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January 10 , 1994
Volume 38, Number 1
January 10
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Table of Contents 1994
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
Christians must help bridge the growing gap between biotechnology and bioethics.
A world-famous surgeon’s appreciation for the gift nobody wants.
Also in this Issue:
  • African Americans: Churches Wary of Inner-City Islamic Inroads
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Racial Healing in the Land of Lynching
  • The Manuscript in the Closet
  • Speaking out: Free Jim Bakker Now
  • Meeting Suburbia’s Hidden Needs
  • Stealing God's Stuff
  • Getting Serious about Lustin in an Age of Smirks
  • Will There Be Baseball in Heaven?
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from January 10, 1994
  • Faculty Complaint Clouds Regent Law Acccreditation
  • News from the North American Scene: January 10, 1994
  • Episcopal Church: Homosexual Ordinations Cause Parish to Leave
  • Free Albania Rejects Deep Atheistic Past
  • Chicago Declaration: Evangelicals Urge Social Renewal
  • Cuba: Castro’s Island Domain Sees Christian Renewal
  • Scholars Scrutinize Popular Dake’s Bible
  • Orthodox Church: Leaders Ending 1,500 Years of Official Schism
  • World Scene: January 10, 1994
  • Congress Restricts Dissent Tactics of Pro-life Activists
  • Books
  • Art Attack in Cobb County
Baptists and Catholics Helped Save Thousands of Florida Marriages
How Baptists and Catholics Together Helped Save Thousands of Florida Marriages
A faith-based marriage campaign in Jacksonville appears to have driven divorce rates down. Can the model be replicated?
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