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February 3 , 1989
Volume 33, Number 2
February 3
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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:
  • Abortion Clinic Obsolescence
  • Beyond the Maintenance Mentality: Seminaries Need to Rethink Their Commitment to the Great Commission
  • Canada’s Youth Are Big on God and the Family
  • Child Care Bills Confront New Congress
  • Off-the-Air Silence
  • Seminary Given until December to Correct Hiring Policy
  • Surviving the Slumps
  • The “Good Book” Gets a Bad Rap in School
  • Two American Missionaries Are Abducted in Colombia
  • Will Emperor’s Death Bring Shinto Revival?
  • Letters
  • Militant against Mediocrity
  • FILLER TITLE
  • When Mercy Hurts: Receiving God’s Grace Means Facing the Truth about Ourselves
  • Habits of the Hearth: Community, Family, Religion, and Country according to Sociologist Robert Bellah
  • The Fear of Insignificance: Who Will Remember Me One Hundred Years from Now?
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from February 03, 1989
  • Marketing: Will Cable Operators Unplug Christian TV?
  • James Dobson Sued by Former Employees
  • Promises to Keep
  • AD 2000: Eleven Years to Reach the World
  • Interview: One of Our Own: One Man’s Struggle with AIDS
  • FILLER TITLE
  • Modern Art’s First Wild Man
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Can We Finally Break the Silence Around Tamar?
Can We Finally Break the Silence Around Tamar?
Telling the uncomfortable story of “desolate” Tamar positions us to show a kind of compassion King David didn’t.
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