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February 8 , 1993
Volume 37, Number 2
February 8
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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:
  • Abstinence: The Radical Choice for Sex Ed
  • Hinduism Gains a Foothold in America
  • If Not Condoms, What Then?
  • Letters
  • Teaching Mark’s Gospel to Muslims
  • Speaking out: Let’s Stop Childless Abuse
  • Shut up or Leave the Game
  • FILLER TITLE
  • I Was Wrong about Christian Schools
  • Did Daniel See Mussolini?
  • John Stott Speaks Out
  • Fear of Forgiving
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from February 08, 1993
  • Cult Awareness Network: Scientologists Sue Critics
  • News from the North American Scene: February 08, 1993
  • Indictments: Open Bible Churches Lose Funds in Alleged Scam
  • Alabama’s Baptist Governor Indicted
  • World Scene: February 08, 1993
  • Germany: Churches Search for Ways to Reach Neo-Nazi Teens
  • Southern Baptists: Baptists Pressure Clinton on Social Policy Agenda
  • Higher Education: Christian Colleges Settle with Ousted Professors
  • In the Camps …
  • Ousted Radio Pastor to Join Calvary Chapel Staff
  • IVCF Atlanta ’92: African Americans Urged to Help the Poor
  • FILLER TITLE
  • Don’t Wait for the next Reagan Era
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