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January 6, 1997Volume 41, Number 1
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Table of Contents
A Doctor Healed by Children
When the media seized on John Paul II's statement, they not only missed his main point, they missed a wider story.
An evangelical explores the ancient and alien world of the Eastern church.
How to anticipate and avoid lawsuits in an age of litigation overkill.
To my surprise, the PBS series showed me how I'd underestimated Scripture.
Hundreds of Seattle-area youth are trashing sin and winning their peers.
Two schools of thought are vying to determine how the church shouldengage society.
New reproductive technologies raise difficult moral issues.
President Clinton and Republican-dominated Congress face fresh struggles over family-values agenda.
Will Willow Creek's model float in Germany?
Intelligent-design' movement gathers strength.
When I visit prisons where floors are shiny, morale is noticeably higher.
How the medical community is discovering the healing power of prayer.
How the medical community is discovering the healing power of prayer.
How the medical community is discovering the healing power of prayer.
Will Gambling Study Be Biased?
Top Evangelical Addresses NCC
(As selected by 10 CT editors and news writers)
Christian Leaders Target Cyberporn
Persecution Panel Appointed
Aid Groups Caught in Ethnic Clashes
Indigenous Agencies May Unify Efforts
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