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June 16, 1997Volume 41, Number 7
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Table of Contents
It Takes a Villain
Christian volunteerism needs to be directed toward the deepest hurts.
Exploring Jesus' radical method of restoration.
Bernice King talks about her father's death, her call to ministry, and what the church still needs to do about racism.
More than a tale with a moral.
Bible society cancels plans for 'gender-accurate' Bible after public outcry.
Rose Bowl renewal draws 30,000 women.
If we don't catch all defective babies before birth, some doctors have recommended letting them die after birth.
Some support physician-assisted suicide out of fear of a lonely, pain-filled death. Here are four professionals who are making the dying a part of the church's ministry.
Some support physician-assisted suicide out of fear of a lonely, pain-filled death. Here are four professionals who are making the dying a part of the church's ministry.
Some support physician-assisted suicide out of fear of a lonely, pain-filled death. Here are four professionals who are making the dying a part of the church's ministry.
Christian Coalition Expands Agenda
New Group Supports Parents, Friends
Worldwide Church of God Joins NAE
Military Chaplains Win Speech Case
Ministry Retrains 'Exited' Pastors
Missionaries Return as Crisis Eases
Soviets Give Bible Translator Award
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