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January/February 2005 Issue

 

 

Lights, Camera, Controversy:
The Risky Business of Christian Filmmaking
By Kevin Miller

Following God's call in the entertainment business involves facing a variety of challenges for Canadian Christians.

Features

Read All About It
By Marianne Foscarini and Karen Stiller - How Churches Can Use the Media for Free Publicity

An Evangelical Paradox
By Merv Budd - Evangelicals need to be active, but also need to actively study, meditate, pray and listen to God -- and teach others to do the same

Who's Afraid of Evangelicals?
By John G. Stackhouse, Jr. - Why all sorts of otherwise intelligent people have been characterizing Canadian evangelicals as ignorant, right-wing, and American

News

Christian Bookstores Open Sundays
First Nations Leaders Discuss Education
Pastors Consider Unionizing
No Women Pastors, Says FEBC
Same-sex Legislation Pending

In Each Issue

From the Editor:
Living Pictures  By Gail Reid

The Gathering Place:
Marriage Refashioned  By Bruce J. Clemenger

Guest Column:
Could This Happen Here? - David Arrol Macfarlane describes a massive outreach that happened last summer in London, England and looks ahead to a similar event coming to Canada this May

Religion Watch:
Evangelicals and Mormons Are evangelicals compromising their beliefs or advancing the gospel by their recent dialogue with Mormons?   By Jim Beverley

Ask a Theologian:
Is God Female?  When is it appropriate to use feminine language in reference to God?  By Tim Perry

Stories of Transformation:
Saving Angel. Prayer breaks a life chain of drugs and addiction   By Bob Harvey

Other Articles
Jan/Feb 2005 Issue

Cover Story
Lights, Camera, Controversy:
The Risky Business of Christian Filmmaking

Featured Articles
Read All About It:
How Churches Can Use the Media for Free Publicity

Who's Afraid of Evangelicals?

   
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