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July 2008
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Table of Contents
Rick Warren adds reconciliation to an already ambitious mission strategy.
How many evangelical votes are really in play?
From recent studies on teaching creationism and the difference between men and women who stop going to church.
Aid agencies struggle to up their efforts amid soaring food and gas costs.
Recent comments on church politicking, the NFL draft, seizing kids, and other recent stories.
Churches cleared of tax law violations; Baylor keeps its president, after all; and Georgia Tech group told to remove anti-anti-gay remarks from website.
Wolf recently formed the House of Representatives' Caucus on Religious Minorities in the Middle East with Anna Eshoo.
Decoding the California Supreme Court's gay-marriage decision.
Evangelicalism needs to be centered on faith, not politics.
The Christian message is reaching where diplomacy can't.
How current philosophers argue for his existence.
Books on the existence of God.
Mark Mittelberg says this is no time to jettison logic.
People young and old are flocking to hear — and be changed by — winsome arguments for the Christian faith.
James Choung has found a way to tell the old, old story to a new generation.
We care for the environment precisely because God will create a new earth.
Rusty Leonard is a financial manager who wants to change how you give and invest.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Why defeat at the hands of God is magnificent.
Why the doctrine of original sin is 'curiously liberating.'
Amy Laura Hall argues that in God's design, family is a pretty messy thing.
Short reviews of Saving Darwin, The Man Who Loved China, and Transforming Worldviews.
When a theology prof and a bitter skeptic talk.
Sam Phillip's latest is haunted by heartbreak — and hope.
How C. S. Lewis has shaped my faith and writing.
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Why Putting Christ Back in Christmas Is Not Enough
Why Putting Christ Back in Christmas Is Not Enough
The history of American holiday cheer obscures the difficult details of the nativity narrative.
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