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October 25 , 1999
Volume 43, Number 12
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Table of Contents 1999
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
In offering their confessional book, Cal Thomas and Ed Dobson have made an important contribution to the ongoing discussion about Christians and politics ["Is the Religious Right Finished?" Sept. 6].
Freeze on redemptions leaves pensioners in a pinch.
Bestseller Left Behind is slated for the big screen
Evangelism without discipleship dispenses cheap grace.
Revelation says more about church life today than about how the world will end.
Letters Jesus might write to churches today.
Do you think that this is what I had in mind when I said, "Follow me," and then headed for Golgotha in Jerusalem?
To the Pentecostal and Charismatic Churches of North America:
To the Church Called Mainline:
To the Inner-City Pastor and Church:
To the Rural Church:
To the Church Which Seeks Seekers:
To the Church That Endures Persecution:
Don't waste your time doing what Jesus said can't be done.
At UCLA, amid war protests and police helicopters, teachings on an imminent end made a lot of sense.
Some events described in Revelation occurred contemporaneously with the prophecies themselves.
How antihomosexual crusader Fred Phelps discredits the church
The view of time that the round clock suggests is only a polite fiction. In reality, time is running out.
The folk art of Edward Hicks.
In most ways important to God, I had failed miserably.
A review of end-times books with only a wee, little bit of Y2K hype thrown in.
Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to Thank
Female Evangelical Leaders Have a Hidden Predecessor to Thank
Kathryn Kuhlman’s story offers a case study of the indisputable achievements of strong evangelical women and the equally indisputable roadblocks they often face.
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