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February 3, 1997Volume 41, Number 2
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Table of Contents
THIS IS NOT YOUR FATHER'S WORSHIP SERVICE.
Ann Snowberger Bieber found God by painting the darkness she saw around herself-and inside herself.
Will My Children Be in Heaven?
After Proposition 209, affirmative action may be at a dead end politically. How should Christians respond?
If God does not grieve, then can he love at all? An argument for God's emotions.
And why we need to experience them.
We try too hard to convince people that Christianity is true without first convincing them that it might be true.
The next step for racial reconciliation will be harder.
Habitat for Humanity goes low-tech with big results.
A pilgrim's journey into Orthodoxy.
A treasury of ethical capital for men and women in the world of business.
The search for the historical Lewis.
As economic development initiatives sweep the country, some evangelical churches are showing the way.
Examples of Christians who dispense grace.
These "millennial" teenagers are forcing the church to rethink youth ministry.
These "millennial" teenagers are forcing the church to rethink youth ministry.
These "millennial" teenagers are forcing the church to rethink youth ministry.
In fighting the culture wars, has the church forgotten its central message?
In fighting the culture wars, has the church forgotten its central message?
Liberty University Placed on Probation
Churches Tune Out Ecumenical Duet
Creationism Museum Stalled
Funds Missing Along with O'Hair
Silent Scream's Nathanson Baptized
Politicians Seek Input from Christians
Evangelical Church Marks Centennial
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Andy Crouch: Corporate Faith After the Hobby Lobby Decision
Life Together, Again
After Hobby Lobby, vibrant corporate life is needed more than ever.