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November 20 , 1981
Volume 25, Number 20
November 20
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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:
  • A Church of Christ Renewal Movement Perplexes Many
  • Can Wealthy Christians Reach the Poor?
  • Editor's Note from November 20, 1981
  • Falling Flat on One’s Face
  • FILLER TITLE
  • The WCC Finances Violence to Combat Racism
  • The Wilderness Encounters with Divinity
  • Burnout: The Risk of Reaching Too High
  • What the Graying of America Means to the Local Church
  • Tangled Christian Telecommunications
  • Congregational Video a Viable Ministry
  • Bringing Back Cinema Serials: Christian Style
  • A Review of Recent Christmas Records
  • The Sacrifice of Praise
  • I Was a Fool, Said the Evolutionist, after Debating the Creationist
  • Just What Did Jesus Say about Divorce?
  • California Exempts Religious Diploma Mills from Crackdown
  • A Stout Stand for Israel
  • Rarity in the News: A TV Station Takes Religion Seriously
  • The Priest Who Came in from the Cold
  • Beset by Critics, Adventist Official Cites ‘Satanic Influence’
  • The Jehovah’s Witnesses Are a ‘Killer Cult,’ Says a Defector
  • Refiner’s Fire: Novels that Diagnose the Culture’s Pathology
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  • Hunger Pains after a Decade of Secularism
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