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August 10 1998, 1998
Volume 42, Number 9
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Trained to Kill
A military expert on the psychology of killing explains how today's media condition kids to pull the trigger.

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Religious Schools Make the Grade
Give Wisconsin an A for saying no to secularist nonsense.
In Search of the Lost Churches of Paul
Turkey is inviting Christians to discover its biblical legacy.
Pray the Lord My Mind to Keep
Can Foster Care Be Fixed?
Churches partner with parents to care for at-risk children.
Empty Nesters Undertake Second Parenthood
The Perils of Left and Right
Evangelical theology is much bigger and richer than our two-party labels.
The Politics of Patience
Retiring senator Dan Coats explains why Christians aren't getting their way in Washington.
Did Paul Baptize for the Dead?
The most plausible interpretation is that some in Corinth were getting baptized vicariously for the dead.
You Are Who You Eat With
A kosher keeper teaches us about the religious meaning of food.
There’s More to Church than Proclamation
Wolfhart Pannenberg's sacramental theology.
Romero Outside the Box
The archbishop's homilies reveal a heroic biblical witness rather than the poster boy of liberation theology.
The Devil in the DNA
The strategy of evolutionary psychology is to debunk traditional morality by reducing it to genetic self-interest.
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