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May 19, 1997Volume 41, Number 6
May 19
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Table of Contents
Heaven's Gate forces us to ask if it's "stupid" to die for our beliefs.
The poor and the weak should not have to starve due to the policies of their government.
Sometimes it isn't.
The first casualty of the culture wars is not truth.
In leaning over to speak to the modern world, I fear we may have fallen in.
The legal theorist and Supreme Court nominee makes a case for censorship.
"We do children a favor when we recognize how sinful they are."
Help for going short and deep.
Black and white leaders discover the power of two.
NBEA, NAE move slowly to heal racial rifts.
Churches discover old rules apply to new technologies.
Clearly, Jesus did not come to solve "the problem of pain" while on earth.
American Christians are the nation's most generous givers, but we aren't exactly sacrificing.
American Christians are the nation's most generous givers, but we aren't exactly sacrificing.
How the developing world is changing the face of Christianity.
How the developing world is changing the face of Christianity.
Palau Crusade Last in Hong Kong?
Watch Your Vegetables, Johnny
Jesus' Offensive for Miami Paper
Clinic Contests $1 Million Judgment
Religious Leaders Blast Recording
Hope '97 Tour Draws Protesters
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