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October 4, 1999Volume 43, Number 11
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Table of Contents
COLOMBIA
Michael G. Maudlin, Managing Editor
Lutherans, Episcopalians aspire to full communion, but differences remain over role of bishops.
After three troubled years, Archbishop Spyridon resigns.
Christian women lead girls out of sexual bondage.
Fear and idolatry are our real gun problem.
Columbine and the stirring of America's soul.
How the Bernalls helped Cassie break with old friends and build a new life.
We evangelicals have made a too-easy peace with the inroads of consumer culture.
Just Saying 'No' Is Not Enough
The Incredibly Shrinking Gay Gene
His controversial mission to interpret pop culture for cranky Christians.
Jamaica's fractured fellowship is on the mend.
The surprising story of how one Nazi regime ended the war with more Jews than it had before.
Why giving is often better than going.
A growing movement of Christian tattooists is leaving its mark on both body and soul.
It's great music, but its portrayal of Christian hypocrisy will make you wince.
Dispelling myths about one of the greatest thinkers of the ancient world.
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