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August 1, 1995Volume 39, Number 9
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Table of Contents
Words, words, words . . .
Larry Crabb thinks therapy belongs back in the churches
A Tenuous Victory for Religious Freedom
The Beijing platform downplays the family, while exalting the autonomous individual.
How Mary and Martha coped with life's toughest blow.
Can a pill do what the Holy Spirit could not?
Poisonous fruit
Cornelius Plantinga goes toe to toe with sin
A fresh look at the stories of 30 women of the Bible.
Where the therapeutic and spiritual journeys meet.
A Matter of Life and Death
Racist No More? Black Leaders Ask
Christians Ambivalent About Normalization
Beijing's Bewildering Agenda
Ministries Pursue Disputed Funds
Clinton: Room for Religion in Nation's Schools
Largest Seminary Almost Goes Under
High Court Mandates Equal Treatment For Religion
We would be deluding ourselves if we thought that evangelical thinking in our day has progressed very far.
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.