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November 8 1985, 1985
Volume 29, Number 16
November 8
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In Earch of Heroes
Carl Rogers’s Quiet Revolution: Therapy for the Masses
This quiet Midwesterner is out to make a "new creation"
Carl Rogers’s Quiet Revolution Therapy for the Saints
Does "empathy" equal Christian love?
Where God Hides His Glory
It is the glory of God to conceeal his treasures in embarrassment.
Three Women out of Four
How the church can meet the needs of its widows
The Harpooner’s Calm
The metaphors that Jesus used for the life of discipleship are images of the small and the quiet.
How We See Ourselves
We must base self-image on God's love, not on our own good looks.
The Pioneers at Fifty
A time to celebrate and ask crucial questions.
“Geared to the Times, but Anchored to the Rock”
How contemporary techniques and exuberant nationalism helped create an evangelical resurgence.
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