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March 4 , 1988
Volume 32, Number 4
March 4
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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:
  • “Polling” Our Readers
  • An Antidote to Christian Bashing
  • Letters
  • What Happened in 586 B.C.?
  • The Press Is Missing the Scoop of the Century
  • Light In the New Dark Ages
  • Call Them Unelectable
  • Race and the Church: A Progress Report
  • The Gospel in Black & White
  • Fudge Ripple at the Rock
  • The Perfect Family
  • Private Sins, Public Office
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from March 04, 1988
  • Candidates Court Religious Broadcasters
  • Woman at the Helm: A Christian College Pioneer
  • Augsburger to Head Coalition
  • Freshmen Values Challenge Educators
  • Poll Says Religion Belongs in Public Life
  • Bill May Not Force Schools to Help Fund Abortions
  • Court Ruling Bars Bible Club from School
  • Salvadorian Christians: Forging a Response
  • Producer Tries to Dim Fears over Movie
  • Couple Says the Church Can Feed the World
  • Scholars View Gospel through Cultural Lens
  • Quebec Protestants Take Stock of Recent Progress
  • ORU Says Scholarship Plan Too Costly
  • North American Scene from March 4, 1988
  • World Scene from March 4, 1988
  • Sad Song Backers Decide to Stay Small
  • Book Briefs: March 4, 1988
  • The Two Lives of James Correnti
  • "The Trite Made Flesh"
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