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January 12, 1998Volume 42, Number 1
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Table of Contents
The state's voter-approved suicide law represents more than an extreme belief in personal autonomy.
How Christians are reshaping Castro's Communist stronghold.
Twenty-five years after Roe, and 37 million abortions later, we have to admit we are losing the fight.
What made "Roe" betray the pro-choice cause?
Answering the argument that all religions are more or less true.
Christian intellectual Vishal Mangalwadi explains why India's experiment in democracy has failed.
Todd Hunter seen as possible successor.
The typical television commercial is "a morality play for our time."
Sandi Patty Stages Comeback
Swift Growth Shapes Potter's House
(as selected by CT editors and writers)
The Apostle Shows Grit, Grace
Suit Challenges Religion Classes Credit
Born-again Christians Lead Norway
Pottery Shard Points to Temple
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Desire and Deliverance
Desire and Deliverance
Three new documentaries examine Christian faith, homosexuality, and the question of change.