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August 9, 1999Volume 43, Number 9
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Table of Contents
Lawyers and investigators at the International Justice Mission have learned that sharing the gospel means going into the heart of darkness.
Recovering biblical literacy in the church.
Biblical preaching in a post-Christian culture.
Why we shouldn't call the Old Testament the 'Hebrew Scriptures.'
Motus O uses the human body to reveal the soul.
God and the Devil in the summer blockbusters.
The Littleton killers were mirroring in grotesque action what the adult culture advocates in abstract concepts.
Michael Maudlin, Managing Editor
Homosexual ordination under study until 2001.
Family-friendly network faces survival test.
Candidate testimonies must move beyond piety to policy.
Americans are becoming instant abolitionists. But is the movement backfiring?
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