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Promoting and Uniting European Evangelicals
Swimming against the current makes the European Evangelical Alliance's liaison to the E.U. feel alive.
Q & A: Deborah Dortzbach
The international director of HIV/AIDS programs at World Relief talks on our progress, and regress, with AIDS.
Stemming the Embryonic Tide
Pro-lifers face a scientific and public relations juggernaut.
A 'Coward' Who Stayed to Help
Why Brennan Manning isn't interested in asking why he survived Katrina and others did not. (Please read Editor's Note, added 10/10/2005)
Dennis Bakke's Ode to Joy
The outrageous way in which an energy giant's CEO had fun at work.
How the Pope Turned Me Into An Evangelical
A Christianity Today associate editor recalls growing up Catholic in John Paul II's Poland.
Unholy Wars
Two books document the dangers of mixing church and state.
Not a Hallmark Bible
Richard Foster and Dallas Willard on the newly  published Renovare Spiritual Formation Bible.
Top Ten Movies from the Middle East
In a time when so many images from this part of the world remind us of war, two of our critics list ten outstanding films from the area that give us a better understanding of its people.
Social Justice Surprise
Stephen Monsma proves that evangelicals are more active in welfare-to-work programs than any other religious group.
The Poet Who Remembered
Poland (mostly) honors Czeslaw Milosz upon his death.
A Hard Pill to Swallow
How the tiny tablet upset my soul.
Top Ten Movies from Europe
From stories of grace and beauty to those depicting the horrors and heartbreak of war and death, here's one critic's list of European movies worth watching.
The Making of the Christian
Richard J. Foster and Dallas Willard on the difference between discipleship and spiritual formation.
Yes to Yoga
Can a Christian breathe air that has been offered to idols?
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.
Saving the Suburbs
Riots prompt Christians to reach out more to Muslims.

Top Story October 21, 2020

Turks and Armenians Reconcile in Christ. Are Azeris Next?
Turks and Armenians Reconcile in Christ. Can Azeris Join Them?
Confessing the genocide, Turkish evangelicals seek forgiveness on behalf of their nation. With ongoing war in Nagorno-Karabakh, is there a path forward also with Azerbaijan’s believers?

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