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June 17 , 1983
Volume 27, Number 10
June 17
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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 Federal Judge Rules that Free Speech Includes Discussing God at School
  • A Worldwide Conference of Evangelists
  • Catholic Bishops Say “No” to Nuclear Arms
  • How to Pray for (and against) Leaders in Government
  • Mobile: Where Prayer in Public Schools Comes Naturally
  • More Collegians Turn to Religion
  • NCC Leaders Consider a Gay Denomination for Membership
  • President Reagan’s ‘Year of the Bible’ Draws a Lawsuit
  • Some Very Influential People Are Convinced to Focus on the Family
  • Eutychus and His Kin: June 17, 1983
  • A New Solution to the Crisis in Our Prisons
  • Did America’s Founding Fathers Really Stand on the Word of God?
  • Public Aid to Private Schools: Caesar Rendering to God?
  • By the Way: Passing the Blame
  • Falwell at Harvard: Hisses and Jeers, and Even a Few ‘Amens’
  • President Reagan Authors Antiabortion Article
  • A Man Who Trained Leaders
  • At Leighton Ford’s Crusade, the Face in the Crowd Was His Father’s
  • Refiner’s Fire: Enigma of Faith in the Old South
  • Review of 'King of Comedy'
  • Book Briefs: June 17, 1983
  • Numbers: The If and the How
  • Obeying God under Communist Rule
  • Three Big Questions
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?
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