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October 7, 1996Volume 40, Number 11
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Table of Contents
Like everything else in our culture, the political process has been turned into a consumer commodity.
A Christian response to the triumph of consumerism.
A forum on the limits of politics and a search for common ground.
What Christians could learn from Menno Simons and how he rescued the Anabaptist movement.
Two responses to R. C. Sproul's critical assessment of the ecumenical document "Evangelicals and Catholics Together."
A fable for our times
Max De Pree marvels at the frailty-and wonder-of his granddaughter's life.
Notes for a Trinitarian psychology
Counterpunch Morality: How columnist John Leo challenges the moral assumptions of the cultured elite.
Will evangelicals tip the scales in the presidential race?
New Cases Test Limits of Religious Freedom
Christian alternative bands look for a home.
Muslim Convert Hussein Flees Kuwait for United States
Evangelicals Weary of Religious 'Cult' Label
Christians Retrace Crusaders' Steps
We have no mandate to "Christianize" the United States.
CBS Sends Mixed Signals, Critics Say
RCA Rebukes Pastor, Church
Leading Church Leaves Association
Leader Dismissed Over Book Profits
Do Photos Evidence Lost Edenic River?
Overseas Justice Ministry Launched
First Woman, Layperson Elected Chair
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The Softer Face of Calvinism
The Softer Face of Calvinism
Reformed theology is more irenic and diverse than you think, says theologian Oliver Crisp.