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October 5 1998, 1998
Volume 42, Number 11
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The Prodigal Who Didn’t Come Home
Why the President's "apology" misfired
Jerusalem as Jesus Views It
The Muslim Challenge
Satan with a Stethoscope
Novels you don't want to read before surgery.
Putting Death in Your Daytimer
Reading as memento mori.
Finishing Well
After achieving success, early retirees are finding significance in second-career mission assignments.
Me? Apologize for Slavery?
I may not have owned slaves, but I've benefited from their having been used.
Bringing Up Babies
It takes a church to raise the McCaugheys' septuplets.
The Good HMO
First Resort founder Shari Plunkett wondered how to reach unhappily pregnant women. Answer: Work with HMOs.
Is Hell Forever?
Annihilationists anticipate one ultimate destiny for the wicked, an undifferentiated nonexistence.
Theology for the Rest of Us
The church needs to recover doctrine from its academic captivity.
Evangelicals Are Not an Interest Group
Our message is not, We put you in office, now pay up; but rather, This should be done because it is right.