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February 9 , 1998
Volume 42, Number 2
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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
Was Abraham Lincoln a Christian? A look at the evidence.
The sacrifice of Calvary was not a part payment; it was a complete and perfect payment.
The use and abuse of Christianity in the civil-rights struggle.
But success brings intense scrutiny for Pensacola Pentecostal church.
Groups back away from Preparation for Parenting.
When Jesus prayed to the one who could save him from death, he did not get that salvation; he got instead the salvation of the world.
Restoring human dignity to the victims of apartheid.
If reconcilication can happen in South Africa, it can happen elsewhere.
Strict Antimissionary Bill Retooled
Plans Under Way for Next Day of Prayer
New Leaders Emerging After Civil War
Assemblies of God Church Attacked
NAE President Argue Takes New Post
Split Nearing for Texas Convention
Gender Revisions Completed on NIrV
Tin Drum Oklahoma Clash Marches On
Russian Baptists blend Orthodox culture with evangelical outreach.
Crime doesn't pay, but prison labor can benefit everyone.
South Africa's Christian experiment for finding healing from its violent past.
New Life Clinics' Steve Arterburn talks about why we are reluctant to be transparent about our problems.
A British course for non-Christians aims to transform North American evangelistic outreach.
Roger Olson argues that a division between traditionalists and reformists threatens to end our theological consensus.
For me, theology is like a rich feast, with many dishes to enjoy and delicacies to taste.
If there is no immune system to resist heresy, there will soon be nothing but the teeming infestation of heresy.
Theologians are not freelance scholars of religion, but trustees of the deposit of faith.
When Howard Jones broke the race barrier on Billy Graham's platform, he faced rejection from both sides.
Staying angry protects us from getting hurt again, but at what price?
Publishers are not forcing shallow books on an unwilling community.
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