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April 28 , 1997
Volume 41, Number 5
April 28
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Table of Contents
In the flurry of scientific boundary breaking, let's remember that humans are not sheep.
How conservative Christians scrapped, wheedled, and bargained for their place at the table.
An interview with William Martin.
What is stimulating the renewed interest in what many consider the most enigmatic Christian doctrine?
What it means to follow the crucified Christ in the midst of ethnic and racial conflict.
Ten resources Christians need for understanding today's world.
How Ron Sider has changed in the 20 years since his first book.
Municipalities and neighbors are increasingly resistant to church construction and expansion.
Recent Supreme Court decisions have short-circuited the democratic process.
How biochemist Michael Behe uses a mousetrap to challenge evolutionary theory.
Catholic Influence Questioned
High Court Pops Floating Bubble Zones
Promise Keepers Gathers Black Leaders
Operation Blessing Employees Take Off
Trust Funds Audited Amid Complaint
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