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November 17, 1997Volume 41, Number 13
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Table of Contents
The new law restricting religion is part of Russia'sstruggle to redefine itself.
It's clear that men and women need each other. You would almost think someone planned it that way.
Has postmodernism penetrated the world of country-and-western music?
Barbara Dafoe Whitehead confronts our postmarriage culture.
Irish Christian band Iona defies trends, transcends tradition.
How to give media-saturated college students a Christian world-view.
Assessing a Mormon-evangelical dialogue.
William Buckley's autobiography of faith.
Classic and contemporary excerpts.
Promise Keepers draws a bead on the 'giants' of racism, family breakdown, and church disunity.
Colleges pursue a competitive edge via the Internet.
by Neil Sanderson in Auckland, New Zealand
Latin Americans begin to master mass media as a way to reach out with the gospel.
Congregations rebuild after Satanist arsons.
How are Americans to write their moral convictions into law if the courts strike those laws down?
Producers Rediscover Religious Themes
Media Follow-Up Campaign Effective
Churches Wrap Up Persecution Focus
WWJD Products Inspire Thousands
Voters End Church-Run State Schools
Venezuela Restricts Unification Church
Missionary Murdered During Robbery
An Inside Look at China’s Remarkable Religious Resurgence
An Inside Look at China’s Remarkable Religious Resurgence
Journalist Ian Johnson sees faith on the rise where it was once ruthlessly suppressed.