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May 27 , 1991
Volume 35, Number 6
May 27
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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
With prayer and self-discipline, Ben Carson overcame poverty to become America’s leading pediatric neurosurgeon.
Also in this Issue:
  • The Wages of Sin and the Gift of God
  • Letters/Eutychus: May 27, 1991
  • Fiddling on the Brink of Hell
  • It's Not Okay to Abuse Prolifers
  • Eros Deified
  • The Education of Matthew Wangerin
  • Teach Us to Play, Lord
  • Two Fallacies about Leisure
  • Heaven & Hell: Who Will Go Where and Why
  • The Eternal Weight of Glory
  • The Dreadful Harvest
  • Afraid of Heaven
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from May 27, 1991
  • Christians in Conflict: Out-of-Court Options
  • Family Leave Policy Stirs Profamily Feud
  • Plan Raises Church-State Issues
  • Human-Rights Violations Documented and Protested
  • World Scene: May 27, 1991
  • New Poll Offers Big Picture of Religion in America
  • Millard Fuller: Founder Resigns from Habitat for Humanity
  • Albania Awakens from Atheism
  • Iraq: Kurds Stymie Relief Plans
  • Southern Baptist Seminary: Trustees Okay Compromise
  • News from the North American Scene: May 27, 1991
  • Higher Education: Seminaries Buck Tuition Trend
  • Missions Theology: ‘Third World’ Theologians Meet
  • Cardinals Urge Respect for Life, Defense against Defections
  • Campus Ministries Respond to Racism
  • Book Briefs: May 27, 1991
  • Peaceniks and Prophecy Mongers
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Can We Finally Break the Silence Around Tamar?
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Telling the uncomfortable story of “desolate” Tamar positions us to show a kind of compassion King David didn’t.
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