Table of Contents

Cover Story

Binding up the wounds of war

Binding up the wounds of war

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | Targeted Christians and other religious minorities find shelter-for now-in Iraq's northern provinces

In this issue: "Survivors," Sept. 29, 2007

Features

Justice for all

Justice for all

By Mark Bergin

Politics | Bush's attorney general nominee has inspired unusual bipartisan cheering-and consequent bipartisan suspicion

California schemin'

By Lynn Vincent

Marriage | In the fight to legalize same-sex unions, a swing vote emerges: Hispanic evangelicals

Balkan jihad

Balkan jihad

By Marvin Olasky

Interview | A new book shows that U.S. political and media leaders during the 1990s oversimplified a complex situation in Bosnia and ended up aiding and abetting Muslim…

Rumors of war

Rumors of war

By Priya Abraham

Sudan | Hostilities between north and south could spell the beginning of the end of peace in Sudan

Dispatches

Quotables

Memorable things they said

The Buzz

The Buzz

Need-to-know news

The choice

The choice

By Cal Thomas

If Hillary's plan is enacted, be prepared to wait

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

Oddball occurrences

Reviews

Noteworthy CDs

By Richie Furay, Ted Nugent, Billy Joe Shaver, Billy Joe Shaver & Various Performers

Notable CDs | Five new or recent reissues reviewed by Arsenio Orteza

Braveheart?

Braveheart?

By Jenny Kraemer

Movies | Foster movie explores vengeance

Creative destruction

Creative destruction

By Sam Thielman

Movies | Eastern Promises director David Cronenberg says he wants to treat violence seriously

Selfish stars

Selfish stars

By Megan Basham

Television | Censorship isn't the only issue raised by Emmy winners' rants

Notebook

Lord of the ring

By Mark Bergin

Sports | Ultimate fighting champ seeks faith-based credibility for blood sport

The Maestro's mess?

The Maestro's mess?

By Timothy Lamer

Money | Growing problems in the housing market tarnish Alan Greenspan's reputation

Voices

Not too hot, not too cold

Not too hot, not too cold

By Joel Belz

Campaign 2008 | Americans prefer vague religious generalities from their political leaders

War of religions

War of religions

By Gene Edward Veith

Though the secularists cannot imagine such a thing, the world is convulsed in a religious war

Greener grass and lost lambs

Greener grass and lost lambs

By Andrée Seu

A trite observation for those who wander

Startling standards

Startling standards

By Marvin Olasky

Toleration is increasing for polygamy, decreasing for theology

Mailbag

Letters from our readers

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