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October 27 , 1997
Volume 41, Number 12
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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
MAF Pilots Killed in Mountain Crash
Jewish Scientists Enter Debate
Baptist Library Burglarized, Set Afire
The divide over gender-inclusive Bibles hides what unites us.
While Scripture comes in many flavors today, we can still trust these translations to give us God's Word.
Two competing Bibles for women highlight the human component of Bible translation and interpretation.
"Getting free of the subtle idolatry of ""wellness."""
Lawmakers are no longer waiting on federal bill.
But criminal investigations are still under way.
Workers in racial and ethnic reconciliation, meeting in September, compared notes and exchanged ideas on ways to surmount prejudice, bias, and discrimination.
"How could Satan possibly allow it?"
Wycliffe missionaries Gene and Marie Scott gave nearly 40 years of their lives translating the New Testament for a small tribe in the jungles of Peru. Was it worth it?
Wycliffe missionaries Gene and Marie Scott gave nearly 40 years of their lives translating the New Testament for a small tribe in the jungles of Peru. Was it worth it?
Wycliffe missionaries Gene and Marie Scott gave nearly 40 years of their lives translating the New Testament for a small tribe in the jungles of Peru. Was it worth it?
He Said, They Said
He Said, They Said
He Said, They Said
He Said, They Said
How could a little-known Christian business executive defraud charities of $354 million while claiming to do God's work?
How could a little-known Christian business executive defraud charities of $354 million while claiming to do God's work?
GOP Leaders Back Wolf-Specter Bill
Rich Mullins Killed in Crash
Tiller Invites Lawmakers to Facility
Regent Names New President
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Screens Are Changing the Way We Read Scripture
Screens Are Changing the Way We Read Scripture
As digital reading habits rewire our brains, how will we process the Bible differently?
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