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April 26 , 1999
Volume 43, Number 5
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Table of Contents
Accusations include fraud, money laundering.
Parents may want a safe haven, but these schools have a higher purpose.
A Christian Science upbringing. A shameful wartime act.
The tangled web of science and religion.
What Christians can learn from Jews about the Bible's first book.
What the funeral industry doesn't want you to know.
Passing on the faith to those raised on Star Wars spirituality.
Despite a Catholic bishop's protest suicide in 1998, Christians hold little hope for repeal of blasphemy law.
The same week Ron confessed, Mrs. Washington felt an overwhelming conviction to forgive the man who had murdered her daughter.
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