Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Man of faith, Man of the hour

Man of faith, Man of the hour

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Minorities, social conservatives, and war proponents hand George W. Bush a historic win-sending a GOP incumbent back to the White House for the first time in…

Cover Stories

Sweeps week

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | Bush's mandate has conservatives gaining in the House and Senate in ways neither Democrats nor pundits predicted

Cover Stories

Preserving marriage; destroying life

Preserving marriage; destroying life

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story Sidebar | Californians on Tuesday approved taxpayer-funded embryonic stem-cell research, while 11 states approved amendments to ban same-sex marriage

In this issue: "Bush's moral mandate," Nov. 13, 2004

Features

Remember the persecuted

Remember the persecuted

By Priya Abraham

Religion | This year's special day of prayer will highlight those who "bow the head, take the hemorrhage"

Taking stock

Taking stock

By Edward E. Plowman

Religion | Mainline Presbyterian group meets with terrorist group, calls for divestment from Israel

Day of retail

By Jamie Dean

Business | Some Christian bookstores nationwide conduct business-special

Dispatches

Arafat's last days

Arafat's last days

By Joel C. Rosenberg

International | President Bush may soon face a new crisis in the Middle East: the death of Yasser Arafat

Quick Takes

Bird trap Witnesses often talk, and a group of thieves in Memphis decided to go back to the scene of their crime on Oct. 25 to keep one quiet. This witness,

Quotables

"I've earned [political] capital in this election, and I'm going to spend it." President George W. Bush on his plans to press for controversial overhauls of…

The Buzz

The Buzz

CANCER CASES Reports last week that Chief Justice William Rehnquist was receiving radiation and chemotherapy treatment indicated that he may have the most…

Notebook

Check your accounts

Check your accounts

By Dan Perkins

Business | New federal regulations will cut the amount of time consumers can "float" a check

The need for speed

The need for speed

By Chris Stamper

Technology | NASA says its new supercomputer can complete calculations in a day that once took years

Voices

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters, feedback, etc.

We the People

We the People

By Marvin Olasky

Moral issues were the key to President Bush's victory on Nov. 2

Flunking kindergarten

Flunking kindergarten

By Joel Belz

Our lack of cultural fiber shows up at the breakfast table

Media bias megaphone

By Gene Edward Veith

Associated Press stories once were known for their objectivity. Not always, anymore

Cultural cringe

Cultural cringe

By Roberta Green Ahmanson

What evangelical donors should remember about higher education

Culture

Bestselling books

By The Editors

Notable Books | The top five bestselling hardback nonfiction books as of Nov. 1

Finding Neverland

Finding Neverland

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | For young and old, this fact-based film will provide wonderful fodder for discussion and reflection

Listen Up

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | Jason Alexander's latest role is playing sportswriter Tony Kornheiser

Desperate Housewives

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | ABC's attempt at envelope-pushing comedy pokes fun of middle-class Americans

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