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IDing ID's Designer
Darwin's Nemesis shows why the debate isn't going away.
Biotech: Tissue of Lies?
Latest stem-cell research shows no urgent need to destroy human embryos for the cause of science.
Bridging the Digital Divide
How one Toronto mission is bringing computer literacy to inner-city kids
A Velvet Oppression
Conservative Christians are not faring well in Canada's brave new secular society
Film: Cameras Rolling
Bestseller Left Behind's big-screen debut set for 2001.
Pentecostal Shakes up Canadian Politics
Stockwell Day, leader of Canadian Alliance, wins House of Commons seat.
Human Embryo Research Resisted
Human Commodities
The grisly business of trafficking in fetal body parts may soon face Congressional hearings.
Unholy Harvest?
Evangelicals join protests against genetically modified frankenfoods.
Design Film Sparks Angst
Under fire, Smithsonian disavows presentation on Intelligent Design.
No Room in the Womb?
Couples with high-risk pregnancies face the 'selective reduction' dilemma.
Biotech: Pro-lifers Resist Embryo Research
Embryo 'Adoption' Matches Donors and Would-be Parents
'Snowflake' program is only of its kind in dealing with leftover fertilized eggs.
Biotech: Unholy Harvest?
Evangelicals join protests against genetically modified frankenfoods.

Top Story March 2, 2021

Why Christians Who Speak Jesus’ Language Can’t Agree on Their Name
Why Christians Who Speak Jesus’ Language Can’t Agree on Their Name
It took Aramaic speakers 1,500 years to agree on Christology, now their main debate is over Assyrian identity. Could Pope Francis’ visit to Iraq encourage unity?

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