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May 4 , 1979
Volume 23, Number 15
May 4
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Table of Contents
The CT Archives are a rich treasure of biblical wisdom and insight from our past. Some things we would say differently today, and some stances we've changed. But overall, we're amazed at how relevant so much of this content is. We trust that you'll find it a helpful resource. - Mark Galli, editor-in-chief
Also in this Issue:
  • Bakker Turns in His Apron after the PTL Cake Falls
  • Britain: A Union with a Difference
  • Continuing Education: Overseas RNs Deflect Threat to Their ‘R’s
  • Deaths
  • Editor's Note from May 04, 1979
  • HEW Ethics Advisory Board: Panel Tests ‘Test Tube Baby’ Testing
  • Islam in Africa Project: Taking the Offensive Unoffensively
  • Latter-Day Saints: Packaging Mormonism in Digestible Form
  • NAE Affiliates: End of Term for Two Education Agencies
  • Religion in the Public Schools: Prayer Comeback Bid Hasn’t Got a Prayer
  • Riddle
  • The Church during and after the Amin Regime
  • Three Mile Island
  • Circling the Sermon
  • Resurging Islamic Orthodoxy
  • Singing from the Soul: Our Afro-American Heritage: Breaking the Fetters of Formality
  • Does the Music Make Them Do It?: A Problem of Association
  • Lessons from the Camps: Isolating the Human Spirit: The Indelibly Divine Image
  • Bibliomania: Eight Ways to Avoid It: A Lover of Books Is Never Alone
  • Reclaiming the Biblical Doctrine of Work
  • FILLER TITLE
  • Broadcasting’s Fairness Doctrine: How to Call Sin Sin Noncontroversially
  • Episcopallians: Homosexuality Is Not for Virtue
  • News from the North American Scene: May 04, 1979
  • Splintering of the Reformed Stereotype
  • World Scene: May 04, 1979
  • More than a Matter of Labels
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