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News Briefs: August 01, 2008
Jordan court annuls convert's marriage, U.S. Christians become Israel's biggest tourist group, and Obama fields questions from evangelical leaders.
News Briefs: June 17, 2008
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.
News Briefs: June 01, 2008
Capital punishment returns, Cedarville’s trustees uphold firing, and the House votes for debt forgiveness.
News Briefs: May 01, 2008
No public funds for Baptist pharmacy school, a Christian UK couple barred from being foster parents, and the SBC goes greener.
News Briefs: April 01, 2008
PCUSA bars non-celibate gay clergy, Answers in Genesis launches online journal, and a NY court rules out-of-state same-sex marriages are valid.
News Briefs: March 01, 2008
Malaysia bans non-Muslim publications from using "Allah," Episcopal church takes disciplinary action against two conservative bishops, and April issue to be CCM magazine's last.
News Briefs: January 01, 2008
Pittsburgh diocese to leave Episcopal Church, a stem cell breakthrough, Methodist Church transgendered man may remain pastor, and New Man and Spirit-Led Woman to be online-only.
Top Ten Stories of 2007
The events, people, and debates of the past year that Christianity Today's editors believe have shaped, or will significantly shape, evangelical life, thought, or mission.
News Briefs: November 15, 2007
Nigeria mob kills 10, pharmacists don't have to fill Plan B prescriptions, and Prison Fellowship bars UCC congregation from Angel Tree.
News Briefs: November 07, 2007
IRS investigation fallout, Muslim convert goes into hiding, and Gordon College receives gift.
News Briefs: October 10, 2007
U.S. resolution on Dalits, WEA to open Iraq branch, and Rev. Price sues 20/20.
News Briefs: September 07, 2007
Asbury's governance woes, Calif. Episcopal church property, and charges filed against abortion doctor.
News Briefs: August 09, 2007
Vietnam Christians sentenced, TBN acquires theme park, and the CRC votes on women in church office.
News Briefs: July 11, 2007
The Center for Reclaiming America for Christ closes, Iraq added to religious rights watch list, and InterVarsity back at University of Wisconsin-Superior.
News Briefs: June 01, 2007
Malatya murders, Child Online Protection Act, and Remnant convictions.
News Briefs: May 01, 2007
Another large donation to Opportunity International, suits against pastors end.
News Briefs: April 01, 2007
Medi-Share, British Airways' jewelry policy, and Gaza Baptist Church.
News Briefs: March 01, 2007
Sanctions against Belarus; raising awareness of Palestinian Christians; and attacks in India.
News Briefs: February 01, 2007
Local Church's petition denied, apology to Anabaptists, reward for AIDS work, and bankrupt tithing.
Top Ten Stories of 2006
The events, people, and debates of the past year that Christianity Today's editors and writers believe have shaped, or will significantly shape, evangelical life, thought, or mission.

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