape left me in shambles.
Keith and Kristyn Getty have a passion for writing modern hymns.
Evangelicals hope to respond with both moral authority and biblical compassion to gender identity disorder.
Pastors wrestle with transgender issues.
As these teens prepare for short-term trips, they learn more about how to talk about Jesus.
One Jordanian leader shares his deep desire to preserve the Arab Christian world.
How the leading Democratic candidates are trying to win evangelical votes.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
A rabbi hopes for a better conversation.
Clarity came just as things got blurry.
Roger Olson's Reformed and Always Reforming and a new theological tug of war we'd do best to avoid.
Short reviews of Planet Narnia, Beyond Left and Right, and Global Pentecostalism.
In Defending Life, philosopher Francis Beckwith argues with the sword tied behind his back.
Sara Groves uses tragedy to explore God's love.
Recent reports of our demise betray the media's ignorance about who we are.
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