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Church of the Martyrs
Copts thrive in the face of bloody carnage, legal restraint, anddiscrimination.
Gender: Biblical Feminists Press for Gender-Inclusive NIV
The Alpha-Brits Are Coming
A British course for non-Christians aims to transform North American evangelistic outreach.
Bible Translation: TNIV Critics Blast Scripture 'Distortions'
But evangelical backers of new translation say gender changes are 'accurate.'
Sexuality Draft Draws Criticism
EDITORIAL: Save Me—from Myself
Christians need surer mechanisms of accountability.
Copts' Night of TerrorSubscriber Access Only
Rioting chills Muslim-Christian relations as new parliament is elected.
Ricardo the Fierce
A not-so-clinical book for those touched by special-needs kids.
Q&A: Kay Warren
Learning to live in three worlds.
Egypt's Identity Impasse
Former Muslims seek to change their government-issued cards as outreach gains ground.
The Chaplain's Tension
A Tragic AnniversarySubscriber Access Only
10 years ago this Wednesday, on April 7, 1994, the newly Christianized African nation of Rwanda erupted into unprecedented ethnic slaughter. Where was the church then? And how can it help Rwandans recover today?
The Comeback BishopSubscriber Access Only
Ousted conservative Bob Duncan sees a new center emerging in the Christian West.
Egyptian Christians Join Calls for ReformSubscriber Access Only
Protests enter second week as Mubarak resists ouster.
Syria's Christians Back Assad
Church leaders say the embattled president should stay on.
A Pope for All Christians
Why believers of all stripes should care about the new head of the Catholic Church.
A Better World For Kids
Economist Charles Kenny offers a contrarian take on global poverty.
New Battle Brewing Over HIV PreventionSubscriber Access Only
Top conservatives say Democrat rewrite of PEPFAR will "destroy" Bush program that treats and prevents HIV/AIDS.
The New Center and A Great AwakeningSubscriber Access Only
Are David Gushee and Jim Wallis on to something happening within American evangelicalism?
Jordan kicks out evangelicals. Will Bush complain?Subscriber Access Only
King Abdullah II meets today with Bush in Washington to discuss peace. But back in Jordan, evangelicals are at risk of explusion.

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When I Was a Health Risk to Society
When I Was a Health Risk to Society
My radioactive body brought me shame. But I learned how to bring my fears to the Cross.

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