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DecemberDecember

Volume 48, Issue 12
December, 2004

ARTICLES
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Christianity Today News Briefs
Booting the Salvation Army, falling giving, and suing for rights.


Advice Rejected
Lambeth Commission report leaves church in disarray.


'Assault on the Jewish People'
New Presbyterian policy on Israel raises hackles.


Baptism + Fire
Suffering may build character, but ultimately it's not about us.


Canterbury Crackup
Eschewing church discipline has come back to haunt Anglicans.


Cheated by the Affirming Church
Contrary to what some churches teach, it is homosexuality—and not its suppression—that enslaves people like me.


Deconstructing Gulags
U.S. evangelicals win key legislation for freedom.


Faith Amid the Muck
Christians struggle with island's latest disaster.


Faith, Fear, War, Peace
Snapshots of the grim and 'happy' ministry of today's military chaplains.


From Ewww ... to Wow!
What a big difference a small spider made.


Go Figure
Recent stats on salvation, black Protestants and gay rights, and evangelicals' political leanings.


Good Boundaries Make Good Christians
The difference between welcome and inclusion


Good Grief
The School of Dying Graces says costly lessons lead to priceless wisdom.


Human Sacrifice Redux
How the church battles deadly prophets in its midst.


Invitation to Paganism
The Vanishing Word laments the loss of the logos.


Killing with Kindness
Why is the church against euthanasia in instances where people are in terrible pain?


Liberties 'Violated'
California Catholic Charities ordered to pay for contraceptives.


Lost Tribe Found?
Jewish group seeks return to Israel.


Mythical Proportions
America is not so generous, free, and innocent as it imagines itself.


New York's New Hope
From inner-city gardens, to fine-art exhibitions, to political activism, street-smart churches are changing the culture of America's largest and most dynamic city.




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