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January 9, 1995Volume 39, Number 1
January 9
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Table of Contents
How a white, suburban mother helped transform an inner-city black community.
Politicians think evangelicals want to force religion on others; we simply want the freedom to live by our faith.
For 14 years, Chaplain Richard Halverson has been conscience and confessor to our nation's lawmakers.
A forum on free-will theism, a new paradigm for understanding God.
Human rights concerns bring missionaries, anthropologists together.
The battle over the nation's first physician-assisted suicide law has moved from the ballot box to the courtroom.
Koinonia community struggles to overcome debts
If we can answer this one question, we can solve the crime problem.
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