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October 3 , 1994
Volume 38, Number 11
October 3
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Table of Contents
Welcome to the CT Archives! This is 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
Electric Fellowship
Courts should keep creditors' hands out of the collection plate.
Experiments in Spiritual living in a secular world.
(Some population experts predict apocalyptic scenarios. Others argue that human ingenuity can meet the challenge. Deciding who is right has as much to do with faith as with facts.
(Some population experts predict apocalyptic scenarios. Others argue that human ingenuity can meet the challenge. Deciding who is right has as much to do with faith as with facts.
High Stakes for the Religious Right Conservative activists see more than seats up grabs in the November election.
Rabbi Hopes to Quell Political Tensions
The Definitive Showdown
Declining numbers threaten the 'forgotten faithful of the Holy Land.'
An ambitious program intended to enhance scholarship in the area of public policy from a Christian perspective is now in full swing.
Also in this Issue:
  • Anniversary: YFC Celebrates Golden Year
  • Are People? The Problem? The Bet
  • Inside CT: Electronic Fellowship
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Politics: High Stakes for the Religious Right
  • What Henri Nouwen Found at Daybreak
  • Wise Christians Clip Obituaries
  • Conversations: Why John Grisham Teaches Sunday School
  • Editorials
  • Special Books Section
  • India a Success Story
  • Thus Saith the Lord
  • Reflections
  • Israel: Palestinian Christians Face Uncertain Fate
  • North American Scene
  • Triennial Convention: Episcopalians Tone down Sexuality Statement
  • World Scene
  • Church Growth: Denominations Urged to Turn Focus ‘Outward’
  • Casey Strikes Out
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I Was a Comedian First and an Atheist Second
I Was a Comedian First and an Atheist Second
Until God showed me that there’s more to life than making people laugh.
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