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Militia extremists blend God and country into a potent mixture.
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A Christian Community Makes Waves, Not WarSubscriber Access Only
Pacifist Bruderhofers do not shy away from controversy.
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A surging economy and a fiery Pentecostal movement have Peruvian evangelicals rethinking the way they do business-and religion.
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Reaching the First Post-Christian GenerationSubscriber Access Only
Raised in a world of MTV, AIDS, and a trillion-dollar debt, Generation X is making new demands on the church
Soccer Outreach Has Higher GoalSubscriber Access Only
Christians mobilize to reach a multitude of World Cup fans.
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Racial Reconciliation: After the Hugs, What?Subscriber Access Only
The next step for racial reconciliation will be harder.
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Engaging the MarketplaceSubscriber Access Only
Christians view secular careers as a means of influence

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