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March 1, 1999Volume 43, Number 3
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Table of Contents
Greater Ministries found in contempt of court.
Prison ministers embrace 'restorative justice' methods.
The freedom to choose religious belief is under assault globally.
James Dobson's influence, already huge, is growing. Can he keep his focus?
How one woman dramatically changed the teen pregnancy rate in Rhea County, Tennessee.
After a missionary and his two sons are martyred, Christians in India press for greater religious freedom.
How Michael Horowitz awakened Americans to the plight of the persecuted.
Breaking the cycle of missions dependency.
We are right to criticize radical feminist scholars—and wrong to ignore them.
In some baptistic circles, the age for baptism has steadily declined so that many churches are practicing "toddler baptism.
The Rolling Stone of Christian magazines turns 20.
We still have much to learn from the experience of Christians under communism.
An adopted Jew finds his home in the Torah.
Louise Cowan tells how she lost her childhood faith while in university religion courses—only to regain it in literature courses.
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Eugene Cho wonders whether we're willing to go beyond paying lip service to social change.