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October 24, 1994Volume 38, Number 12
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Table of Contents
Although abortion was dealt a setback at the UN population conference, post-Christian values are gaining worldwide.
Life indeed goes on, even when grown men in knickers take their gloves and go home.
Naturalism has become the civil religion of our universities. A game plan for Christian response
Michael Novak's theology of liberation
What we can learn from the Righteous Gentiles of the Holocaust.
Celebrating the five-hundredth birthday of William Tyndale, the father of the English Bible.
Crisis of credibility forces change.
Airport Vineyard's "Blessing" draws Toronto charismatic crowds.
Evangelicals are leery of religious education proposal.
Football star tackles nontraditional investment.
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