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March 11 , 1991
Volume 35, Number 3
March 11
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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:
  • Varieties of Religious Experience
  • Beware the Whoopee Cushion
  • Letters/Eutychus: March 11, 1991
  • Hugh Ross’s Apologetics Hot Line
  • Our Turn in Babylon
  • If Only Wesley Were Here
  • Risen in Deed
  • Shame Crucified
  • The New Denominations
  • The Wesleys’ New Denomination
  • In Search of the Visible Church
  • Believer’s Apprentice
  • Badfellas
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from March 11, 1991
  • Special Books Section: March 11, 1991
  • Fresh Breezes in Confessional Enclaves
  • Book Briefs: March 11, 1991
  • The Wages of War
  • Christians in the Middle East: A Crossfire of Loyalties
  • End Times: Prophecy Books Become Big Sellers
  • NRB: Religious Broadcasters Hear Bush Defend Gulf Action
  • Prolife Update: Utah Passes Restrictions; Group Says RU 486 Not Welcome
  • News from the North American Scene: March 11, 1991
  • U.S. Center for World Mission: Board Resigns over Management Dispute
  • Raged G, and Proud of It
  • Review: Preaching Pete’s American Dream
  • ‘Wait and See’ Follows Election and Failed Coup
  • Romania: Reforms Stalled by Splits
  • World Scene: March 11, 1991
  • Ministry and Money: Youth for Christ/USA Faces Cash Crunch
  • The Death of a Red and the Birth of a Soul
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