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December 8, 1997Volume 41, Number 14
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Table of Contents
Why the pope shouldn't give Mary that which belongs to herSon.
Law professor Phillip Johnson wants to overturn the scientific establishment's "creation myth."
How shall we reconcile the glorious birth of the Savior with the bloody deaths of the boys of Bethlehem?
Billy Graham's challenge for the third millennium.
Our Christmas celebrations try to hide the nakedness of the Incarnation.
"The Gift of Salvation" A remarkable statement on what we mean by the gospel.
In Lebanon, uprooted Christians are resettling their villages and forgiving their neighbors.
Amy Grant's latest album has thrown the Contemporary Christian Music industry into a first-rate identity crisis.
"How a defeated movement went on to prosper while its alleged conquerors withered."
How to discern the truth when popular advocates of competing perspectives on science indulge in a little showmanship.
In the wake of Cambodia's coup, Christians persevere in supporting local churches, relief programs.
Elijah stands for what I want in a God: someone to offer an escape route around life's messiest problems.
Homosexual Rights Initiative Fails
Song Opposing Homosexuality Draws Protests
Baptist Megachurch Faces Sex Suit
El Nino Causes Severe Food Shortages
Aboriginals, Whites Seek Reconciliation
From Kuyper to Keller: Why Princeton’s Prize Controversy Is So Ironic
From Kuyper to Keller: Why Princeton’s Prize Controversy Is So Ironic
Former winner explains how the seminary honor that once brought the Reformed community together is now splitting it.