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July 18, 1994Volume 38, Number 8
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Table of Contents
Christian education is not secular education plus chapel.
Fame, wheather in religious or non-religious circles, always comes with a high price tag.
Why Christian scholars don't trust laypeople, and what can be done to make the relationship better
Before Jerry Falwell and Jesse Jackson, another preacher ventured into the public square.
Why Canadian evangelicals thrive in a culture often indifferent to religious faith.
Viable solutions to violent crime emerge when people take the risk of personal involvement.
PCUSA says conference pushed 'beyond the boundries.'
From 1994: The APA'S board of trustees endorsed a proposed resolution disapproving treatment based on "a psychiatrist's intent to change a person's sexual orientation."
Bill Hybels answers critics of the seeker-church movement.
Bill Hybels answers critics of the seeker-church movement.
After Fire Kills 40 Orphans, Guatemala Finally Listens to Evangelicals
After 40 Girls Die in Orphanage Fire, Guatemala Asks Evangelicals for Advice
Tragedy becomes impetus for reforms sought by Christian experts.