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November 20 1987, 1987
Volume 31, Number 17
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The Road to Restoration
How should the church treat its fallen leaders?

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Embarassed Physicians
Modern medicine does not know what to do when a cure is impossible
The Private Lives of Public Leaders
Believers once stood watch with each other. Now they have learned to wink at questionable ethical choices.
Going First Class on the Titanic
Campus ministers report on hedonism—Christian and otherwise.
More Ferment among Southern Baptists
Two seminary officials tender their resignations, and the Washington office is put on notice.
Trying to Tighten the Belt of Financial Accountability
How effective are the efforts of Christian self-regulatory groups?
Addressing Family Issues
As the 1988 presidential election approaches, the family is becoming a bipartisan concern.