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March 15 1985, 1985
Volume 29, Number 5
March 15
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J. S. Bach: God’s Master Musician
He expressed a profound theology in music better than anyone has ever done.
The Challenge of True Brotherhood
These Anabaptist Christians are less concerned with changing socie ty than seeking the lowest place.
Extra-Curricular Activities
Is the NEA forfeiting classroom excellence for its own political agenda?
“We Are Turning the Public Schools Around”
An interview with NEA president Mary Futrell.
Crowded Classrooms
Special emphases and upgraded recruitment portend growth for Christian colleges.
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