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March 6 1987, 1987
Volume 31, Number 4
March 6
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The Boesky Touch
When business is no longer conducted under public scrutiny, honesty lacks the protection of human contact.
Life-Defying Acts
Do modern medical technologies sustain life or merely prolong dying?
The End Is Not the End
C. Everett Koop on death and dying.
Till Death Do Us Part
The widow of the late apologist Francis Schaeffer recounts his final days.
The Inevitability of Death
Why do we have so much trouble letting go?
Reading the Bible like a Book
Literary methods help us avoid treating the Bible as if it were written yesterday.
Sin
Our society avoids the word. But so do many ordinary Christians.
What Is the Future for Surrogate Motherhood?
Once again, technology has raised difficult questions.
Houston Facility Wages a War against AIDS
Front-line compassion: a Christian initiates the world’s largest AIDS research/treatment facility.
Christian Book Publishers Face Leaner Times
Slow book sales have forced some of the largest publishers to make major moves.
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