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December 12 1994, 1994
Volume 38, Number 14
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Pundits with pebbles wander far from the historic gospel.
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Religious Schools Fear Accreditation Changes
Are religious exemptions for accreditation about to become history?
Pentecostals Renounce Racism
Memphis gathering begins mending historic rift.
Graham Preaches Reconciliation in Atlanta
Atlantans, black and white, strive for racial understanding.
Should Expectant Mothers Be Tested for HIV?
Experts debate how to reduce AIDS in newborns.
The Lost Sex Study
If we make a god of sexuality, that god will fail in ways that affect the whole person and perhaps the whole society.