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April 27 , 1998
Volume 42, Number 5
April 27
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Table of Contents 1998
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
No, despite what a biased film at the tax-supported Holocaust Museum implies.
Once-abused children demand accountability.
Departing leader calls for better use of resources.
Millions lost in double-your-money scam.
Bagfuls of books on this subject showed me I wasn't struggling alone.
Regina Schwartz argues that the way to peace is by killing off monotheism.
Two feminist scholars write about women you'll recognize.
Why radical feminists can't hear the good words John Paul II has for women.
The rewards of N. T. Wright's historical recovery of Jesus are great—but he raises more questions than he answers.
And what they lost in the process.
Nobody made a larger impact on the movement to end slavery.
It was truly like a contemporary Golgotha many times over.
If Americans truly understood what adultery does—that it leads to the disintegration of the human being—they would not dismiss it so lightly.
Pastor Acquitted in Ceremony Trial
Is Holocaust Museum Anti Christian?
Courts Divided on Scouting
Federal Judges Block Restrictions
Crowds Exceed Palau's Expectations
Christians Help Reform Constitution
Evangelical Mission Torched by Mob
Court Upholds Right to Evangelize
How journalist Cynthia Gorney has helped both sides of the abortion debate to view the other side honestly.
Can anything good come from Nazareth? Watts? Orange County? Doubleday?
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
In the ministry’s first major innovation in seven decades, the children now do the choosing.