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April 5, 1999Volume 43, Number 4
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Table of Contents
It's hard to fast, and even harder to do it for the right reasons.
Why more and more Christians are fasting for revival.
Outsider artists interpret the cross.
Celebration of Jesus' resurrection is more than being glad about the return of spring.
Franklin Graham has been groomed to wear his father's mantle. How does it fit?
Though she eschews the title, even her father says that daughter Anne Graham Lotz is the best preacher in the family.
A PBS documentary asks what the Truth and Reconciliation Commission achieved.
When I debate defenders of homosexuality, I am often accused of being exclusive in a way that Jesus wasn't.
As Jesus' life was a divine person's totally human life, so his dying was a divine person's totally human death.
Three "Best Picture" nominations ask why we fight.
What children really learn in Sunday school.
We need more than a just watchmaker who winds up the universe and lets it tick.
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