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May 20, 1996Volume 40, Number 6
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Table of Contents
Michael Card and Steve Taylor wonder what the industry won't do for money.
The church's energy should be spent in redeeming the lost, not in rallying against them.
Leaders of contemporary Christian music are worried about the meaning of their success.
Nashville pastor Scotty Smith on the lures, hurdles, and safeguards for Christian artists.
What begins as a right can soon become an obligation.
Why Yale's postliberal theologians deserve an evangelical hearing.
Tuvya Zaretsky argues that only Y'shua has the credentials to bring peace to the Middle East.
Donald Bloesch delivers a Bible-anchored theology for the whole church.
How to make your life a good read.
Will Christianity's oldest church survive the peace process?
Worshipers, families separated at Easter.
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