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Bible

Bible Basics
01/20/2000

  • Which Bible translation is right for you? The Bible Unbound
    These CD-ROM collections take the Bible and study guides out of their covers and puts them on your computer
    By Karen Jones
    3/20/2000
  • Old Testament

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    New Testament

  • The Accuracy of the New Testament By Richard Land
  • Was the Last Supper a Seder?
    Q&A with Arthur Magida

    Gospels Woe to You Rich
    Jesus and economics. By Marcus Borg

  • The Miracle of Parables, The Parables of Miracles By Ben Witherington
  • Paul

    History

    Bible interpretation

    Woe to You Rich
    Jesus and economics. By Marcus Borg

    The Gospel of Thomas Gospel for our time, or Jesus Lite? Does the Bible Ban Braids?
    Ask the expert

    Women Different Gifts, Same Spirit
    Women can still serve the church, even if they are not called to be pastors
    By Richard Land
    7/14/2000

    The Bold and the Biblical
    What do some romance novels have in common with Scripture? Both celebrate feminine wisdom
    By Deborah Belonick
    7/27/2000

    Let Women Preach
    A Pentecostal defense

    Men

    Homosexuality

    Jesus and Christology

    Historicla Jesus

    The Search for Jesus
    Special feature section on the search for the historical Jesus, with sections on Jesus' birth, daily life, appearance, miracles, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection
    6/19/2000
    Includes these articles:

  • A Historical Jesus Primer by Ira Rifkin
  • More

    Jesus: God in Human Form
    Where is this in the Bible? Q&A with Ben Witherington III

    The Crucifixion: What to Tell Kids
    A psychologist gives age-by-age advice

  • The Miracle of Parables, The Parables of Miracles By Ben Witherington
  • Woe to You Rich
    Jesus and economics. By Marcus Borg

    Clergy Different Gifts, Same Spirit
    Women can still serve the church, even if they are not called to be pastors
    By Richard Land
    7/14/2000

    Life in the Holy Fishbowl
    The challenges and joys of being a clergy spouse
    By Lisa Konick
    3/24/2000

    Saints

    Church and State Are U.S. Christians Persecuted? Education

    'As if They Had Cursed'
    Is invoking God in public before a football game constitutional? The Supreme Court will decide the fate of a Texas school.
    By Richard Land
    4/3/2000

    Are public schools really that bad?
    Emotion and stereotypes cloud the issue, leaving Christian families to sift out the truth
    By Mary McLean Hix
    3/23/2000

    Sunday school

    CCD

    Adult education

    Prayers & Profits
    Starting the workday with Bible study

    Christian schools Christian colleges Homeschooling Are public schools really that bad?
    Emotion and stereotypes cloud the issue, leaving Christian families to sift out the truth
    By Mary McLean Hix
    3/23/2000

    Homeschool's Cool
    Teens interview teens

    Worship Holidays Christmas Christmas


    Interactive Advent Calendar

    All Christmas Features
    Including music, quizzes, articles, inspiration, and activities
    The Misguided Search for the Star of Bethlehem
    Was it a supernova? A falling star? It really doesn't matter
    12/30/1999
    by Marcus Borg

    Christmas in a Thrift Shop
    Our cultural artifacts tell us a lot about what we value
    12/30/1999
    by Frederica Mathewes-Green

    Epiphany

  • What It Means
    By Ben Witherington III Easter Past Lenten Prayer and Laziness
    Overcoming inertia during Lent

    and Easter features

    Lent Halloween Special Halloween Section
    Articles, recipes, links, and a "religious candy" taste test.

    Including:
  • Making Real Decisions About Halloween
    By Richard Mouw
  • Banning Halloween?
    The October bacchanalia turns into a religious issue for the nation's public schools
    By Deborah Caldwell

    Thanksgiving Valentine's Day Other Holidays New Year's

    Millennium, Shmillennium
    The apocalyptic craze that fizzled
    12/25/2000
    By Monique Parsons

    Basics FAQs
  • What Is An Evangelical?
    Intercommunion Etiquette

    Quizzes

  • Quiz: How do you approach the Bible?
  • Quiz: Which Bible hero are you?
  • What Kind of Catholic Are You?
  • How Hip Is Your Church?
  • Is Your Marriage Spiritual?
  • Pope John
    Paul II

    Family
  • WEDDING VOWS EXCHANGE
    Writing your vows? Find samples and share your own. The Evangelical Family Paradox
    Evangelical family practice doesn't match evangelical family rhetoric
    By W. Bradford Wilcox and John P. Bartkowski
    4/8/2000

    Life in the Holy Fishbowl
    The challenges and joys of being a clergy spouse
    By Lisa Konick
    3/24/2000

    Parenting

    Relationships
    WEDDING VOWS EXCHANGE
    Writing your vows? Find samples and share your own. Handling Anger in a Godly Way
    Christian approaches to anger
    By Gary Chapman
    5/9/2000

    Children

    Not So Wild About Harry
    Why some Christians reject Potter author J.K. Rowling and all her works
    By Richard Mouw
    7/7/2000

    The Crucifixion: What to Tell Kids
    A psychologist gives age-by-age advice

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

    Interfaith and ecumenism

    Was the Last Supper a Seder?
    Q&A with Arthur Magida

    Be Careful Who Chooses Your Soul
    Some warning signs on the road to a multi-faith future
    3/3/2000
    By Frederica Mathewes-Green

    Judaism and Christianity Evangelicals & Jews
    Is progress unraveling?

    It's Not About Christ's Death
    By Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg

  • A Jewish Look at Jesus By Rabbi David Wolpe
  • A Christian Responds to the Jewish View of Jesus By Richard Mouw Other Interfaith Issues
  • An Islamic View of Jesus By Michael Wolfe

  • Comparing Buddha and Jesus By Thich Nhat Hanh
  • Gandhi's Intriguing Relationship with Jesus

    Is it Right to Proselytize?
    It's OK to proselytize, but there are times when it's kinder to refrain
    By Frederica Mathewes-Green
    7/12/2000

    Culture

    Movies

    'Chocolat': A Cheap Shot at Lent?

    Left Behind: The Movie
    The Dark Side of the Moon
    If today's artists are lucky, they can make a working-class Catholic grandmother cry
    1/11/2000
    by Frederica Mathewes-Green


    Television & Videos

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

    Interview with Peter Jennings
    The anchor discusses Jesus, religion--and his own faith. Includes seclected audio clips from the interview
    6/15/2000

    Books

    The Bible Unbound
    These CD-ROM collections take the Bible and study guides out of their covers and puts them on your computer
    By Karen Jones
    3/20/2000

  • Which Bible translation is right for you?
  • Don't Be Left Behind!
    Why are millions captivated by an end-times soap opera?
    By Michael G. Maudlin
    5/23/2000

    Prosperity Theology or Meaningful Prayer?
    The wildly popular Prayer of Jabez

    Best Christian Books of 2000

    Not So Wild About Harry
    Why some Christians reject Potter author J.K. Rowling and all her works
    By Richard Mouw
    7/7/2000

    Whitebread Protestants
    Two books about food and faith

  • Sacred vs. Secular Smoochies: The Christian Romance Novel
  • Music

    Think Enya With a Christian Gloss
    An interview with Grammy-nominated Maire Brennen

    U2's Bono: Exclusive Interview

    Can Creed Make It in Christian Rock?

    Pop culture

    How to Make a Power Band
    The new must-have accessory among young evangelicals
    12/30/1999

    The Dark Side of the Moon
    If today's artists are lucky, they can make a working-class Catholic grandmother cry
    1/11/2000
    by Frederica Mathewes-Green

    He Shoots, He Scores
    "Jesus in sports" figurines

    Rituals and life events

    News

    The Top Religion Stories of 2000

    Politics
    Our Right to Require Belief
    Billy Graham says this sermon, preached 50 years ago, still has relevance
    01/15/2000

    Shifts in Loyalties
    Tracing the development of the Religious Right's ties to both political parties.
    By John Shelby Spong
    4/4/2000

  • John Shelby Spong on Ashcroft
  • Richard Mouw on Bush as 'nurturing politician'



    Jesse Jackson's Journey Back

    The Errant Evangelical
    A presidential counselor in the line of fire
    By Tony Campolo
    8/9/2000
  • Virtual Church Tours

  • Al Gore Jr.'s Church: New Salem Missionary Baptist
  • George W. Bush's Church: Highland Park United Methodist
  • Science

    A Book of Faith, Not Science
    Billy Graham on the Bible

    The Ancient Egypt You Never Knew
    Recent archaeological finds paint a vastly different portrait of Ancient Egypt than the one offered in Exodus
    By Amy Dockser Marcus
    7/5/2000

    Why We Can't Clone Jesus

    Travel

    Window Into Heaven
    A pilgrimage to Iona, Scotland

    Interactive Features Spiritual Practice

    Gardening for God
    How flowers help a nun's prayer life blossom.

    Prayer

    Prosperity Theology or Meaningful Prayer?
    The wildly popular Prayer of Jabez
    Fasting

    Retreats

    Devotions

    Charity

    Bible study

    Prayers & Profits
    Starting the workday with Bible study

    Andy Griffith Bible Study

    Papacy

    The Next Pope
    By Ralph McInerny

    Catholic

    Blessed Mother Complex
    Are Catholics ashamed of Mary?

    Protestant

    The Evangelical Family Paradox
    Evangelical family practice doesn't match evangelical family rhetoric
    By W. Bradford Wilcox and John P. Bartkowski
    4/8/2000

    Orthodox

    Is it Right to Proselytize?
    It's OK to proselytize, but there are times when it's kinder to refrain
    By Frederica Mathewes-Green
    7/12/2000

    Mormon

    Denominations

    Catholic

    The Next Irish Catholics

    Protestant Whitebread Protestants
    Two books about food and faith

    Pentecostalism's Racial DivideBy T.D. Jakes

    Orthodox

    Mormon

    Defending Polygamy
    Sinful? Maybe. Illegal? It shouldn't be. By Richard Mouw

    Other Christian groups Ethics & Morality

    Sexual morality

    Polygamy: Two Views
    br> Pedophilia Chic

  • Chuck Colson's article
  • A Beliefnet member responds


    Cyberporn
  • One man's "moral middle ground"
  • Porn has infiltrated (and ruined) U.S. pop culture
    Defending Polygamy
    Sinful? Maybe. Illegal? It shouldn't be. By Richard Mouw

    More Ethics Stuff Televise McVeigh's Execution
    By Thomas Lynch

    Inspiration
  • Gardening for God
    How flowers help a nun's prayer life blossom.

    Evangelism/Witness

    Quizzes

    What kind ofChristian are you? What kind of Catholic are you? Polls

    Conversion/Born-again People/Profiles Jerry Falwell With Perfume
    John Stott is England's best-known Christian evangelical. But is this Anglican leader anything more than a fundamentalist in sheep's clothing?
    By John Shelby Spong
    09/26/2000



    Jesse Jackson's Journey Back

    Theology of the Hammer
    Profile of Habitat for Humanity's founder

    U2's Bono: Exclusive Interview

    Gandhi's Intriguing Relationship with Jesus

    A Book of Faith, Not Science
    Billy Graham on the Bible

    Hallowed be thy ... Whatsyourname
    My day with Whatsyourname, the itinerant preacher who looks a lot like YouKnowWho
    03/09/2000
    By John D. Spalding

    Abortion The Lost Generation
    For teens at the Rock for Life concert, the abortion debate was over. But the issue wasn't.
    01/22/200
    by Frederica Mathewes-Green



    The Catholic Abortion Paradox
    1/20/01
    By Alissa Rubin

    The Bible on Abortion
    Scripture Q&A

    Death and Dying

    Books

    Eating Alone
    By Richard Mouw

    "My Family Won't Let Me Convert"
    Q&A with Pastor Paul

    What Should a Church Look Like?

    Living the Psalms
    By Cynthia Bourgeault

    Whatever Happened to Blue Laws?

    Should I Feel Grateful During Tough Times?
    By Brother David Steindl-Rast

    Christian Decorating

    Is Rote All Right?
    Stock phrases in prayers

    Chanting the Psalms: Lesson 7 What Great Christians Teach Us
    An interview with Lorraine Kisly, author of "Ordinary Graces" Christian Mysticism

    Sabbath Chic
    People of many faiths are finding the up side to down time
    By Monique Parsons
    8/11/2000

  • How to Really Know Jesus By Frederica Mathewes-Green
  • Resurrection Rebel By Paul Raushenbush
  • Quiz: How do you approach the Bible?
  • Bible Q&A
  • Search the Bible
  • "God Has Chosen Me"
    Diane Sawyer interviews missionary

    Soul Therapy
    Do evangelical Christian therapists have something to teach their secular counterparts?
    By Mary Sykes Wylie
    3/24/2000

    The Business of the Kingdom
    Management guru Peter Drucker thinks the future of America is in the hands of churches.
    By Tim Stafford
    03/15/2000

    Not Your Father's Church
    Christianity shouldn't be marketed to a specific generation of consumers.
    By Andy Crouch
    03/15/2000

    The Evolution of Gen X Ministry

    Should we create churches on the assumption that Gen Xers will grow out of them?
    By Valerie and Dieter Zander
    03/15/2000

    Billy Graham's Millennium Message of Hope
    01/15/2000

    God as suffering parent
    12/13/1999
    by Frederica Mathewes-Green

    What Belongs to God?
    Jesus' famous 'render unto Caesar' saying leaves today's Christians scratching their heads
    By Marcus Borg
    4/13/2000

    Hell Is There and "Occupied"
    The UK's Evangelical Alliance reaffirms the reality of hell in a report to be published next week
    4/11/2000

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