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July 14, 1997Volume 41, Number 8
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Table of Contents
Accusing the Brothers (and Sisters)
Is the best remedy for racism visible black achievement?
The Christian's ultimate loyalty is a threat to any authoritarian regime.
When we segregate people according to age or marital status, we miss the true meaning of church.
To Kathy Thibodeaux, 'Christian ballet' is not an oxymoron.
In retirement, John Wimber reflects on what he learned from building the Vineyard.
Eugene Peterson calls pastors to return to the hard work of making saints.
New Testament scholar Richard Hays argues that you can't understand God's Word without living God's way.
The most multiculturally literate Americans? Missionarykids.
The IRS denies that ministries and nonprofits are unfairly targeted.
by Chris Slone in Virginia Beach
Focus on the Family yanks children's Bible; NIV translator loses seminary job.
The Apollo missions, the greatest technological achievement of our species, gave the first real glimpse of our puny place in the universe.
Evangelicalism's power couple closes in on their radicalmission.
Evangelicalism's power couple closes in on their radicalmission.
Evangelicalism's power couple closes in on their radicalmission.
After I stopped hating good looks, I was able to put beauty inits rightful place.
After I stopped hating good looks, I was able to put beauty inits rightful place.
Muslims Annex Disputed Rooms
Pro-life Legislation Makes Strides
Charities Win Property Tax Case
Black Leader Proctor Dies
Istook Amendment Foes Switch Sides
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Bless This Tackle? Not a Prayer
Bless This Tackle? Not a Prayer
Christians’ misguided fight for football devotions isn’t working.