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September 12, 1994Volume 38, Number 10
September 12
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Table of Contents
Dying modernity is into spirituality. What does this trend portend?
Raised in a world of MTV, AIDS, and a trillion-dollar debt, Generation X is making new demands on the church
Women are choosing to leave the workforce in increasing numbers. What does this mean for the church?
The uneasy conscience of a noncharismatic evangelical.
Classic and contemporary excerpts
This summer's trial of Robert and Carleen Thomas was more than a routine bust of a dirtybooks distributor.
In Guyana, helping people cope has become a driving passion.
The holy war, or jihad, in the southern Philippines is getting ugly.
Academic disciplines meet at C S. Lewis conference
ill Quetzalcoatl statue violate Establishment Clause?
The holy war, or jihad, in the southern Philippines is getting ugly.
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