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Volume 51, Number 6
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Donald Miller: A Better Storyteller
Donald Miller helps culturally conflicted evangelicals make peace with their faith.
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"Is Christianity Good for the World?"
Part 3 of the ongoing debate between Christopher Hitchens and Douglas Wilson.
Zimbabwe: Church Leaders Confront Mugabe
Church leaders confront President Mugabe.
Passages: Appointments and Selections
Appointments and selections of Don Argue, Ken Blackwell, and others.
Quotation Marks
Comments from Anthony Kennedy, Zach Johnson, Billy Graham, and others.
Go Figure
Recent statistics on religious websites, evangelicals and homosexual teachers, and women's roles.
Immigration Solution Stalemate
Evangelical ambivalence mirrors national immigration gridlock.
The Giuliani Choice
Conservative leaders doubt his support among evangelicals will last.
News Briefs
Malatya murders, Child Online Protection Act, and Remnant convictions.
Q&A: Tony Hall
Hall, a former Democratic congressman, directs the faith component of a new Middle East initiative sponsored by the State Department and members of Congress.
<i>Roe v. Wade</i>: Partial Reversal?
The Supreme Court's abortion decision shows that the arguments have changed.
Editorial: When Tragedy Happens
After a massacre like Virginia Tech's, how we minister makes all the difference.
Sub-biblical Transformation
Organization-speak threatens to blind us to the church's unique glory.
Book Awards 2007
22 titles that bring understanding to people, events, and ideas that shape evangelical life, thought, and mission.
Who Do Your Books Say That I Am?
New volumes tell much about our Lord--and our cultural moment.
Review: <i>Leepike Ridge</i>
Leepike Ridge has something for everyone.
Christian Publishing: Finding the Next Big Thing
A Christian publishing update.
CVP: The Mission of the Trinity
Singaporean theologian Simon Chan says 'missional theology' has not gone far enough.
Virginia Tech's Korean Christians
Virginia Tech's Korean Christians wrestle with the aftermath of a massacre.
Yancey Reflects at V Tech
A sermon given on the Virginia Tech campus two weeks after the shootings.
Campus Life at V Tech
Campus life after the tragedy at Virginia Tech.
Reflections: Poor in Spirit
Quotations to stir heart and mind.
Tennant: Brave New Salvation
A vision of a sinless future.
Aikman: Lebanon's Precarious Calm
A year after the July 2006 war, Lebanon's Christians face a murky future.
<span style="font: italic bold 14pt Helvetica, Verdana, sans-serif; color: #FFFFFF;">The Secret</span> Exposed
Why Oprah and millions of readers can be wrong.
Holistic Reach: <i>The Mission of God</i>
There's more to mission than church planting, author argues.
Webb, Derek
Derek Webb calls us to conversation, not conversion.
Colson: Overheated Rhetoric
What should we make of bestselling books blasting Christians?