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January 17 , 1986
Volume 30, Number 1
January 17
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Table of Contents
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:
  • Editor's Note: January 17, 1986
  • Eutychus and His Kin: January 17, 1986
  • What Has Happened to Our Global Vision?
  • A Look Back to the Future
  • The Battle for Shalom
  • "Good Pagans" and God's Kingdom
  • The Blessings of Mental Anguish
  • Called to Be Saints—Not Well-Adjusted Sinners
  • Heresies of Holiness
  • A Year of Major Tests for Evangelical Relief Agencies
  • Why Is Pat Robertson Considering a Race for the Oval Office?
  • Magazine Says Tim LaHaye Received Help from Unification Church
  • A New Bible Dictionary Finds a Receptive Audience
  • Focus on the Family Starts an Organization in Canada
  • Hispanic Christians in the United States
  • Football Teams Declare ‘Gospel Banners’ out of Bounds
  • A New Study Says Religion Is Being Excluded from Public School Textbooks
  • What Can Government Do to Prevent Teen Pregnancy?
  • Unlikely Allies in a Common War
  • Seeking the Lost
  • Into the next Century: Trends Facing the Church
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from January 17, 1986
  • How to Close the Back Door
  • Terrorism’s “Catch-22”
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