January (Web-only) 2008

A Better DocumentarySubscriber Access Only
While Amazing Grace
Eastern Europe's Evangelical HubSubscriber Access Only
A scholar discusses the development of evangelicalism in Ukraine.
The 10 Most Redeeming Films of 2007Subscriber Access Only
What do monks, kites, unwanted pregnancies, a 19th century abolitionist, and a young man with a life-sized inflatable doll have in common? They're all in movies that we've deemed the ten most redeeming films of 2007.
Obama's Social ContractSubscriber Access Only
Abortion and the candidate's commitment to freedom and equality.
4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 DaysSubscriber Access Only
The Air I BreatheSubscriber Access Only
RamboSubscriber Access Only
U23DSubscriber Access Only
Baptists Push Unity and a Fresh FaceSubscriber Access Only
More than 30 Baptist groups, minus the Southern Baptist Convention, gather for the New Baptist Covenant Celebration.
Q&A: Barack Obama
Q&A: Barack ObamaSubscriber Access Only
"I believe in the redemptive death and resurrection of Jesus Christ."
Pro-Life Cinema
Choosing Life at the MoviesSubscriber Access Only
2007 could be remembered as the Year of Pro-Life Cinema.
27 DressesSubscriber Access Only
Cassandra's DreamSubscriber Access Only
CloverfieldSubscriber Access Only
Day ZeroSubscriber Access Only
Mad MoneySubscriber Access Only
The Middle East's Faithful Are Breathing FineSubscriber Access Only
A response to David Aikman.
Baptists Serve Kenya's Displaced After Post-Election ViolenceSubscriber Access Only
Nearly 600 dead in clashes, and more than 250,000 ousted from homes.
Review: The Gettys' <i>In Christ Alone</i>
Hymn RevivalSubscriber Access Only
The Gettys set traditional lyrics against pop backdrop.
Noise From WordsSubscriber Access Only
Acoustic/Roots Rock
The Pirates Who Don't Do AnythingSubscriber Access Only
India's Burning IssueSubscriber Access Only
Conversions in Orissa—and the violent reaction against them—highlight tension in India's not-so-dead caste system.
Technology and the GospelSubscriber Access Only
Phyllis Tickle, Brian McLaren, and others weigh in on worship and evangelism in a plugged-in age.
Rethinking Church in an Emergent SalonSubscriber Access Only
Rising from the Ashes asks about the impact of alternative worship on the mainline church.
'The More You Preach, the Fewer You Reach'Subscriber Access Only
So it goes for Christians in the movie industry, says VeggieTales creator and founder Phil Vischer, whose new film, The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything, opens this week.
Is Life Worth Living Before Death?Subscriber Access Only
Dwelling in the Holy Land has become a curse for many of its inhabitants.
My Caspian Wish ListSubscriber Access Only
A Narnia expert, somewhat disappointed with The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, has a few suggestions for director Andrew Adamson regarding the upcoming Prince Caspian.
Top 10 ListsSubscriber Access Only
We're fans of compiling top ten lists around here. Maybe there's something here for you.
Top 10 ListsSubscriber Access Only
We're fans of compiling top ten lists around here. Maybe there's something here for you.
Inside Bob Dylan's Jesus YearsSubscriber Access Only
Thomas Kinkade's Christmas CottageSubscriber Access Only
The Best Christian Children's Albums of 2007Subscriber Access Only
Over and OverSubscriber Access Only
Reinventing the WheelSubscriber Access Only
Favorite Worship Albums of 2008Subscriber Access Only
Twelve of the year's best, featuring several worship leaders and artists who deserve more recognition for their contributions to church music over the last decade.

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