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September 2 1983, 1983
Volume 27, Number 13
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Also in this Issue:
  • Eutychus and His Kin: September 2, 1983
  • The Bob Jones Decision: A Dangerous Precedent
  • Schooling at Mother’s Knee: Can It Complete?
  • “What Book Has Influenced You Most?”
  • Billy Graham on What He Does Best
  • Baptistification Takes Over
  • Seeing Christianity in Red & Green as Well as Black & White
  • By the Way: We Are Honored
  • How to Be an Evangelist
  • Guatemala’s Evangelical President Is Overthrown
  • A Golf Pro’s Commitment to God
  • Is the Antichrist in the World Today?
  • The Great Commission in a Tense World
  • Martin Luther Is Outdrawing Karl Marx in East Germany
  • Book Briefs: September 2, 1983
  • Is It Right to Read the New Testament into the Old?
  • Refiner’s Fire: Christian Music’s Unsung Hero
  • Review of 'Zelig'
  • Is the Midlife Crisis a Phony?
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