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Cover Story

Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | 'We have some planes.'

In this issue: "Remembering 9/11," Sept. 10, 2011

Features

'A long, unremitting campaign'

'A long, unremitting campaign'

By The Editors

Remembering 9/11 | A look at the key events since 9/11

September morn

September morn

By Paul Glader

Remembering 9/11 | Former Wall Street Journal editor Melanie Kirkpatrick escaped 9/11 to witness New Yorkers learning to rebuild physically and spiritually

Islam vs. liberty

Islam vs. liberty

By Marvin Olasky

Remembering 9/11 | Is a rule-obsessed religion that denies original sin and the need for grace compatible with freedom?

A place forgotten

A place forgotten

By Edward Lee Pitts

Remembering 9/11 | Shanksville, the site of Flight 93's crash, gets a national makeover in time for the 10th anniversary of remembering its heroes

'The day God has chosen for me'

'The day God has chosen for me'

By Emily Belz

Remembering 9/11 | A soldier survivor of the attack on the Pentagon remembers other soldiers who have fallen since 9/11

Children of 9/11

Children of 9/11

By Makoto Fujimura

Remembering 9/11 | Discovering what terrorists could not steal away

Where were you on 9/11?

Where were you on 9/11?

By Michael Leary

Remembering 9/11 | The executive director of Christian Embassy in London was part of an International Prayer Breakfast at the UN

Where were you on 9/11?

Where were you on 9/11?

By Heather Mercer

Remembering 9/11 | The head of the aid group Global Hope had been arrested by the Taliban and was in captivity in Afghanistan

Where were you on 9/11?

Where were you on 9/11?

By Bill Bangham

Remembering 9/11 | The director of media production at International Mission Board was in Kathmandu leading a prayer retreat in Nepal for Christian workers from central and…

Where were you on 9/11?

Where were you on 9/11?

By Wendy Merdian

Remembering 9/11 | The writer was leading a women's Bible study in Amman, Jordan

Where were you on 9/11?

Where were you on 9/11?

By Laurie Mylroie

Remembering 9/11 | The author was part of an investigation into the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center

Remains of the day

Remains of the day

By Mindy Belz

Remembering 9/11 | What happened to ordinary men and women at Ground Zero helps explain why the road to reconstruct the World Trade Center has been long and torturous

Where were you on 9/11?

Where were you on 9/11?

By Diane Langberg

Remembering 9/11 | The psychologist, author, and Westminster Theological Seminary faculty member counseled many who survived the attack

Dispatches

Seizing the moment

Seizing the moment

By Marvin Olasky

Campaign 2012 | Rick Perry makes a strong presidential candidate, but questions of 'crony capitalism' need answers

Looking Ahead

Looking Ahead

By The Editors

Republican debate A reshuffled GOP candidate field means that all eyes will be on Simi Valley, Calif., on Sept. 7 when contenders for the Republican…

MLK remembered

MLK remembered

By The Editors

and more news briefs

Osama bin Laden, the movie

Osama bin Laden, the movie

By Megan Basham

Producers gain controversial access to the Pentagon

Instant legitimacy

Instant legitimacy

By Mindy Belz

It may have come too soon for Libya's rebels

Human Race

Human Race

By The Editors

Survived Charles "Dale" Ostrander, 12, is making a miraculous recovery after a rip tide along the Washington coast sucked him underwater for approximately 20…

Quotables

Quotables

By The Editors

"Your policy has been one which I fully understand-I'm not second-guessing." Vice President Joe Biden, in China, responding on Aug. 21 to a question about…

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Space cadets If there is to be a Mars colony, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wants in. In August, the animal-rights group wrote an open…

Cleanup continued

Cleanup continued

By Jamie Dean

On the six-month anniversary of Japan's quake disaster, discipline carries through ongoing devastation

Notebook

Construction constricted

Construction constricted

By Timothy Lamer

Money | Rock-bottom mortgage rates cannot keep sales of new homes from falling to record lows

Raw honesty

Raw honesty

By Mark Bergin

Sports | Colorful UFC commissioner Dana White tells it like it is

Meth madness

Meth madness

By Susan Olasky

Lifestyle | Rural prosecutor finds a dangerous drug at the root of all kinds of crime

Handheld affections

Handheld affections

By Daniel James Devine

Technology | Christian blogger/pastor warns of iPhone idolatry

Bacteria bomb

Bacteria bomb

By Daniel James Devine

Science | Researchers may be finding a way to destroy a drug-resistant killer

Educated belief

Educated belief

By Tim Dalrymple

Religion | Study upends the crude stereotypes about the religiously observant

Trinity Church

Trinity Church

Houses of God | New York City

Culture

Powerful <em>Hour</em>

Powerful Hour

By Megan Basham

Television | New BBC America show offers an engrossing story of the birth of broadcast journalism

Hard times

Hard times

By Marvin Olasky

Books | Books remind us of history's forgotten lessons and give hope for times we despair

Notable Books

Notable Books | Four crime novels reviewed by Susan Olasky

Good business

Good business

By Marvin Olasky

Q&A | Christians have a mission to build, says Princeton's David Miller and we can do that in the working world

Tea Party Travis

Tea Party Travis

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Country superstar's new album is a family values anthology

Notable CDs

Notable CDs | Four noteworthy new CDs reviewed by Arsenio Orteza

<em>Spy Kids: All the Time in the World</em>

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

By Michael Leaser

Movies | Despite the bells and whistles, the film takes time to touch on familiar family challenges

<em>Sarah's Key</em>

Sarah's Key

By Alisa Harris

Movies | Film uncovers the buried history of Nazi-occupied France, when the French government arrested over 13,000 Jews

Attack the Block

Attack the Block

By Rebecca Cusey

Movies | This surprisingly delightful British film introduces aliens who land smack in the heart of South London's ghetto

Box Office Top 10

By The Editors

Movies | For the weekend of Aug. 19-21, according to Box Office Mojo

Columnists

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters from our readers

Closing in September

Closing in September

By Joel Belz

Is the United States on the downward road from A to Z?

The new greatest generation

The new greatest generation

By Mindy Belz

High-schoolers on 9/11, they are becoming a generation of redeemers

Where is our treasure?

Where is our treasure?

By Marvin Olasky

Worldly thinking on Social Security and retirement entices even Christians

Follow the leader

Follow the leader

By Andrée Seu

We all need trailblazers to show us how it's done and embolden us to try

Permanently offensive

Permanently offensive

By Janie B. Cheaney

Atheists opposed to 9/11 cross may understand it better than some of its defenders

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