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June 19 , 1995
Volume 39, Number 7
June 19
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Table of Contents
Seventy years of state atheism were not able to destroy the deep spiritual roots of our people, says Patriarch Aleksii II.
Christ's second coming is not just fodder for fanatics, but a nonnegotiable truth.
Golgotha is no place for a bunny.
A surging economy and a fiery Pentecostal movement have Peruvian evangelicals rethinking the way they do business-and religion.
A response to John Woodbridge's Culture War Casualties.
A response to James Dobson.
Militia extremists blend God and country into a potent mixture.
Top officials leave a troubled church-growth ministry
Church leaders set aside differences for evangelism
What evangelicals can glean from John Paul II.
You always were good at dirty tricks.
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