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December 15 , 1989
Volume 33, Number 18
December 15
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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:
  • 1989: A Year of Turning Points
  • Bethlehem on a Budget: Planning a Church Budget and the Christmas Story Share Surprising Similarities
  • How Prolife Protest Has Backfired
  • In Other Words …
  • Palestinian Christians Join Intifada Tax Protest
  • Letters
  • We Ask for Poor Sermons
  • Playing the Oxymoron Game
  • Epitaph for the Eighties
  • Under the Eye of the Big Red Machine: Open-Air Mass Evangelism Is Still Illegal in the Soviet Union, Which Made It All the More Interesting to Tag along with Luis Palau
  • In Solitary Cells on Winter Nights: A Conversation with Human-Rights Activist and Poet Irina Ratushinskaya and Her Husband, Igor, on the Lessons Learned in the Soviet Gulag
  • Hallelujah!
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from December 15, 1989
  • Whatever Happened to the Religious Right?
  • Awareness Week: Pornography Foes Urge Renewed Awareness
  • Dialogue: Presbyterians Consider Four Views on Abortion
  • Evolution/Creation: Educators Adopt Evolution as ‘Theory’
  • Holy Smoke! The Darkness Is Back
  • Brushed-Aside Artists Have Their Day
  • Interview: Wilderness Reclamation
Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to Thank
Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to Thank
Kathryn Kuhlman’s story offers a case study of the indisputable achievements of strong evangelical women and the equally indisputable roadblocks they often face.