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January 13 , 1989
Volume 33, Number 1
January 13
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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:
  • “Signs and Wonders” Back in School?
  • Dachau—And a Pastoral Call
  • Forecast: Issues for 1989
  • Inside CT: More than Just “The Facts”
  • Nurturing Faith in the Nation’s Capital: Four Bible Passages Helped One Government Official Resist the World’s Squeeze
  • Tragedy: Christians Send Aid to Armenian Quake Victims
  • Letters
  • From the Senior Editors: Being 50 Is Okay
  • Church in Action: Aliquippa’s Star Attraction
  • Editorials
  • God and Man in Buffalo: Humanists Snicker at Religion, While across Town a Thousand Come to Christ
  • Is the Single Life without Sex at Best like a Blind Person Making Do?: Beyond the Stiff Upper Lip
  • Confronting the New Age: We Ought to Shed a Little instead of Simply Cursing the Darkness
  • Reflections: Classic and Contemporary Excerpts
  • Update: Abortion Foes Target Clinics and Doctors
  • National Elections: Contest in Canada
  • Ecumenism: The National Council of Churches in Crisis
  • Interview: An Evangelical at the WCC
  • Supreme Court: Father’s Rights Case Declined by High Court
  • War and Peace: What Are the Rules for Revolution?
  • Middle East: Whither Israel?
  • Interview: The PLO: Terrorists or Freedom Fighters?
  • Books
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Making America Hospitable for Religious Outsiders
Making America Hospitable for Religious Outsiders
Muslims (and other minorities) shouldn’t have to elevate national ideals above faith commitments before gaining a seat at the table of citizenship.
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