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June 15, 1998Volume 42, Number 7
June 15
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Table of Contents
Recovery evangelism is used to spread the gospel to Native Americans at a joint Graham festival.
Bishops reject call for a special session, but protests lead to removal of minister Creech.
How to resist a society that pulls parents in every direction but home.
How Calvin DeWitt is helping Dunn, Wisconsin, reflect the glory of God's good creation.
What Bible heroes can teach us about scandals.
Responding to the main criticism Catholics have against evangelicals: that we have no doctrine of the church.
He will cover you with his pinions, and under his wings you will find refuge. (Ps. 91:4, NRSV)
Straight talk from Bob Seiple on myopic Americans and the new realities facing international development.
"Jesus said, 'Damn the Pharisees, for they are like a dog sleeping in the cattle manger, for it neither eats nor [lets] the cattle eat.' —Gospel of Thomas
Christians practiced neither abortion nor infanticide and thus attracted women.
Rediscovering the Geneva Reformer in his long-lost catechism.
Lewis predicted a time when those who want to remold human nature "will be armed with the powers of an omnicompetent state.
Homosexual Job-Protection Bill Back
Smut Tax Raises Questions, but Not Revenue
210 Groups Join Outreach Campaign
Student Banned from Tournament
Pakistani Bishop's Death Sparks Riots
Is Millennium's Meaning Missing?
Centennial of Protestantism Marked
Virgin in a Condom Provokes Outcry
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You Need a More Ordinary Jesus
You Need a More Ordinary Jesus
We are united with a Christ who seems not to have done much of note for most of his life.