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April 21 , 1989
Volume 33, Number 7
April 21
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Table of Contents 1989
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:
  • An Elusive Peace
  • Last Temptation Boycott Gets Mixed Reviews
  • Listening to the Homeless
  • Refugees Find Little Refuge in U.S.
  • Sound Bites from Never-Never Land
  • Unravelling the Mystery of Weakness and Strength: The Answer Lies in the Paradox of the Cross
  • Voodoo Sect Members Attack Missionaries
  • What I Was Doing at the Hospital: A Minister Explains Spiritual Healing to a Skeptical Physician
  • Letters
  • Visions, Voices, and Choices
  • Teaching as Though Life Hangs in the Balance
  • Bad-news Bearers
  • Home, Street Home: Today’s Homeless Are a Lot like Us, and Urban Missions Are Adapting to a New Range of Needy People
  • The Prolife Credibility Gap: A Consistent Commitment to the Lives They Save Could Earn Antiabortion Activists More Support from Black Christians
  • The Other Half of the Gospel?: Few Issues Generate as Much Discussion—And Disagreement—As the Role of Miracles in Today’s Church
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from April 21, 1989
  • Christians and Culture: The Theonomic Urge
  • Leaders Disagree on Future of the Church
  • Doctrine: Lcms Pastor Could Face Heresy Charges
  • Central America: Evangelicals May Become a Majority in Guatemala
  • Ethics: Watergate Figure Preaches Honesty
  • A Victim of Inerrancy?
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Preemptive Love’s Jeremy Courtney says despite the Turkey deal, “This crisis shows no sign of letting up, and we can’t either.”