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Foolish Things
Links to Stan's Christianity Today columns.

Stan Guthrie Quoted or Mentioned
Article VI Blog Interview

Farewell to CTI

The Church and Culture: Never Give Up

Love to Love Children

Lost Missions: Whatever happened to the idea of rescuing people from hell?

More from RBTE: Topics and Trends

Inside CT: We Know Jack

Culture War: The Pope's Life of Sacrifice

House Bill Denounced by a Range of Leaders

The IV Connection

Latest Books by CT Staff

Tsunami Response Team

You Are What You Were

Preaching the Gospel

Encouraging Faith Discussions

Articles by Stan Guthrie

Culture and Ethics
'Safe Sex' for the Whole Nation: Why mandating the HPV vaccine is not a good idea.

Defining Business Success

Entertaining Truth: Patricia Heaton (Everybody Loves Raymond) on being in Hollywood but not of it.

What Married Women Want: Sociologist Brad Wilcox says one type of marriage makes most women happier.

Crunchy Time: Rod Dreher says that conservative man cannot live by the free market alone.

Prescription for Conflict: Pharmacists may have to put conscience on the shelf—or quit.

Faith and Fighting: Author Stephen Mansfield Says Religious Belief is Critical to the Soldier

The Evangelical Scandal

CRI Sues Longtime Critic

Spiritual Shortcuts

Recovering Personal Responsibility (PDF)

Being Responsible in an Irresponsible Age (PDF)

The Link Between Private Lives and Public Leadership (PDF)

Human Rights, Persecution, and Religious Liberty
Sex Isn't a Spectator Sport

Religious Freedom Isn't Free

Islam's Uncertain Future: Freedom House's Paul Marshall says Shari'ah is both less and more dangerous than you think.

Sighs of Relief: Religious prejudice undermines tsunami aid work.

Unholy Wars: Two books document the dangers of mixing church and state

Persecution is a Holy Word

The Longest Hatred

Nightmares and Miracles

Peacemaking (PDF)

Never Again?

Crackdown Hits Churches

The Church in Iraq

Keeping Their Heads Down

North Korea Human Rights Act a ‘Miracle’

Q&A: Franklin Graham

Palestine’s Christians Persist Despite Pressures

Christians Fear Decade of Freedom is Over

A Journalist in Babylon

Life Issues
Don't Cede the High Ground: Our abortion views don't rest on sociological data.

The Slope Really Is Slippery

Worth Protecting: It's hard to see the humanity of tiny embryos if we live by blind faith.

Living Sacrifices

Stemming the Embryonic Tide: Pro-lifers face a scientific and public relations juggernaut.

Frist's Folly

More Culture of Life, Please

Speaking Out: Life With Dignity

The Gradual Grief of Alzheimers

Counteroffensive on RU-486

RU-486 Deaths Prompt Outcry

Christianity and Controversy (PDF)

Pro-Life Groups Ready to Defend Partial-Birth Abortion Ban

Missions and Evangelism
Wisdom for Short-Term Missionaries: Serving With Eyes Wide Open prepares short-term missionaries to be culturally sensitive.

God's Word in an Old Light: Philip Jenkins on how global South Christians read the Bible.

Whole gospel: What evangelical leaders say are the priorities and challenges for the next 50 years.

God Is at Work: Economic globalization is an opportunity for missions.

The Lessons of Jabez

Network for Strategic Missions Index (premium service)

Beyond the Gates of Splendor

Missions: Impossible?

Waging Peace on Islam: A missionary veteran of Asia proposes one way to defuse Muslim anger about the Crusades.

Wycliffe in Overdrive

Gatecrashing for Jesus

Doors into Islam

Deconstructing Islam

Double Jeopardy

Reimagining Missions

Return to Kabul

September 11 Prompts Sober Missions Thinking

A False Cry of Peace

Reconciliation and Globalization (PDF)

Interview with Dr. Robert Coleman

Violence Confronts Today’s Missions Efforts (PDF)

America becoming fertile mission field for Buddhism

Hope Amid the Ruins

Some of Their Best Friends Are Jews (letter).

How Much is Enough?

Money and Power: Ethical Issues Facing the Global Church in the Third Millennium

When More Is Less

Double-entry Accountability

Protestant Giving Rates Decline

Bad Priorities Can Kill

From November 2005: Ted Haggard says Galatians bars us from using the law to create a Christian nation.

Q&A: Newt Gingrich

Sit Down, Sit Down for Jesus?

The Faith of Our Founders

Q&A: Richard Land

From Disgrace to Sage

Colson Blasts 'Deep Throat': Christian statesman, former Nixon aide says leaks were unethical and unnecessary.

"If Christians Fail, America Will Fail": An interview with the outspoken president of Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation.

Sen. Rick Santorum: I Draw No Line Between My Faith and My Decisions

Jim Wallis: 'I See Genuine Soul-Searching Among Democrats'

Aliens in Our Midst

No Compromise? Calls for restraint and civility work both ways

Confronting Caesar: Nigeria Megachurch Pastor in Ukraine Takes a Stand for Freedom

For Whom Would Jesus Vote?

A Question of Faith

Bill Pryor, the Man in the Middle

Los Angeles Takes Out the Cross

Q&A: James Dobson

Social Issues
One-Size Politics Doesn't Fit All: Evangelical social reform is a many-splendored thing.

Look at All the Lonely People: A radically old way to reach out to a friendless culture.

Dazed by Disasters

Fear Not the Disabled

Bill Cosby Was (Mostly) Right

Bill Cosby Was (Mostly) Right—Part 2

Clean Air for Ears

Relentless Pursuit: Mark Buchanan examines the fruit of spiritual disciplines.

Grace Afar and Near: Billy Graham's third daughter, Ruth, describes her relationship with her famous father.

Living with the Darwin Fish: Why the discovery of yet another "missing link" doesn't destroy my faith.

The Scandal of Forgiveness

From Eternity to Here

A Revival of Prayer

God's Word for Ardent Disciples (Intro and RSB section)

Grace as a License for Sin

When the Mountains Don't Move

Squeezing the Reader's Heart

Donald Miller on Finding God in Odd Places

Dick Staub on the Star Wars Myth

"Pope 'Broadened the Way' for Evangelicals and Catholics"

"I Thirst"

Open or Closed Case?