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Nuptial Agreements
Two models of marriage claim biblical warrant and vie for evangelicals' allegiance. Advocates of both claim good results. But do we have to choose?
The Ultimate Language Lesson
Teaching English may well be the 21st century's most promising way to take the Good News to the world
Masters of Philosophy
How Biola University is making inroads in the larger philosophical world
Religion in the 'Burbs
"An interview with R. Stephen Warner, sociologist of religion at University of Illinois at Chicago"
Ten Things You Should Know About the New Girls' Biblezine
Revolve is getting major media attention for the way it packages the Bible. What is the message this medium brings with it?
Promoting and Uniting European Evangelicals
Swimming against the current makes the European Evangelical Alliance's liaison to the E.U. feel alive.
Alter Possession
Some 'demons' are better left unexorcised
A Shrink Gets Stretched
Why psychologist Larry Crabb believes spiritual direction should replace therapy
The Good News About Generations X & Y
"Watch out, promiscuity! Out of the way, relativism! A wave of young Americans just wants that old time religion. An interview with the author of The New Faithful: Why Young Adults Are Embracing Christian Orthodoxy"
Social Justice Surprise
Stephen Monsma proves that evangelicals are more active in welfare-to-work programs than any other religious group.
Brave New Salvation
A vision of a sinless future.
What To Do About Nukes
You may not be as powerless as you think.
"Seahorses, Egalitarians, and Traditional Sex-Role Reversal"
A dispatch from the Christians for Biblical Equality conference
Adam and Eve in the 21st Century
"When it comes to gender roles, CT readers oscillate between complementarian and egalitarian ideas."
The French Reconnection
Europe's most secular country rediscovers its Christian roots.
First Waves of Relief
Muslim-Christian hostilities. Competing for qualified labor. Handling record donations. These are just three obstacles Christian aid groups must navigate.
Lives of Quiet Turbulence
Elizabeth Marquardt on what happens in the souls of children of divorce.
Pro-life Feminists
An anthology of the strange bedfellows who are all pro-woman and pro-life.
What's Next: International Justice
Long Road: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.
Women & the Church
Help finding your place as woman who is gifted to lead.

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