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January 12 1998, 1998
Volume 42, Number 1
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Cuba's Next Revolution
How Christians are reshaping Castro's Communist stronghold.

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The state's voter-approved suicide law represents more than an extreme belief in personal autonomy.
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Wanted: A New Pro-life Strategy
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Roe v. McCorvey
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The Only Way
Answering the argument that all religions are more or less true.
Vishal Mangalwadi
Christian intellectual Vishal Mangalwadi explains why India's experiment in democracy has failed.
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Swift Growth Shapes Potter's House
Top Religion Stories of 1997
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The Apostle Shows Grit, Grace
The Apostle Shows Grit, Grace
Suit Challenges Religion Classes Credit
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Vineyard: Vineyard Founder Wimber Dies
Todd Hunter seen as possible successor.
Born-again Christians Lead Norway
Born-again Christians Lead Norway
Pottery Shard Points to Temple
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Evangelicals, Catholics Issue Salvation Accord
China’s Leaders Critical of ’Clandestine’ Missions
Madison Avenue’s Spiritual Chic
The typical television commercial is "a morality play for our time."
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