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July 12, 1999Volume 43, Number 8
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Table of Contents
The Christian & Missionary Alliance apologizes to adults abused as missionary kids in Africa.
Will racial reconciliation move beyond amnesty for those who admitted their errors?
Columbus, Ohio, Christians fight community decay with a friendly recreation area and Bible studies.
Sports stars, Graham put grit in the gospel.
Research on human embryos holds great promise, but at what price?
How guitars beat out the organ in the worship wars.
The praise and worship music industry has changed the way the church sings.
Our classic hymns reveal evangelicalism at its best.
Will the Episcopal Church survive the fight over homosexuality?
Gender-based ministries may be effective, but are they biblical?
Refugees from around the world are knocking on our door.
The secret to why we are not fulfilled.
It is not the form of the Scriptures or the sequence of its letters that conveys its truth, but rather the content of the book.
Jan Karon's latest Mitford installment changes locales to talk about living where you're at.
The frustrated Episcopalian is not a frustrated evangelist.
Robert Farrar Capon rightly mocks Christians who conceive of the persons of the Trinity as players on the sidelines taking turns at substitution.
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