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February 4 , 1983
Volume 27, Number 3
February 4
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Table of Contents 1983
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 Huge Crowd for an Alliance Celebration in West Africa
  • Church Giving Rose Faster than Inflation in 1981
  • Congress Directs More Aid to ‘Absolute’ Poor
  • Indian Guru Rajneesh Ordered to Leave U.S.
  • New Problems in Congress for the Antiabortionists
  • The Strange Case of Steven Linscott
  • Eutychus and His Kin: February 4, 1983
  • Review of 'Gandhi'
  • Documenting the Dramatic Shift in Seminaries from Liberal to Conservative
  • An Evangelical Chair at Harvard?
  • Why Does Harvard Want an Evangelical Connection?
  • By the Way: Remember Your Position
  • Where Capitalism and Christianity Meet
  • Impoverished Wealth, Affluent Poverty, or Economic Wisdom?: Three Economists Look at Gilder’s Views
  • Time to Cry Enough!
  • Astrology’s Rising Star
  • Taking a Stand When Law and Justice Conflict
  • Two Christian Women in the Reagan Administration
  • Refiner’s Fire: The Forgotten Olav Hartman
  • Should We Live like the Amish?
  • McLuhan’s Global Village Is Now a Ghost Town
  • God Gave Me a Song: Copyright Restrictions Took It Away
  • Compassion: A Common Good
  • The Midnight Church
Baptists and Catholics Helped Save Thousands of Florida Marriages
How Baptists and Catholics Together Helped Save Thousands of Florida Marriages
A faith-based marriage campaign in Jacksonville appears to have driven divorce rates down. Can the model be replicated?