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November 14 , 1994
Volume 38, Number 13
November 14
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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
The best way for the movement to retain its credibility is to deliver on its racial-reconciliation pledge.
Fans of the traditional family should not be intimidated by bad statistics.
Gordon Aeschliman in Cairo
The outrageously fruitful ministry of my father.
After a year of debate and division, a Presbyterian theologian explores what went wrong at last year's controversial Re-Imagining conference.
Seeking a biblical understanding of holy wisdom
The twenty-first century calls for us to give up our nineteenth-century models for worldwide ministry.
Recapturing our motivation for missions.
Will Christians reclaim the high ground in a battle to fight America's 'recreational pastime'?
After decades of dramatic growth worldwide, international missionary shortwave radio is facing the prospect of downsizing due to rising costs and shifting mission priorities.
The new Jesus seminar discounts the Virgin birth
Huge challenges remain despite the return of Aristide.
hanksgiving special will test America's appetite for quality family fare.
Also in this Issue:
  • Bifocal Friendly
  • Gambling: Against All Odds
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Natural Born Sinners
  • Speaking out: Don’t Mimic Modern Universities
  • Reaching the ‘Happy Pagans’
  • Will Promise Keepers Keep Their Promises?
  • The Gift of Brokenness
  • Earthquake in the Mainline
  • In the Name of Sophia
  • Missions New World Order
  • Why Wego
  • Classic & Contemporary Excerpts from November 14, 1994
  • News from the North American Scene: November 14, 1994
  • Higher Education: King’s College Ordered Closed at Semester’s End
  • Charities: Christian Children’s Fund Practices Questioned
  • Culture Watch: America Becoming Fertile Mission Field for Buddhism
  • Public School Students Get Religion—Legally
  • Christy’s Second Chance
  • Prayer Movements: Is a Global Great Awakening Just around the Corner?
  • World Scene: November 14, 1994
  • Bulgaria: A Short Season of Religious Freedom May Be Ending
  • Missionary Radio Tunes to Changing Times
  • Medical Outreach Effort Falters
  • Away with the Manger
  • Christians Seek Help of Churches Worldwide
  • Southern Discomfort
  • Art in the Soup Kitchen
  • Why Catholics Are Our Allies
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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