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CT's editor-at-large probes the feelings and aspirations of one of the nation's most colorful surgeons general, C. Everett Koop, who died yesterday. This article originally appeared in the November 3, 1989, issue of Christianity Today, shortly ...

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Scott Holmberg

February 27, 2013  8:39am

P.S. Hopefully someday CT will trust us to insert our own paragraphs.

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Scott Holmberg

February 27, 2013  8:37am

The FLOOD of reprints, along with the LACK OF AN OBIT(in addition to the misdating of the reprints-an unnecessary glitch?), seem like a lost opportunity even if a [great]one is forthcoming). Were I editor, I might have proffered an immediate obit and let the reprints and the longer one come out over the next few days. Properly, there ought to be an immediate outpouring of commentary in the hundreds, on this site above all!!, in tribute or in controversy; to his passing. Dr. Koop serves as a picture of a modern prophet and the best(?) model of Henry and Graham's Evangelicalism that we have or could hope to have. I feel his loss, like I will feel Billy's, deeply. Such God-honoring convictions...

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