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March 3, 1997Volume 41, Number 3
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Table of Contents
Midwives of Francis Schaeffer
In the debate over physician-assisted suicide, is anyone listening to the soft voices of the dying and infirm?
A pilgrim's tale of two tombs.
My quest for immortality and lasting significance reflects the fact that God has put eternity in the human heart.
Reconciling faith with catastrophic loss.
Almost all you want to know about religious broadcasting
Indonesia's Christian minority faces beatings, burnings, and death.
But unlike the bubbly Toronto Blessing, repentance is foremost at this revival.
The frail, South Vietnamese woman spoke words of forgiveness and reconciliation.
Thirteen years after his death, Schaeffer's vision and frustrations continue to haunt evangelicalism.
Thirteen years after his death, Schaeffer's vision and frustrations continue to haunt evangelicalism.
To urban expert Ray Bakke, cities are the laboratory of God's mission in the world, not a problem to be solved.
To urban expert Ray Bakke, cities are the laboratory of God's mission in the world, not a problem to be solved.
A well-told story of a small redemption.
Evangelicals Join in Inaugural Events
Promise Keeper Counterparts Burgeon
National survey of family physicians on spirituality and healing
Confederate Flag Flap Divides Pastors
Tilton's Church to Retain Assets
Excavations Continue Despite Cutbacks
Youth Churches Growing Rapidly
Party's Ouster of Scientologists Decried
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