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Volume 52, Number 5
May
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Table of Contents
All three candidates have voted to fund embryonic stem-cell research.
InnerChange ministry shuts down in Iowa after funding battle.
Country hailed for tolerance deports at least 27 Christians.
Remarks on a gunman's spiritual angst, unceasing Katrina care, and other subjects.
Joel Edwards resigns, Chaldean Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rabho murdered, and other news.
While some Christian colleges look to cut costs, a few are cutting tuition.
Recent statistics on black evangelicals and America's non-Christian populations.
No public funds for Baptist pharmacy school, a Christian UK couple barred from being foster parents, and the SBC goes greener.
An ally of Zimbabwe's corrupt president fails in bid to launch a replacement Anglican province.
Recent tell-all biographies of parents are only symptoms of deeper concern.
Why 'Creator, Redeemer, Sanctifier' is somewhere between heresy and idolatry.
China is changing and so is its church. How new urban believers are shaping society in untold ways.
Some extraordinary moments in ordinary settings.
A Chinese pastor on how he was 'called out of Egypt' to a thriving urban ministry.
The desert fathers and mothers would know instantly why our gospel is too small.
Why many evangelicals are attracted to that strange thing called liturgy.
In Pentecostal worship, my Reformed theology finds its groove.
Elusive billionaire Philip Anschutz used to bemoan the lack of family-friendly movies. Not anymore.
The longtime activist on abortion, gay marriage, Iraq — and biblical orthodoxy.
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Why some amateurs are stirring up dust and little else.
Is there any story about God that isn't a love story?
Abortion is not simply one item on our social agenda.
Why having more clubs in our theological golf bags helps us to better finish the course.
Short reviews of Lincoln and Douglas, The Emmaus Readers, and Apocalypse.
Why is a former Chinese official talking to Luis Palau?
Bringing the Ravi Shankar sound to Christian worship.
Why I sometimes wish I was an alcoholic.
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Will John Chau Help or Harm Missions in India?
Will John Chau Help or Harm Missions in India?
Two Indian missions experts weigh in on how the young American’s failed attempt will impact local efforts to reach Andaman tribes.
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