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December 7, 1998Volume 42, Number 14
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Table of Contents
Republicans, Religious Right Stunned by Voter Rebuke
Heroic Ministry Efforts Calm Post-Civil War Tensions
Nonprofits Tap New Donors with Internet Fundraising
Homeless Overwhelm Shelters
Graham Journeys to Cyberspace
We might be ready for the Rapture, but are we prepared for babies engineered for perfection?
Human nature being what it is, we can too easily cross the line between hating the sin and hating the sinner.
He fights for religious liberty, defends the civil rights of homosexuals, and funded Paula Jones's case against the President—the enigmatic John Wayne Whitehead.
Conservatives won the welfare debate. Are churches stepping up to the challenge?
How far should Christian couples go in the quest for a child of their own?
Why we find a multitude of ways to avoid telling painful truth.
Back on the streets, this fallen televangelist is preaching good news to the poor and predicting an asteroid-studded Second Coming.
DreamWorks has a fresh idea for avoiding the wrath of the religious community. They are working with us.
Searching for the historical Jesus and finding oneself instead.
Her book club's selections' recurring theme: Sufferers who save themselves.
The Old Testament should come with a warning: Don't read Exodus without also reading Deuteronomy.
Did Somebody Say $80 Million?
Technology Aids Food Ministry's Growth
Same-Sex Ceremony Leads to Charge
Perkins Keeps Son's Ministry Alive
Seminary Faculty Must Sign Pledge
Child Online Protection Act Challenged
In Brief
Islamic Law Proposal Raises Tensions
Relief Hindered by Devastation
Evangelicals Seek to Refocus WCC
Missionary Expulsions Demanded
In Brief
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The Softer Face of Calvinism
The Softer Face of Calvinism
Reformed theology is more irenic and diverse than you think, says theologian Oliver Crisp.