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A Court of Morals or a Moral Court?
The British court was right to try to save one of the conjoined twin girls, even against the wishes of the parents
By Richard Land
11/6/2000

Why We Can't Clone Jesus
If science has a say in it, the Second Coming won't happen anytime soon
By Gregg Easterbrook
10/15/2000

Making Real Decisions About Halloween
Christians don't automatically need to oppose it, but they should be concerned
By Richard Mouw
10/19/2000

Banning Halloween
The October bacchanalia turns into a religious issue for the nation's public schools
By Deborah Caldwell
10/23/2000

Does Less Sunday School Equal More Secularism?
God comes second to homework and afterschool activities
By Martin Marty
10/16/2000

The Mighty Deeds of Jesus
Are there limits to the spectacular?
By Marcus Borg
10/10/2000

By the Book
The unscrolling of the Bible
By Ben Witherington III
10/4/2000

The Sacred Well
Drilling a well in her backyard, the author becomes conscious of her connection to the earth
By Barbara Brown Taylor
10/02/2000

John Stott: A Fundamentalist in Sheep's Clothing?
The Anglican leader has decided to retire. What he needs to recognize is that his evangelical ideas retired long ago
By John Shelby Spong
9/26/2000

The Body of Christ: A Practical Lesson
How can the life of the meeting redirect our individual lives?
By Marty Grundy
9/26/2000

Who Are the Quakers?
A closer look at the Religious Society of Friends
9/26/2000

A Phenomenon With a Goal
See You at the Pole is not a culminating event, but the beginning of a quest for spiritual renewal--and it's perfectly legal
By Richard Land
9/20/2000

Taking a Stand for God
A Christian teen adviser looks at what motivates students to stand at the pole and pray
By Jim Burns
9/19/2000

Bible CD-Roms for Kids
By Karen Jones
9/15/2000

The Truth about Relativism
After the Vatican statement, ecumenism will go on
By Martin E. Marty
9/11/2000

Gearing Up for God
Christians wear their faith around their necks, and on their backs. What's the real value for witnessing of Christian gear?
By Craig Bird
8/29/2000

Protestants and Politics Archive
Past articles from the 2000 election season

What Is Biblical Prophecy?
Prophecies aren't just God-sanctioned horoscopes
By Ben Witherington III
8/14/2000

Clinton's Debt to God
In his recent apology, the president came across as a flawed human being and a repentant sinner, much like the rest of us
By Richard Mouw
8/14/2000

An Unorthodox Choice
Aligned on social issues but sharply opposed on abortion, how will evangelicals react to Joseph Lieberman?
By Richard Land
8/11/2000

Why Christian Conservatives Like Lieberman, But Won't Vote for Him
They may admire Lieberman's private life, but not his voting record--especially on abortion
By Rod Dreher
8/8/2000

Onward, Christian Produce
VeggieTales overcomes the challenges of crisper drawer Christianity
By Carla Barnhill
8/4/2000

Thoroughly Modern Missions
Across the world, Christianity increasingly is adapting to local cultures. Missions cannot ignore the change
By Matt Donnelly
7/26/2000

The Eyes of Tammy Faye
An interview with the repentant and unreconstructed Tammy Faye
By Richard Baimbridge
7/21/2000

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