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October 6, 1997Volume 41, Number 11
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Table of Contents
Though often embattled and dysfunctional, the church is still where God chooses to meet us.
New successes represent a new approach
A plea for healthy disagreements.
An expert on the Devil writes a history of the celestial city.
Three fresh looks at the Lord's Prayer.
The man in the gray flannel robe.
From Gettysburg to Joan of Arc, filmmaker Ronald Maxwell produces movies that leave audiences pondering deeper issues.
In worship, choruses are beating-out traditional hymns; but the organ plays on.
It's hard to share your body when your heart keeps getting in the way.
The Constitution does not give the Supreme Court final say on constitutional questions.
Why so many are rediscovering worship in other traditions.
Why so many are rediscovering worship in other traditions.
"The Spirit unites, but the American church divides. A field guide for discerning how to handle Christian controversy."
Fifty years after the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, evangelical scholars are using them to demonstrate the reliability of the Scriptures.
Fifty years after the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, evangelical scholars are using them to demonstrate the reliability of the Scriptures.
Fifty years after the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, evangelical scholars are using them to demonstrate the reliability of the Scriptures.
The church needs welfare reform every bit as much as the government did.
The church needs welfare reform every bit as much as the government did.
Northern Ireland takes a 'leap of faith' toward peace.
Northern Ireland takes a 'leap of faith' toward peace.
Disney Boycott Gathers Steam
New Headquarters Under Construction
U.S. Lifts Travel Ban to Lebanon
Artists Achieve Secular Chart Success
Assemblies Retain Ordination Ban
Charges Against Jailed Pastor Dropped
Greeks Face Proselytism Court Test
CBN Inaugurates Satellite Broadcasts
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