Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Beyond hate speech

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | For years Britain has given welcome and welfare to radical clerics who preach jihad and promote terror. But Tony Blair says "the rules of the games are…

Cover Stories

Ounce of prevention

by Jamie Dean

Cover Story Sidebar | In the ancient Chinese city of Kashgar, near the Afghan border, two men from Portland, Ore., checked into Room 303 of the Chini Bagh Hotel one month after…

In this issue: "Beyond hate speech," Aug. 20, 2005

Features

Hard target

Hard target

By Lynn Vincent

Politics | Liberals choose their weapon to attack nominee John Roberts

Engaging Israel's disengagement

Engaging Israel's disengagement

By Jill Nelson

Middle East | Israel begins a historic withdrawal from Gaza and U.S. Christians prepare to disagree over it

Mad scientists

By Mark Bergin

Science | Bush's pro-Intelligent Design comments spark debate, rancor

Doing well, doing good

By Marvin Olasky

Ministry | One of America's most innovative churches looks conventional at first glance. But its practice of ministry evangelism serves the community and provides all…

Dispatches

Deserved decline

Deserved decline

By Hugh Hewitt

Declining newspaper circulation is a rejection by the country as a whole of the opinions of the scribbling class

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Liberals get cold feet about cold Canada Impassioned liberals threatening to emigrate if George W. Bush won reelection were as serious as Alec Baldwin.

Quotables

By The Editors

"Right now Adam Smith is spinning in his grave so fast that he would qualify for a subsidy in this bill as an energy source." U.S. Rep. Edward Markey (D-Mass.)

The Buzz

By The Editors

A quick look at this week's biggest stories

Reviews

Bestselling CDs

By The Editors

Notable CDs | The top five bestselling Jazz CDsaccording to College Music Journal, Issue #924

The Great Raid

The Great Raid

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | The World War II adventure sat on the shelf for nearly three years before it was finally released this month with very little publicity

NASA channel

NASA channel

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | Watching unedited video like the NASA channel or CSPAN reminds us just how much regular news is edited, packaged, and spun

Notebook

More with less

More with less

By Timothy Lamer

Money | While manufacturing employment has declined 20 percent in 15 years, manufacturing production has increased 61 percent during the same period

Day to remember

By John Dawson

Sports | Retiring jockey Pat Day may stand only 4-11 and weigh 126 pounds, but he is a giant of a man

Voices

Guilty bystanders

Guilty bystanders

By Marvin Olasky

Why would churches want their members to sit on the sidelines?

Unhappy warriors

By Joel Belz

Grumpy defensiveness over Intelligent Design inroads is showing

Packed, but still empty

Packed, but still empty

By Gene Edward Veith

"Contemporary" churches aren't attracting many contemporaries

Livestrong(er)

By Bill Boyd

Unintended lessons on preaching and worship from an athlete who is perseverance personified

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters, feedback, etc.

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