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May 15 , 1995
Volume 39, Number 6
May 15
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Table of Contents
Rebuilding commitment in a culture of divorce.
Our belief in a Creator, not crisis scenarios, drives our environmental concerns
The SBC's valiant efforts to overcome its racist past.
Preserving a rich theological heritage.
Evangelicals work toward expanding opportunities for minorities, while avoiding affirmative-action pitfalls.
While recent revival winds have blown mostly on student populations, in the Canadian province of Ontario a different kind of activity is ongoing in a distinctly older congregation.
Move over, Amy Grant. Watch out, BeBe and CeCe Winans. Make way, Michael W. Smith. A handful of popular contemporary Christian recording artists are ready to join you in the pop music spotlight.
Impact International uses African tribal heritage to spawn new forms of worship.
Where mainline Protestantism went wrong.
The Nazis had a public-relations problem
The whole experience of watching other students, asking questions, and eating cafeteria food definitely makes a lasting impression
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