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October 2, 1995Volume 39, Number 11
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Table of Contents
Christians need surer mechanisms of accountability.
The post-Armstrong Worldwide Church of God's commendable journey of faith.
How do we live under the shadow of 'the end'?
How jungle missionaries stay one step ahead of terrorists, drug traffickers, oil men, and rock 'n' roll.
The power of words can edify or mortify. A word aptly spoken gives life.
Leaders from Egypt, Lebanon, and Palestine speak about the church's mission in a troubled region.
William Buckley's advice for Christian activists.
Kung's one, true (but less than Christian) religion.
Twenty-eight women writers-novelists, poets, essayists, and scholars-respond imaginatively to the Hebrew Bible.
Mother Angelica is an improbable television superstar in a male-dominated industry and male-dominated church.
Christians view secular careers as a means of influence
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.