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April 2010
Volume 54, Number 4
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Table of Contents
Why scholarly attempts to discover the 'real' Jesus have failed. And why that's a good thing.
Reading the Bible through the eyes of outsiders can awaken the church from numbness.
A response to 'The Jesus We'll Never Know.'
A response to 'The Jesus We'll Never Know.'
What we learned from Jews, Muslims, and Arab Christians as we traced the footsteps of Christ in Galilee.
If we are completely saved from our sins through the Cross, what's the point of the empty tomb?
The surreal, sometimes comical story behind the discovery of the Jesus Boat.
The death toll, donations, and damage after the earthquake.
Stats on Obama, how the generations pray, and more.
Recent remarks on drunk driving, Benny Hinn's wife, and Voodoo.
Debate over 'Camel method' probes limits of Muslim-focused evangelism.
Video leads to abortion clinic's probation.
Flagship college cited for faculty faith statement.
Recent deaths, hires, and other transitions in the Christian world.
Push for Iran sanctions concerns missiologists.
Leaders weigh in on whether churches should form separate corporations to receive federal social-assistance funds.
Russ Stendal, held hostage for months by narco-terrorists, now ministers in their midst.
Online education is jolting seminaries with rapid enrollment growth.
Your responses to the February 2010 issue of Christianity Today.
Haiti's devastating quake reminds us that orphans matter to God.
Mark Labberton, Kate Bruce, and Keith Drury discuss better ways to deliver God's Word.
Acknowledging the mystery of pain.
How should we respond to the loss of confidence in the government?
Book Reviews:
What Elizabeth Gilbert discovered about marriage before she ate her words in 'Committed.'
Picks from John Ortberg, author of 'Faith and Doubt.'
Stories can help us visualize the new shape of world Christianity.
How biblical faith can help us discover who we are in an age of self obsession.
"Where Heaven and Earth Meet," "The Making of Evangelicalism," and "The Double Comfort Safari Club."
Historian Vinson Synan reflects personally on the Pentecostal movement.
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