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December 9, 1996Volume 40, Number 14
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Table of Contents
Yes, the judiciary is usurping the powers of the people, but talk of revolution is alarmist.
Bread for my neighbor is a spiritual concern.
The highly effective (and visible) ministry of England's Evangelical Alliance.
How an infant in a cow shed overturns the brute force of Caesar.
The hidden trauma of men and abortion and what the church can do about it.
For 50 years, the unconventional Spiros Zodhiates has built amg into a worldwide evangelistic, relief, and publishing venture.
Jim Bakker's memoir leaves some important questions unanswered.
"A ninth-century Irish monk travels to Byzantium and beyond in this rousing historical novel by the author of the best-selling Pendragon Cycle."
An alternative to the willful amnesia of modern theology.
A librarians' guide to the most influential books of the century.
"Pastor, chancellor, and self-proclaimed prophet is staging a comeback to secure his standing as a leading evangelical."
Darwin's theories still deeply divide Christians.
A better symbol of the Incarnation, I can hardly imagine.
Why spending less and turning off TV should be part of the church's mission to the world.
Why spending less and turning off TV should be part of the church's mission to the world.
When Lesslie Newbigin returned to the West after 35 years in India, he found his native England had become a foreign mission field.
When Lesslie Newbigin returned to the West after 35 years in India, he found his native England had become a foreign mission field.
Lutherans, Episcopalians Talk Unity
Worldwide Faith News Goes Online
Voters Reject Betting Measures
Few Rank Jesus' Birth Top Holiday Focus
World Relief Staffers Murdered
First English Translation Published
Bethlehem Bible College Buys Land
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